Parisian Living

Puerto Cacao: Socially Minded Chocolate in Paris

by Tory Hoen
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Tory Hoen

After attending Brown University and spending two years in New York, Tory bought a one-way ticket to Paris to pursue her dream of becoming a writer (and of drinking wine at lunch). During her time in the City of Light, she chronicled the euphoric highs and the laughable lows of ex-pat life on her blog, A Moveable Beast. Though she's now based in New York, she travels frequently to Montreal and Brazil, and she'll use just about any excuse to jet to Paris ("I ran out of fleur de sel"). A regular contributor to Hip Paris, Tory also writes for New York Magazine, Time Out New York, and she is a co-author of's Guide To Life After College. View Tory Hoen's Website

5 comments on “Puerto Cacao: Socially Minded Chocolate in Paris

This makes me want to head back to Paris. Thanks.

Yes, the fondant was insane. They’ve closed their location in the 17th, though, so this is their only brick-and-mortar as of now. Apparently they’re planning to start selling online soon.

Couldn’t agree more. I popped in last summer and was overwhelmed with tantalising treats at Puerto Cacao. Hoping to get back there on my trip to Paris in May.

(I’m pinning it now to remind me!!)

Oh, that looks like heaven! I can’t wait to hightail it back to Paris and INDULGE.

So glad to see Puerto Cacao reviewed. (I think there’s another location in the 17eme??) I’m definitely adding the fondant au chocolat to my must-eat list for my next Parisian visit!

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