Happy Summer!

We will be working this summer to make our next season the best yet. See you in the fall!

Buttercrunch Toffee

Ours is rich and buttery with a soft crunch and delicate caramel-like aftertaste. Dipped in our velvety dark chocolate and topped with fresh roasted pecans. Heavenly!

Cabernet Franc

Premium, single-origin chocolate with fruity tones harmonize perfectly with the delicate flavor of Hopkins Vineyard's Cabernet Franc. Smooth and complex, it is the essence of luxury in chocolate.

Read about us in the February 2014 issue of Connecticut Magazine!


  At Plum Brook, we strive to deliver the finest quality chocolates.

 Chocolate from small, shaded farms in dense equatorial jungles is transformed using locally grown and sourced ingredients into an all-natural, delectable result. Always fresh and with no preservatives, our chocolates are cut, dipped and packed by hand.

WJWC holiday fair


From our community to you. Pure chocolates. No compromises.


 Our highest-quality ingredients are locally sourced whenever possible. In our kitchen, the building blocks of fine chocolates meet the distinctive artistry of chocolatier Pam Dorgan. Pam’s hand-dipped truffles are made from ethically produced and traded chocolate and fresh Connecticut dairy. She selects pure ingredients and delicately blends flavors to produce an all-natural, delectable result.

Each chocolate Pam makes is a work of art that encapsulates the exquisite taste, hard work, and uncompromising love of quality that characterizes northwestern Connecticut.

Orders accepted by phone or use this form on line.  To place a phone order, call Pam at 203.491.6041.

Latest Posts

As local as it gets!

Snow showers on the first day of spring?!  Even with winter’s seemingly endless grip, signs of the season are all around us. We all have our favorites. I must admit top of my list of early signs is baseball spring training ... read more

Chocolate and Beer?

With Thanksgiving around the corner, the season of good cheer begins.  Gathering with friends, office parties, special dinners and traditions with loved ones are on our schedules. ... read more

Hello Fall

Perhaps I should be a little sadder. Because right now, even with New England’s most beautiful season here, a long, freezing winter is right behind it. I love summer and it’s over, so why do I have a feeling of excitement ... read more

A Day at Better Connecticut

I was honored to be invited to appear in a live kitchen segment on Better Connecticut on April 21. If you tuned in to watch me, thank you so much! I was excited as the morning approached, but nervous too. What could I do in 5 ... read more

At the Foot of a Cacao Tree: A Note from Puerto Rico

From the time that the conquistadors brought cacao across the Atlantic from South America, it has been a difficult-to-obtain luxury in the Western world. The plant only grows within twenty degrees of the equator, requires ... read more
back to top