Not only does eating artisan chocolate have health benefits, but chocolate produced by small batch Mpumalanga artisan chocolate makers are made with the care and knowledge of artisans who understand and love their craft. With hand infused diverse flavour offerings, unique beans,flavor combinations (like sea salt caramel), Mpumalanga artisan chocolate makers go through the process of roasting, winnowing, milling, pressing, conching, tempering, moulding and packaging the chocolate you find so appealling.
Decadence is a luxury everyone deserves and Shautany Chocolatiers in Mpumalanga have proven that with ease. Mary-Anne Price opened the first Shautany retail chocolate boutique in 2003 after having perfected the art of chocolate making. Named after her two children Shaun and Tanya – Shautany Chocolatiers kept the family bond alive through their love of the finest Belgium chocolate and natural, local ingredients. The name has since flourished and has expanded with three chocolate shops open in Mpumalanga. With a captivating history and a chocolate talent that can’t be matched – Shautany Chocolatiers is one of the rich gems of the province, just taste one of their handcrafted and lovingly made truffles if you need to be convinced.