Ring of Fire
The remote islands of the southern Pacific and Oceania are part of what is known as “The Ring of Fire”: a circle of 452 volcanoes surrounding that ocean. This is where you will discover the firetree, or cocoa tree, with its flame-hued pods. The firetree thrives on the rich, porous volcanic soil that is found on these islands. It’s here and a few other places in the world like the volcanic island of Madagascar, where Firetree sources their cocoa. But the soil is only the beginning of our story…
- Philippines, Mindano Island 73% by Firetree
- Solomon Islands, Guadalcanal 69% by Firetree
- Papua New Guinea, Karkar Island 72% by Firetree
- Vanuatu, Malekula Island 72% by Firetree
*Please note: Individual bars subject to change based on availability.