Kakaochi – Bio Lachua Cacao – Guatemala – 500g


Bio & fair traided directly from a agricultural cooperativa from Guatemala

raw cacao – ceremonial cacao -superfood – plant medicine

An old Mayan legend has it, that Cacao will emerge from the rainforests when the world is in imbalance. It is said, that Cacao will help to open our human hearts and return to a state of balance and harmony.

Our mission with Kakaochi, is to leave Cacao in it’s most natural state so you may enjoy all the precious nutrients it has to offer such as; Antioxidants, Minerals, Magnesium, Iron, B- Vitamins, Theobromine, Anandamide’s and so much more!

This Raw Cacao is sourced directly from the farmers in Guatemala. It is with the upmost respect and humility that the Kakaochi Family supports these Wisdom Keepers in conserving their Ancient Knowledge, Culture, Medicine and Cultivation Methods.

This Medicine is Fair Trade and 100% organic, It’s shipped directly to Austria after the drying and fermentation process. In Austria it is gently ground and let to rest to preserve all the aroma and qualities. During the entire process we try to use as little resources as possible and all packaging made from 100% ecological material.

Maybe you desire to share Cacao as a special gift, maybe you want to work with Cacao for your circles and ecstatic dances, or maybe you want to work with Cacao simply for yourself.

If you feel the call to take a deep dive into this heart opening Medicine, please get in touch!

Fair- Trade price.



Flavors of strawberry, mocha, grapefruit and candied lemon. Many Q’eqchi’-Maya families live in the “Lachuá Ecoregion” around the lake, who earn their living by growing cocoa, honey, cardamom, corn and other crops. The cocoa farmers are organized in three certified organic community associations, each with its own fermentation and drying facility. These farmers led the way in creating a buffer zone that protects the flora and fauna of the lagoon and helps keep the sanctuary from invasion of palm plantations and other intense crops. The communities around the lagoon take the preservation of the surrounding ecosystem very seriously and many families in this region still live completely without electricity, internet or telephone. We love its taste for its unique acidity, which is not common in other Guatemalan cocoa varieties.