August 11, 2014
Graham Garrett’s gastronomic gem in the heart of the Weald of Kent.
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I ask the great and the good which chocolate they couldn’t possibly live without…
‘Definitely some cacao beans because I love eating them. I’ll take a marble slab and some tools with me to be able to make chocolate on the island. And I think I would take some of my lemon chocolates and an 88% Tenor.’
“Well obviously it would be Green & Blacks, probably Maya Gold. Every time I go back to it I think it is genius.”
“I love the single origin, the Madifirolo, the one from Cocoa Barry. I love it for its fruity, passion fruit and citrus flavour.”
This new tasting pack combines four of the most interesting and delicious bars around.
A punchy bar combines spice and smoke with a fruity A. Morin chocolate.
This is rich yet delicate, dark chocolate, walnut and orange heaven from Germany’s Clement Chococult.