Deliciously dark hand-flaked 61% dark drinking chocolate mixed with rich cocoa powder. The ultimate drinking chocolate. We especially love a mug of this (the bigger the better) with homebaked breakfast rolls for the cosiest of weekend mornings. Sweet and warming - good for your heart and soul.
- 200g Cardboard tube
- Cocoa solids 61% minimum
- Handmade in the UK
- See our full chocolate collection
- Vegan-Friendly, Gluten Free
- Please note: We cannot ship chocolate or food items to the USA
Expertly crafted by artisan chocolatiers making small batch chocolate in Edinburgh Scotland since 2004. Ingredients: Ethically sourced Columbian dark chocolate (cocoa mass, sugar, cocoa butter, emulsifier (Soya Lecithin), natural vanilla flavouring). Valrhona cocoa powder. Cocoa solids 61% minimum. May contain traces of nuts.
Coco Chocolatier is an artisan chocolatier making small batch chocolate in Edinburgh Scotland since 2004. Where creativity and cocoa collide. There is no compromise on style or substance.
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