Pump Street – Sambirano, Madagascar 44% White

By Pump Street Chocolate

£6.75

This creamy white chocolate has a succulent melt and subtle hints of raspberry and vanilla.

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Description

TASTING NOTES

This creamy white chocolate, made from single-estate cocoa butter pressed by Pump Street’s very own cocoa press, enjoys a succulent melt with subtle hints of raspberry and vanilla.

ABOUT THE MAKER

After a long and successful career at IBM, international jet-setter Chris Brennan briefly retired before deciding to pioneer the making of sourdough and other breads in his idyllic countryside bakery in Orford, Suffolk. About a decade later, he and his daughter Joanna decided to delve into crafting award-winning chocolate in their eponymous bakery situated on Pump Street, and have won numerous awards for both their chocolates and their innovative packaging.

THE BEANS

The beans in this bar are sourced from Bertil Akesson’s estate in Madagascar. Bertil’s beans are famous throughout the craft chocolate world, having produced countless award-winning bars and winning many awards themselves. They typically lend their bars a fruity flavour profile, and it’s an endless source of enjoyment for us to see all the new ways makers find to bring out their very best.

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Weight 70 g
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Maker description

As makers of both bread and chocolate, UK-based maker Pump St Bakery is a truly unique company. Set up by father and daughter team Chris and Joanna, they really care about making high quality chocolate, managing their production process with a forensic attention to detail. Read more about Pump Street Chocolate

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Allergens
Cereals containing gluten (traces), milk, nuts (traces)
Ingredients
Organic cocoa butter, cane sugar, milkpowder