“Natural” | 500gram


500-gram Ceremonial Cacao – Maya Mountain Belize.
𓇬 Criollo | “Heirloom”
𓇬 Organic | Sustainable | Ethnical
𓇬 Hand-sorted | Sundried

Ancient sacred Superfood – “Gift of the Gods”  

Energetic profile:  High vibrational, Intense, Energizing, Heart-Opening

This 500-gram block can be cut to create your own dosage for your Daily Cacao Ritual. Thank you for being on this cacao journey.


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100% CACAO

Our Ceremonial Grade Cacao is sourced from around 400 different indigenous Maya family farmers in southern Belize. These family farmers are from two different Maya nations: Mopan and Q’eqchi. With love and deep respect, the cacao is shared in the community and offered in many of their ceremonies to the energies of creation.

Upon arriving in the Netherlands, these special beans are lovingly blended & packaged by our social working team. Here, people who might not meet society’s usual work expectations (because of physical or mental disabilities) come together to share their skills and be part of something amazing! This partnership reinforces our dedication to using social and ethical practices across our entire supply chain.

A true sustainable ethical premium Ceremonial Cacao block, to be shared with your own community,- passing on the love from Bean to Cup

100% Ceremonial Cacao

1 bag contains 500 gram.

  • 10-20 grams = Regular drinking serving
  • 20-30 grams = Meditative drinking serving
  • 30-50 grams = Ceremonial drinking serving

Add warm liquid of choice: Water (Plant) Milk, or herbal tea. [Do not boil the liquid or you will lose most of the magic]

Then set an intention as you blend / whisk the cacao magic.

Feel free to add any other sweeteners / herbs / spices of your choice.

Cacao is always best when consumed straight after opening and when shared with loved ones. Otherwise, you best off storing it in a cool and dry place far far away from any other cacao lover 😉 

Important to note to keep your cacao away from moisture so you can prolong the shelf life to two years or even longer!

Additionally, ceremonial cacao, being a natural product without the preservatives often found in commercial chocolate, may be more susceptible to changes in texture over time as its a very sensitive for moist and temperature change! However if your cacao is melted it is still oke to use and still contains all its properties.


Ceremonial cacao is packed with essential vitamins and minerals such as magnesium, iron, calcium, and antioxidants. These nutrients support overall health, including bone health, cardiovascular function, and immune support.

Cacao contains compounds like theobromine, anandamide, and phenylethylamine, which can improve mood, promote feelings of well-being, and enhance mental clarity. These compounds stimulate the release of endorphins and serotonin, often referred to as “feel-good” hormones.

Theobromine, a stimulant found in cacao, provides a gentle and sustained energy boost without the jittery side effects associated with caffeine. This can enhance concentration and focus, making it an excellent choice for mindful activities and meditation.

Rich in flavonoids, ceremonial cacao can improve blood flow, lower blood pressure, and reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases. These antioxidants help protect cells from damage and support overall heart health.

Cacao contains dietary fiber, which aids digestion and promotes a healthy gut. The prebiotic properties of cacao can also support the growth of beneficial gut bacteria.

The flavonoids in cacao have been shown to improve brain function, enhance memory, and support cognitive performance. This makes ceremonial cacao beneficial for mental clarity and focus.

The antioxidants in cacao have anti-inflammatory effects, which can help reduce inflammation in the body and support overall health and well-being.

Emotional Connection: Ceremonial cacao is believed to open the heart chakra, fostering emotional connection with oneself and others. This can enhance feelings of empathy, compassion, and love.

Healing: It can facilitate emotional release and healing, helping individuals process and let go of past traumas or negative emotions.

The preparation and consumption of ceremonial cacao can be a deeply enriching sensory experience. The rich taste, aroma, and texture can enhance the enjoyment and mindfulness of the moment.

Deeper Meditation: The gentle stimulating effects of theobromine can enhance focus and presence during meditation, making it easier to achieve a deep meditative state.

Mindfulness: Consuming ceremonial cacao in a ritualistic setting encourages mindfulness, promoting a deeper awareness of the present moment

Intuition: Many people find that ceremonial cacao enhances their intuition and inner guidance, making it easier to access spiritual insights and wisdom.

Clarity: It can clear mental fog, providing clarity and perspective on personal and spiritual matters.

Chakra Alignment: Ceremonial cacao is believed to balance and align the body’s energy centers, particularly the heart chakra, promoting overall energetic harmony.

Spiritual Grounding: It can help ground individuals spiritually, providing a stable foundation for personal growth and transformation.

Community Connection: Ceremonial cacao is often shared in group settings, enhancing the sense of community and spiritual bonding among participants.

Earth Connection: Cacao is a plant medicine that helps individuals feel more connected to the earth and nature, fostering a sense of unity with the natural world.

Ancestral Link: Using cacao in ceremonies can connect individuals to ancient traditions and the wisdom of their ancestors, honoring the heritage and spiritual practices of indigenous cultures.

*See our full disclaimer


Cacao is considered a sacred plant in the ancient Maya lands. The indigenous Maya people  have been using Cacao for thousands as a plant medicine for the physical, mental and spiritual body. Still up today its amazing health and spiritual benefits are being honoured worldwide.

Our Ceremonial Grade Cacao is sourced from around 400 different indigenous Maya family farmers in southern Belize. These family farmers are from two different Maya nations: Mopan and Q’eqchi, located in the region known as the Maya Mountains, which is the least developed and most rural region of Belize. The traditions and knowledge of their sacred farming practices, kept for thousands of years by the indigenous Maya, have been passed down from generation to generation. With this awareness, love, and deep respect, the cacao is shared in the community and offered in many of their ceremonies to the energies of creation.


Criollo cacao is an heirloom variety, often referred to as the “Queen of Cacao” and only makes up around 5% of the world’s cacao production. Heirloom cacao beans are truly the diamonds of the cacao tree, producing the finest and best of the best of the world’s cacao. For cacao to be designated Heirloom they have to be endowed with a combination of historic, cultural, botanical, geographical and flavour value.In 2015 Maya Mountain cacao was designated Heirloom Cacao by the Heirloom Preservation Project (HCP) for a set of farms in the villages of San Antonio, Santa Elena, and Pueblo Viejo, in the Toledo District of Belize. It also has the distinction of being one of the top 20 cacao’s in the world!

Maya cacao beans

To protect not only this rare type of cacao (that’s being threatened by big cacao cooperations), but also the life of the indigenous Maya families, and to support organic and sustainable cacao; A high price is being paid for these special cacao beans.

Extra informatie

Weight 5.00 g
Dimensions 28.5 × 17 × 3 cm

Maya Mountain,- Belize, Lachua,- Guatemala


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