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mast brothers chocolate




I took a quick jaunt to Williamsburg, Brooklyn this weekend to visit the newly opened Mast Brothers Chocolate shop. The spacious shop is simple and sweet with a touch of rustic charm in the exposed wooden beams. Right now they only sell their infamous {and beautifully packaged} chocolate bars, but more to come soon. You can see their huge kitchen in the back which is both beautiful and inspiring. I picked up these three flavors…hispaniola, dried cranberry, and almond sea salt..yum!

{photos by Oh Joy!}


  1. Divine! Love C-H-O-C-O-L-A-T-E, love the wrappings……almost look too good to devour!!
    I have alway’s taken a great pleasure in the small, yet finer things in life…chiocolate is definately one of them!
    lamaisonfou blog

  2. I think I’d buy the chocolate more for it’s package design rather than the for the wholesome ‘pms cure’ goodness itself…i LOVE their wrapping!!! Thanks for sharing! I’m going to hit this place up when I visit NY.

  3. It would be wonderful to see photos of the actual store – I am in Australia so popping down there is not so easy! Keep up the fantastic blog – you are my morning inspiration before I start my day designing – I call you my ‘breath of fresh air ‘! x

  4. hey melissa,
    they are $7 or 3 for $20. i’m sure they’d be open to phone orders or be able to refer you to one of their retailers who will!

  5. What’s brilliant about it is that the paper is just store bought paper (at least I’m pretty sure it is.. I know I’ve seen 2 of those prints at Kate’s Paperie).. so they are using existing wrapping paper, wrapping their bars, and then just adding their sticker/label.
    It’s so simple and brilliant, and I wish I had thought of it!

  6. their bars are wrapped so beautifully…any idea who does the packaging for them? i’ve never seen such a pretty sweet treat before!

  7. I would live to hear more about the chocolate! I agree
    the packaging is exceptional, but does their chocolate exceed expectations!

  8. The packaging is nice, but for the price I’d rather do it myself. Had the chocolate and it is very dry and powdery. The acidity of the beans tend to be overpowering. For a real experience try Recchiuti Confections.


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