Struggling with Veganuary? Chocolate is the answer!
Because it really does grow on trees.
We hope you’ve all had a wonderful Christmas and New Year.
Whether you’re thinking of going vegan full time, or just ditching the dairy to help recover from the excesses of Christmas, Veganuary can be difficult for those not used to a vegan diet. Luckily, there’s one thing you don’t have to go without… CHOCOLATE!
Our hot chocolate stirrers make the perfect small gift, particularly as we say goodbye to Summer and the cold draws in. Recently relaunched in fabulous new packaging, they are now more giftable than ever. But what if you put four of them together? Added a box? A hand tied satin bow? Well, now you’ve got something really special.
We’re so happy to share with you our new range of hot chocolate stirrers!
What is a hot chocolate stirrer? Also known as a hot chocolate spoon, these amazing stirrers can create a proper hot chocolate in minutes. Simply stir them into a mug of hot milk, and watch as the generous block of chocolate melts away to create a delicious luxury hot chocolate drink! (You might want to try licking the melting chocolate off the edge of the block part way through… but we didn’t tell you that…) Continue reading Are You Hot for Chocolate?
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and our online boutique is full of festive treats and gift ideas.
For a classic Christmas gift, why not give our Christmas Chocolate Collection? There’s three box sizes to choose from, all handmade and filled with festive flavours including clementine & clove caramels, Irish cream & nutmeg and cinnamon praline.
Phew, the BBC Good Food Show Winter 2015 has come and gone, and we survived a hoard of some 80,000 visitors over four days! This was by far the biggest show we’ve ever exhibited at, and a heck of an experience (if not an absolutely exhausting one).
To say that we’ve had a hectic weekend would be an understatement.
First off, we were at the Tatton Park Foodies Festival from Friday to Sunday. There was a great atmosphere from the start, with visitors starting to queue long before the event opened each day. We were actually greeted each morning by herds of beautiful fallow deer and sheep, grazing in the sunshine. Continue reading Food Festivals & Farmers’ Markets