£25.00 / month
Seasonal Box – Monthly to your door
A subscription like no other! Each month you’ll get a box of fresh seasonal truffles where every element has been made from scratch, giving us all the freedom we need to push the chocolatey boundaries. Your box is accompanied by 2 bars of our bean to bar chocolate, usually selected from our standard range but will include our limited edition bars when they are available. Some of these are born from the ingredients in our truffles, some have been in development for a long long time, and some are from our micro-batches we are experimenting with, like the bars you receive will change every month and will complement the truffles.
“Working with local producers, and their fresh seasonal produce is what inspired me as a chef, and it still excites me whenever I get the chance to experiment. These chocolate boxes are the result of years as a pastry chef free to play and explore and push the boundaries of how honest ingredients can be given a different form.” Mike
There is something so special about being able to take the freshest of ingredients, and capturing them in chocolate so they can be shared around the country. We’re all a little more housebound these days, so this is a simple way for you to join us here in Cornwall, and when its safe to do so, you can explore these flavours with us. We’ll collaborate with local growers and producers and get to tell their stories along with the boxes. We’ll forage the countryside we’ll continue to challenge Mike each month to come up with a new delicious combination of our chocolate and these incredible ingredients we have on our doorstep.
All you have to do is sit back and wait for each months delivery, with different truffles and stories each time.
April Box – Sea Buckthorn Truffles
It contains our Cornish Honeycomb 50% Milk and the Toasted Cinnamon 74% Dark Chocolate bars, and a box of Sea Buckthorn Truffles.
Seth from Cornish Seaberry Co grows his sea buckthorn berries in his orchard on the north Cornish coast. As featured in Rick Stein’s Cornwall, Seth harvests his the berries by hand, a technique also known as ‘milking’ because the berries are very delicate. The berries are then turned into juice which we use as the base for our fondant filling. In the wild they grow in the dunes along the coast, but Seth’s orchard started with 2000 trees.
The fondant made with sea buckthorn juice and Cornish sea salt and then piped into 72% Ashaninka dark chocolate shells, before being finished in our own cocoa powder.
They are rich, they are fruity and they are a great way to close your eyes and imagine being somewhere other than home.