Chocolate lovers rejoice! Green & Black’s has announced that they will be launching The Green & Black’s Conscious Café, in celebration of its new Smooth dark chocolate range in Australia. Launching on 12 September, at Cremorne’s renowned Glasshaus, Green & Black’s will bring an ethical and indulgent dining experience to the public, Green & Black’s Conscious Café. The Café will offer visitors the opportunity to immerse themselves in a three-course sensory menu inspired by the new Green & Black’s Smooth dark chocolate range.
Green & Black’s is a brand which appeals to people’s consciences as well as their taste buds. Green & Black’s sources cocoa through Cocoa Life, an industry-leading, independently verified programme that supports sustainable cocoa farming to deliver social and environmental change in farming communities. The new Green & Black’s smooth dark chocolate range is passionately crafted 70% dark chocolate that is rich in cocoa content and exceptionally smooth in flavour, for an indulgent experience and delicious taste.
To bring the Conscious Café concept to life, Green & Black’s has partnered with a collective of like-minded Australians who share a common ethos of ethics and indulgence. Renowned zero-waste chefs, Matt Stone and Jo Barrett, as well as one of Australia’s most recognisable furniture designers, Mark Tuckey, will collaborate with the brand to bring this ethical and indulgent pop-up experience to the public. The four-day event will include a three-course zero waste menu, with matching wines, curated by Matt Stone and Jo Barret, featuring an array of Green & Black’s chocolate inspired dishes. Mark Tuckey will create exquisite bespoke furniture for the Conscious Cafe which will be scattered amongst the beautiful living green garden of Glasshaus
and an abundance of seasonal florals.
Through the Conscious Café collaboration, Green & Black’s has also partnered with aid agency, Save the Children in Australia. The organisation is dedicated to supporting children to reach their full potential. Specifically, $60 from every ticket sold will go directly to Save the Children’s Hands on Learning Cafes Program in Australia. Further, money from the Green & Black’s Conscious Café will also support the Hands on Learning, innovative education program.
For four days only (12 September – 15 September) the public will be able to visit the Green & Black’s Conscious Café at Glasshaus Cremorne. Tickets $63.73 per person and will be available to purchase from 29 July from, www.greenandblacks.com.au/conscious-cafe
Green & Black’s Smooth range is available at Australian Coles and Independent retailers nation-wide for RRP $4.25.