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Beau Cacao Chocolate is Almost too Pretty to Eat (Almost)

by Theresa Christine Johnson on 02/07/2017 | 3 Minute Read

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This is not only some of the prettiest chocolate bar packaging we’ve seen, but just take a look at the designs in the chocolate itself! Beau Cacao is not just bean-to-bar chocolate; instead, it comes from a single estate. Socio Design did the packaging for these gorgeous bars, using fabric designs from the origin country as inspiration.

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“Founded by Bo San Cheung and Thomas Delcour in 2013, Beau Cacao is a London-based chocolate company bringing an exciting new twist to the burgeoning bean-to-bar chocolate scene by sourcing single estate cacao beans directly from growers in Malaysia.”

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“We were invited to design the packaging for their first two bars, Asajaya and Serian. Our geometric gold foiled pattern was inspired by traditional Malaysian fabric designs, and reflects the distinctive moulded shape of the chocolate within. Paper colours were chosen based on the flavour profiles of the chocolate, red to match smoky tobacco and paprika and yellow for caramel and brioche. This system of pattern and colour provides a foundation for future iterations of packaging.”

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Designed by: Socio Design

Chocolate Bar Design: Adam Gill

Country: United Kingdom

City: London