The Mataswalevu Cocoa Farm, located in the northern hills of Vanua Levu Island, is looking to revive the cacao industry in Fiji. Their farm grows Amelonado cacao with newer plantings of Trinidad Selected Hybrids (TSH).
On Fiji’s national flag, there is a cacao pod in the lion’s paws, a sign of Fiji’s history and exciting times ahead for a new generation of farmers. The beans are special, imparted by Fiji’s unique terroir and the Fijian concept of “vanua”, the idea of land being an extension of oneself, including one’s life, sustenance and culture.
SOMA was conceived in the minds of a couple from Canada, who sought to find new ways of creating and enjoying chocolate. As fascinating as every definition of the word, SOMA’s creations are truly out of this world and mystical. An otherworldly experience has been curated for the recipients of their chocolates, one that transcends human comprehension.