Deep, rich and malty, it has notes of caramel and burnt sugar. The addition of the cocoa nibs brings a huge richness to the proceedings, with a fuller mouthfeel and unmistakable chocolate hit. Hints of orange zest and blackberries. The nose is bold with the rich smell of high quality, earthy dark chocolate.
Sourced directly from Grenada by our friends at Pump Street Bakery in Suffolk, the cacao beautifully complements the tea we have sourced directly from a small, independent estate in the Shire Highlands of Malawi. No artificial flavourings, just pure indulgence.
Pump Street Chocolate
Our friends Pump Street Chocolate share our ideas about sustainability and sourcing - they import directly from single estates and cooperatives around the world. Provenance and process is key to their product. They source cacao from the best growers who ferment and dry the beans at origin. They then tailor the roasting, grinding and conching to yield the best tasting chocolate possible.
Togo Swiss Milk Chocolate 44%
The cacao beans used to make Pump Street’s delectable version of a Swiss Milk bar are sourced from the Kekeli Cooperative in Togo.
A women-run cooperative, Kekeli was founded by Abra Benczedi in 2019. Abra is the driving force behind the incomparable cacao produced here. She is passionate about producing the highest quality cacao and cares about the environment in which it is grown. The cooperative is independent and is made up of over 100 smallholders who have centralised the post-harvesting of this cacao to ensure both consistency and quality.
These beans have a distinct yet subtle fruity freshness, hints of macadamia nuts and maple-like sweetness.
Two unique ingredients make this milk chocolate stand out; cocoa beans from the women-run Kekeli Cooperative in Togo, and superlative milk powder made in Switzerland from local milk.
Ingredients - cane sugar, cocoa beans, organic cocoa butter, whole milk powder, skimmed milk powder. May contain milk, cereals containing gluten, eggs, nuts and sesame seeds.