We celebrate real food and vibrant health.
We understand and embrace the power of food as medicine and are focused on improving accessibility to fair-trade, organic, whole foods. To stay true to this ethos we’re reestablishing the traditional Ceremony associated with food, beginning with an ancient darling, Cacao.
With naturopathically tailored blends, Ceremony is here to enrich your life, excite your taste-buds and increase your overall well being, one slow sip at a time.
Ceremony is lovingly crafted in small batches using the highest quality, organic ingredients. We blend cold pressed, unroasted, enzyme rich Peruvian cacao beans with a handful of Mother Natures super foods and a whole lot of love to produce a pure, powerful and delicious powder.
In Ceremony you will find
– No preservatives
– No additives
– No refined sugar
– No artificial colours or flavours
Theobroma Cacao, (Latin for ‘Food of the Gods’), the primary ingredient in Ceremony, has been used for centuries as a sacred offering in spiritual, ritual and medicinal practices (read more here).
Bring a daily dose of Ceremony into your routine and embrace the power and pleasure that come with this ritual. With each sip take the time to reflect and be grateful for this moment.
Ceremony is Naturopathically crafted with love and intention by Ema Taylor.
Ceremony was born from a love of chocolate, a knowledge and interest of cacao and its medicinal benefits along with an appreciation of traditional rituals. Ema’s inspiration came from Mother Nature’s power to produce food as nourishment and medicine.
Her daily routine of waking slowly with a warm drink and winding down gently with another in the evening made Ema understand the significance of small daily rituals and how they have the power to transform your day and in turn, your life.
Ema and her husband have travelled to the Peruvian Amazon Jungle to meet with the growers, learn about their sustainable farming techniques and understand the whole production process of cacao – from planting the trees, to fermenting the beans, all the way to processing the nib into a powder. The locals love and appreciation of Mother Nature inspired them deeply to share and educate others about the wonders of food as medicine.
It is an honour to share our love of cacao with you through Ceremony.