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Chocolate and cacao have a rich and fascinating history going back almost 4000 years. It was in 1753 that the botanist Carolus Linnaeus named the cacao tree Theobroma Cacao, meaning “Food of the gods”. The reason for the name was not simply that its fruit tasted heavenly ....  Read More...

Chocolate contains more than 600 flavour compounds, making it surprisingly complex and at the same time intriguingly addictive. If you have only ever eaten chocolate before, we hope that you will slowly begin to taste chocolate by paying attention to the explosion of flavours...
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Artisanal chocolate making has grown in recent years out of a desire to return to ancient chocolate making techniques, promoting the original taste of chocolate and kicking against its degradation into a synthetic, flavoured commodity.  The emphasis is on small batch manufacturing
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