The best (in our humble opinion) drinking chocolate ever! Made with Pump Street's naturally pressed cocoa beans, cocoa butter and a moderate amount of cane sugar. Choose 75% from St Vincent for tasting notes of caramel, pear, cream sherry or 85% from Ecuador for rich toffee and toasted walnut, cocoa.
- Handmade in the UK
- 200g Tin
- Choose from 75% or Super Dark 85%
- Suitable for Vegans
- Made on premises that handle gluten, dairy and nuts
- Please note: We cannot ship chocolate or food items to the USA
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Ingredients: Cocoa beans, cane sugar and organic cocoa butter. Choose - Minimum 75 % or 85% cocoa solids. Processed in an environment containing nuts and dairy products.
Chocolate origin: 75% St Vincent Cocoa Company, is a co-operative committed to improving cocoa growing and providing a market for small growers across the Caribbean island.
Chocolate origin: 85% An elegant and pure drinking chocolate made in Suffolk from beans sourced from Heirloom Cacao Preservation accredited cocoa beans from Samuel von Rutte's Hacienda Limon farm on the Guantupi River in Ecuador.
Pump Street is a small family-run bakery on Suffolk's heritage coast making small-batch, handmade artisan chocolate from single-origin beans imported directly to them from family farms and cooperatives around the world.
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