Rick Jordan Chocolatier

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Welcome

We're incredibly excited to be able to reach across the country and provide premium chocolates to chocolate-lovers, connoisseurs, and newbies everywhere. We invite you to take in the beauty of our chocolates and to be inspired to partake in glorious and inventive flavor combinations.

Our process

Part of my process as an artisan, small batch chocolatier is to roast and hand grind cacao beans to make our house chocolate blend. This allows me to explore new and exciting flavor profiles and combinations in my chocolates. Check back to stay updated on our current house chocolate.

Current House Chocolate

Name: Upala

Origin: Costa Rica

Species: Trinitaro

Currently Making: 80% Dark chocolate

Flavor Profile: It is a well fermented Organic Trinatario from the Upala region of Costa Rica.  This is cocoa bean can stand on it's own to make a rather nice and elegant chocolate but will also work well as a base bean for blends. You will find some sweet toffee or caramel notes, some brightness, hints of tamarind and a little malt, dried fig and a smoothness that makes one think of a milk chocolate without the milk. Just a touch of tannic bitterness, but not so much to detract from the overall profile.

Visit Us at the Boutique

We're incredibly passionate about our chocolates. Visit our boutique to see our passion in motion.

Boutique Hours: TUE - FRI 11AM-7PM | SAT 12-7PM | SUN CLOSED | MON SEASONALLY CLOSED MAY-AUG

14882 Clayton Rd Saint Louis, MO 63017

(+636) 230-9300

Latest News

Sauce Magazine Feb 2014

Sauce Magazine interviews us for a piece on chocolatiers and chocolate makers in St. Louis and the greater state of Missouri.

 

RJC was featured in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, "A Passionate Affair with Chocolate". 

Thursday, February 5, 2013 / 6:00 AM| Post by St.Louis Post-Dispatch


Rick Jordan Chocolatier honored as one of Dessert Professional's Top Ten Chocolatiers in North America. Read the interview here. 

Wednesday, January 2, 2013 / 10:00 AM| Post by DessertProfessional.com