Kakawa Chocolate House

1050 Paseo De Peralta Santa Fe

Santa Fe Hidden Gems/Kakawa Chocolate House
Written By VAMONDE Santa Fe

Find a Sweet Treat at Kakawa Chocolate House

Located in the high desert, Kakawa Chocolate House is bringing back the old ways of preparing and consuming chocolate. If you're a chocolate connoisseur, a history buff, or both, then the chocolate made here, the people making it, and the traditions inspiring them are sure to pique your interest at this quaint cafe locale.

A Chocolatey History

The word "kakawa" comes from an Olmec word meaning chocolate or cacao. The chocolatiers at Kakawa aim to embody the traditional and historic ways of making chocolate. They draw from traditional Pre-Columbian, Mesoamerican, Mayan, Aztec, 1600's European, Colonial American, and Colonial Mexican Methods of making drinking chocolate elixirs.

Kakawa Chocolate House Drinking Chocolate Elixirs

Chocolates Packed with Different Flavors

Not wanting to drink your chocolate? No worries! Kakawa Chocolate House has plenty of house-made chocolate to choose from. Not just any ordinary chocolates fill the shop, chocolates with a wide range of traditional flavors like Pomegranate, Cherry-Chili, Acai, Hibiscus flower, and Mezcal are available. Old-school European style truffles are also available for those who enjoy Earl Grey, Espresso, and Classic French Dark truffles.

Kakawa Chocolate House Chocolate Collections

Cover photo by Maddi Bazzocco via Unsplash.

Santa Fe Hidden Gems

Kakawa Chocolate House

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