We’ve had the chance to share our chocolate with the nation through our number of appearance on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch. Here, we’ve collected the bars from the show which were most popular over the years
The highlights include:
Chocolarder – Caramelised Blonde, Ghana 40% White
Chocolarder’s mature take on a childhood favourite – the caramelisation of the Ghanaian cocoa gives rise to notes of biscuit, caramel, and sweet shortbread.
Zotter – Butter Caramel Bar
A consistent award-winner, this bar from Zotter combines chewy caramel with a lightly roasted almond praline and a crunchy caramel crisp, all surrounded by creamy 50% milk chocolate.
Fruition – Hudson Valley Bourbon Dark Milk
This limited release dark milk from Fruition is a seriously special bar. It takes Bryan Graham almost four months to lovingly craft this bar from Peruvian beans. The result is a rich and creamy bar full of oak, bourbon and caramel. There is a warming, almost boozy undernote from the nibs that gives the sweet chocolate an added kick.
Puchero – Paquibato, Philippines Dark 75% with Nibs
This delightful bar begins with vibrant, green flavour notes, which then balance out into a tropical profile. The after taste presents a slight hint of gently roasted nuts. If you are looking for a bar with a complex flavour, intensity, and length: this is it.