You say in your post above that you are using cocoa paste. Does it taste like chocolate? If so it isn't even remotely raw, and you shouldn't market it as such whether you're using honey or not.
JUST LIKE COFFEE BEANS DON'T TASTE LIKE COFFEE UNTIL THEY ARE ROASTED, COCOA BEANS DON'T TASTE LIKE CHOCOLATE UNTIL THEY HAVE BEEN ROASTED. PERIOD. PEOPLE LIE. CHEMISTRY DOESN'T.
Furthermore, 99.9% of the cocoa paste you buy today goes well over the threshold for "raw" during the grinding and refining process (I have personally ground 10's of thousands of lbs of cocoa beans into cocoa paste. I know what I'm talking about)
Given that cocoa beans don't taste like chocolate until they are roasted, and cocoa beans aren't called chocolate beans, and the trees aren't called chocolate trees, there is no such thing as "Raw Chocolate". There is however, such a product as sweetened cocoa paste - exactly like you are making.
...but it's not chocolate, or anything close.
The Mast Brothers piss Clay off, and Raw Chocolate makers piss me off. Why? Both lie.