Olive & Sinclair Chocolate Co. to Relocate | Nashville News

    Local Nashville chocolate company Olive & Sinclair will relocate this summer, from its current location in Riverside Village to a former grocery space in East Nashville at the corner of 17th and Fatherland Streets.

    Owner and chocolate maker Scott Witherow says the new location will allow for more space and a better layout to allow for a storefront with consistent hours and tours.

    After years of location scouting, Witherow says he knew he found the right location when he stepped in. Plans are just now being drawn and hopes are for the new location to be up and running by this summer.

    He also has many new chocolate projects in the works. For starters, he’s offering boxes of chocolate-covered strawberries for Valentine’s Day for the first time this year. The boxes includes two strawberries dipped in Olive & Sinclair 75% cacao, two strawberries dipped in Sea Salt Chocolate and two dipped in Buttermilk White for $24.99. Learn more and pre-order here.

    Not familiar with Olive & Sinclair Chocolate Company? All the products are handcrafted by native Nashvillians right here in Nashville. Slow-roasted and stone ground in small batches, select single origin beans are combined with pure brown sugar for a smooth and robust flavor unique to Southern Artisan Chocolate. Their combination of traditional methods, modern European technique and classic Southern flavors make Olive & Sinclair the “NEW old-fashioned chocolate.” The company was founded in 2009 here in Nashville and has been growing, improving and making waves ever since – including being named “America’s Best Chocolate”  by Southern Living Magazine.

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