BOHO – White Chocolate + Lemon Olive Oil

By Boho Chocolate

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£7.95

A vibrant white chocolate bar packed with zesty lemon flavours, this is bound to be a firm favourite for all lemon-lovers everywhere.

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  • Description

    TASTING NOTES

    This stunning white chocolate is made with lemon-infused olive oil from Tre Olive, a family-run olive farm in Italy. Passed down through the generations, the farm is now jointly owned by three cousins, who discovered they could use their non-commercial lemon trees to flavour batches of their award-winning olive oil. Combined with the highest quality Ecuadorean cocoa butter, the result is a fantastically citrusy chocolate bar – perfect for summer evenings or garden parties.

    ABOUT THE MAKER

    Charlie Burke, the founder of BOHO, started his chocolate journey in the 1980s, when he opened a small chain of chocolate and confectionery shops in New England, USA. Having always wanted to craft their own chocolate, Charlie and his partner, Suzanne, set out in 2014 to learn how to make the very best bean-to-bar chocolate. They founded BOHO after a trip to South America with Taza Chocolate to visit farmers, cooperatives, and local chocolate makers. The name BOHO is short for Bohemian, which signifies their “organic, artistic, and independent approach to making quality chocolate.”

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    Weight 85 g
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    Ingredients
    Organic cocoa butter, organic cane sugar, organic milk, first press olive oil, organic lemon

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