The Mast Brothers: Chocolate Makers and Sailors?

The Mast Brothers, self-proclaimed leaders of the chocolate revolution, are taking off on a sailboat for the Dominican Republic in order to get some more scrumptious cacao beans to satisfy our cravings. Now, they don’t need to sail the sacks of raw ingredients back up the Atlantic but they are– because they just want to. [Thanks Ed! Via The Scout]

The life of a mariner is one given over to wanderlust—the quest for adventure, crossing unseen horizons to secure precious goods—only to bring them back to their home port. This same love of adventure and curiosity defines the brotherhood of Rick and Michael Mast.

Comments

  1. Broke Chocolate Eater says:

    “Chocolate represents more than just a candy bar”. It damn well better when it costs $12 per bar.

  2. brandonmetal says:

    the mast brothers and the search for the perfect promo shot and sound byte

  3. When we all go back to our all-consuming. digital-centric occupations, somewhere deep inside of all us is an unborn Mast brother yearning to be travel the seas, seeking a perfect cocoa bean to roast.

  4. Big Sal says:

    I heard they kiss each other.

  5. Sailing beans back to New York??? Wimps!! They should be rowing them back!

    zzz.

  6. I had NO idea how irritating the word “craft” could actually be.

    Who knew!

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