FIND YOUR PERFECT BAR
NEW SUBSCRIPTION FLAVOR
You deserve chocolate every month, and our subscription is the best way to give you it! We send you a different small-batch, limited edition flavor every month + 2 others from our collection. Popular small-batch flavors from previous months include; Cookies & Cream, Mandarin Zest, Peanut Butter Pretzel, Maple Pecan and Chai Latte Crunch.
Become a member of Mānoa Monthly to receive three bars per month for just $25.
This month's limited edition flavor is Hazelnut Cream: a 60% dark milk chocolate infused with whole roasted hazelnuts.
NEW LIMITED EDITION HAZELNUT PRODUCTS
September is Hazelnut season and we wanted to be a part of it. We can't believe it took us this long to partake in the famous chocolate-hazelnut love affair. We hope you enjoy these limited edition products! Once they're gone they're gone for good.
Included in this set:
- Chocolate Hazelnut Spread
- Chocolate Covered Hazelnuts
Want the Hazelnut Cream chocolate bar too? Subscribe to Mānoa Monthly here.
GIFTING MADE EASY.
Taste the terroir! Single origin cacao grown in our beautiful Hawaiian Islands and crafted into 2-ingredient dark chocolate (just cacao & organic cane sugar). When you taste these Hawaiian grown bars you are tasting the fruition of our core mission and values.
This set is a celebration of classic Hawaii flavors married with the finest cacao, providing a one-of-a-kind taste experience. Each flavor tells a story of our history and connects our taste buds to the paradise that is home.
Visit our Chocolate Factory and Tasting Room in Kailua, O'ahu. Watch our chocolate makers at work, learn from our chocolate sommeliers, and taste chocolate.
Take a tour! This experience is much like touring a microbrewery/winery. Participants taste fresh cacao fruit when in season, learn about the bean-to-bar manufacturing process, taste our collection with our team of Chocolate Sommeliers, and enjoy a chocolate tea service. Visitors will come away with a great appreciation for the growing craft chocolate movement as well as Hawaii's emerging cacao and chocolate industry.