We are not competing here on our range, but we think these products represent the best chocolate (for cooking or eating), the best raw sugar and, using the cocoa, a route to the best hot chocolate.
It almost seems a waste to use this chocolate (presented as professional “buttons”) for cooking when it is delicious in a snack size bag. The milk chocolate is exceptional. This is perhaps a result of the organic milk and sugar in the ingredients.
Most hot chocolate powders skimp on the cocoa, so anyone who likes their chocolate to taste chocolatey has to gets lots of extra sugar as well. Make your own hot chocolate by making a sauce with cocoa powder and as much or little sugar and milk powder as you like. Caterers: make up your sauce in advance and you can offer the customer a richer, less sweet drink. They can add their own sugar. You can even use our chocolate for a luxury drink.
This delicious sugar is partially unrefined. It has a light brown sandy texture.
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Dark chocolate coated coffee beans in 80g packs. Delicious coffee and chocolate flavour mix with a smooth and at the same time crunchy texture. Warning: these are seriously morish!
This dark carob coating tastes vastly better than milk carob often does, really chocolatey and not too sweet
As with the carob raisins dark carob coating is delicious and has to be tried, it is more like dark chocolate than the normal milky carob. Available in 100g packs.
Crunchy brasil nuts coated with fine milk chocolate (100g)
Juicy cranberries coated in fine milk chocolate (100g)
Crunchy peanuts coated in fine milk chocolate (125g)
Juicy raisins coated in fine milk chocolate (125g)
Yogurt coated almonds. Available in 100g packs.
Juicy raisins with a white jogurty coating. Available in 100g packs.
Light brown in colour and finely granulated. Slightly sticky with the natural molasses. Excellent in coffee (500g, 2kg).
Makes excellent hot chocolate (250g, 500g). Normal pre-mixed chocolate powders have lots of sugar and dried milk. Caterers: for fast service, make up a sauce at the beginning of the day.