Mansa Gold: The Ghanaian chocolate brand to get your lover on Val’s Day

Appreciate the depth of character and fullness of flavour that comes only from the determination to produce the very best of chocolate

At Mansa Gold each gram of chocolate is infused with the spirit of the country and its people. When you eat this chocolate, know who we are.

Appreciate the depth of character and fullness of flavour that comes only from the determination to produce the very best.

From the magnanimous farmer who tends the cocoa trees for five years before the chance of first harvest, to the careful selection by Mansa Gold of all the ingredients that go into each bar and the detailed processing and packaging that creates a delicious treat designed to engage every sense. Truly outstanding cocoa comes from Ghana.

Even without going into the history of the relation of Valentine’s Day and the chocolates, it’s easy to understand why chocolate is the favorite way to express love on the day.

There is an allure to chocolate that in essence is exotically romantic, it’s simply an edible declaration of love that makes the recipients of chocolate feel special and undeniably gratifying.

The chocolate looks, feels and tastes heavenly. This luscious substance not only melts in our mouth in a burst of flavors but also melt our hearts in bliss.

This is probably the biggest reason why chocolate and red roses are the second most preferred gifts to give on Valentine’s Day. So when you think of chocolates for your lover, or lovers if you are King Solomon, you should look for Mansa Gold chocolates.

Mansa Gold’s Logo

A stylised representation of a cocoa pod sliced horizontally; but beyond that, the circle representing the full completion of their golden journey and the pods celebrating the riches of our country and people.

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