World Renowned Chef Gordon Ramsay Declares Winner of To’ak on Best YouTuber MrBeast

To’ak Luxury Ecuadorian Chocolate

How does a $3 candy bar stand up next to a $450 candy bar? Famous YouTuber, MrBeast finds out in a side-by-side comparison with To’ak chocolate.

It only took a few seconds for chef Gordon Ramsay to decide. “What is better?” asks MrBeast.

— Mister Beast

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, USA, July 14, 2022 / — How does a $3 candy bar stand up next to a $450 chocolate bar? Famous YouTuber, philanthropist and Rolling Stone cover star MrBeast decided to find out in a side-by-side comparison of To’ak’s Art Series chocolate and his own Feastables MrBeast chocolate bars.

While MrBeast (who has 98.2 million YouTube subscribers) proclaims his product to be “the last boss of all chocolates”, he humbly invited world-renowned chef Gordon Ramsay to serve as judge. Granted, MrBeast had some stiff competition, but he chose To’ak for a reason. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at what makes To’ak so unique.

To’ak Chocolate is produced like a vintage wine, aged like a whisky, packaged like a work of art, and made from the rarest and most prized variety of cocoa in the world.

To’ak started out as a rainforest conservation project in Ecuador and became the global pioneer of luxury dark chocolate and the regenerative cocoa movement. It uses the rarest and most prized variety of cocoa in the world, called Ancient Nacional, to make extremely limited editions of single-origin dark chocolate. To’ak is a tree-to-bar chocolatier proudly based in Ecuador, the indigenous origin of cocoa.

To’ak pays cocoa farmers the highest farmgate prices of any chocolate company in the world –up to 9x more than fair trade price. It has been featured in Forbes, Fortune magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Robb Report, The Guardian, Wine Spectator, Vice magazine, Huffington Post, TV stations such as BBC, CNBC, CNN, FOX and ARD, and more. 100 other publications on six continents. According to Irene Virbila, award-winning food critic and wine columnist for the Los Angeles Times, To’ak offers “…a fabulous, deeply flavored chocolate, the likes of which I have never experienced before.”

MrBeast, meanwhile, launched its line of Feastables chocolates in early 2022. Feastables bars contain organic cocoa and are gluten-free and non-GMO. Feastables works with the Rainforest Alliance, which offers fair trade certification for its cocoa.

MrBeast versus To’ak. For the challenge judged by Ramsay, MrBeast chose To’ak’s most expensive chocolate bar, the extremely limited Art Series edition, priced at $450. The company’s rarest expression of chocolate and art comes with an authenticated and numbered print by Ecuador’s most renowned artist, Oswaldo Guayasamín.

It only took a few seconds for Chef Ramsay to decide. “What is better?” asks MrBeast. “Certainly yours…is the second,” says Ramsay.

Watch the competition and learn more about it.

James The Count
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