Bellflower Chocolate Company Soft Launches The Chocolate Bike™
February 11, 2018, Seattle, Washington – After months of planning and working with the city to secure the necessary permits, Bellflower Chocolate Company opened its first retail space, The Chocolate Bike™, in Seattle's Fremont neighborhood on the corner of North 34th Street and Stone Way North, just west of Brooks Running Headquarters.
The Chocolate Bike™, aka a Danish Bullitt electric cargo bike, was funded by Bellflower's successful Kickstarter campaign in 2016, then built out by G&O Family Cyclery in Greenwood. To start, the bike will be on location at least once a week, selling a variety of Bellflower's product line: single-origin chocolate bars, Limited Edition inclusion bars, truffles, single-origin chocolate chunk cookies, the company's signature Flora + Fauna, a Pacific Northwest interpretation of the French mendiant, and various other seasonal confections. This summer, the company plans to add its milk bar to the The Chocolate Bike™, where it will sell its signature bean-to-bottle™, single-origin chocolate milk on tap.
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About Bellflower Chocolate Company, LLC: Headquartered in Seattle, WA and producing its chocolate on top of Queen Anne in between the Space Needle and the Fremont Cut, Bellflower makes small-batch chocolate and chocolate milk with a focus on honest, local ingredients, simplicity, quality, and craftsmanship.
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