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Visit our factory, café and gift shop


Petite Patrie is a bean-to-bar chocolate making factory which means, we make chocolate from scratch! That's right, while most chocolate shops purchase their chocolate made by others, we make our own. We roast our fair-traded cacao beans, remove the husk then stone ground the cacao into the most decadent chocolate! 

We make a wide range of dark, milk and white chocolate. Many single origins dark chocolate while others are as fun as tasty such as our Rose and Pistachio white chocolate bar which is Magenta in colour.


We have a huge selection of vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free chocolate, some sugar-free options too!

Don't miss our mouth-watering chocolate confections created by our talented chocolatier Sydnie. Inspired by the surrounding bounty of the Annapolis Valley and the flow of the seasons.


Our cafe is at the front of our small chocolate factory from where you can see the chocolate being made through the viewing window. Try one of our chocolate dessert made on site with our famous espresso based coffees or discover euro-style drinking chocolate - thick as pudding! Or a crowd's favourite: a hot chocolate supreme and watch us as we roast our house-made marshmallows in front of you! In the summer months we offer iced drinks and our very own line of ice creams and vegan ice cream!

Sit comfortably in our freshly designed dining area and enjoy watching our lively street corner through the large windows as you take a well deserved chocolate break!


Ask us about our next chocolate events held at Petite Patrie during the evenings.


We have a large selection of chocolate bars, Boudreau's locally produced honey, boxed chocolates, chocolate lollipops, Arquoise Design letterpress cards and so much more!


Indulge yourself ook a table for our popular Afternoon Teas or a chocolate experience in our comfortable event space

2 Webster Street, Kentville, Nova Scotia

Our doors are open:

Tues to Thurs 10 am to 5 pm

Fri & Sat 10 am to 6 pm

(Closed Sun - Mon)

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