About


Our origins
This project was created in Lorraine, on the North Shore of Montreal by two sisters, Stéphanie and Isabelle, and a childhood friend, Geneviève. The idea came to us by noticing the lack of choice in musical teddy bears offering beautiful sweet and comforting melodies for children. Immersed in classical music since our childhood, it was natural for us to want to make other families benefit from the proven benefits of classical music in the development of children.
Moka:Return on a success based on ''true''
In the market of sound toys, where loud and high decibel sounds are legion, Moka quickly stood out. By promoting calm, harmony and truth, it embodies a quality option. Families have adopted it and, since then, the attachment does not weaken.

It is because, to seduce the ear of toddlers in search of sleep or comfort, Moka offers the gift of an authentic musicality. In the hollow of his belly, it is the rich sonorities of the piano, the violin and the cello that we can hear vibrate. Bye bye synthesizer sounds, hello softness and warmth. Moka’s three lullabies are 100% written, performed and recorded in Montreal, at La Shop Studios.

From Kanye West to little Elizabeth’s bassinet
Stéphanie and Geneviève are the two renowned musicians who sign the original musical pieces of Moka. This duo represented the perfect collaborators because, despite the large crowds for which they performed - notably alongside Mika, Michael Bublé, Adam Cohen, Kanye West and even Prince William -, the favourite audience of the two musicians has always been the children. 
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Already distributed in more than 75 stores across Quebec and Ontario, we are proud to be supported by mentors like Nicolas Duvernois (Founder of Pur Vodka and Dragon investor) and Alexandre Vanier (Co-Founder of Poches & Fils) that help Moka and its partners grow and reach the market.
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