Sea Salt Caramel Truffles
A firm favourite for lovers of rich and gooey salted caramel, wrapped in our incredible dark chocolate.
Big flavours come in small packages, and these little mouthfuls of luxury definitely prove that. Made right here in our factory with only the best Cornish sea salt and fresh Cornish cream, our golden caramel is encased in spheres of Asháninka 72% dark chocolate and rolled in our own pressed cocoa powder. The result is a truffle that perfectly balances salty and sweet while also being made with ethical and sustainable ingredients. So not only are you getting a sweet delicious treat, but you’re also helping to contribute towards making the world a better place… one truffle at a time.
The beans used in the fruity cacao of the dark chocolate truffle shell come directly from the indigenous Asháninka people of the Peruvian rainforest. By supporting the project run by preservation charity Cool Earth, we’ve been able to contribute towards a sustainable future for the Asháninka and help them to protect their communities and land.
Packed in boxes of 12
Early notes of green and red fruit, with undertones of hazelnut in the cocoa shell. Followed by the salt-sweet richness of our incredible Cornish-made caramel.
Cocoa beans and unrefined raw sugar, cream, glucose and salt.
Only the best
Cream – We get our Cornish cream from Trewithen Dairy, a family of Cornish dairy farmers who truly care about getting the best quality out of their happy and well-fed cows. The care and attention that Trewithen Dairy put into their dairy farming really makes a difference, and you can really taste that in the smooth richness of their phenomenal Cornish cream.
Salt – Harvested on the Cornish coast, everything Cornish Sea Salt’s incredible salt touches is enhanced by the unique mineral profile that makes it so unmistakable. By referencing century-old production techniques, they have made some really special salt with a distinctive mineral-rich zestiness.
Sugar – Grown in Brazil as part of Native’s Green Cane Project, where the sugar cane is cut down green rather than burnt (the traditional method of harvest). By forgoing the burning process they see a lower yield, but the sustainability benefits greatly outweigh any negatives. The project has reintroduced some 30 species back into their 12,500 hectares of farmland, and by harvesting green, they avoid destroying their habitat.
Chocolate – The indigenous Asháninka people maintain their independence by cultivating and harvesting Peruvian rainforest cacao, which they sell to support and protect their land and communities. Partnering with rainforest preservation charity Cool Earth to source direct from the growers, we are excited to be able to show off this exquisitely fruity cacao whilst contributing to a sustainable future for the Asháninka.