Another Video from the Brooklyn Chocolate Factory


(Vimeo Direktchocolate, via Stylespion)

The Scout macht schöne Videos über Handwerkskunst. Die ersten beiden waren nett, das neue ist eins aus der Brooklyn Chocolate Factory der Mast Brothers, die ich hier bereits mehrfach erwähnt hatte. (Und der Text zum Video ist ein schönes Beispiel für aufgehübschtes Geschwafel, in dem erst am Ende steht, worum es eigentlich geht: Handgemachte Schokolade.)

The life of a mariner is one given over to wanderlust—the quest for adventure, crossing unseen horizons to secure precious goods—only to bring them back to their home port. This same love of adventure and curiosity defines the brotherhood of Rick and Michael Mast. They share a fiercely independent spirit, leaping into the unknown and trusting that they’ll find the answer through endurance and dedication to their craft.

They began their voyage in their apartment, using a homemade machine to process cacao beans. Over time they cultivated their creation, sourcing beans from family farms in Madagascar, Venezuela, the Dominican Republic, and Ecuador. Each bar is handmade with incredible reverence for the process and history of chocolate. They are bound in ornamental papers and golden foil like a collection of rare books. Each bar offers its own story of flavors, and no two are exactly alike.

The Mast Brothers, hier alle Videos von The Scout (via Stylespion)

Vorher auf Nerdcore:
Video aus der Brooklyn Chocolate Factory
Bilder der Mast Brothers und ihrer Brooklyn Chocolate Factory