Mott Green of Grenada Chocolate Company

Real Food Festival

Today was the opening day of the Real Food Festival at London’s Earls Court exhibition centre. I managed to get a few hours in at the show where I caught up with Mott of the Grenada Chocolate Company at the Rococo stand. ...
by Martin Christy

Chocovic Xoconusco and Sambirano

New origins from Chocovic and Linköping Chokladfestival 2009

Chocovic have two new origin offerings, brought in to supplement their existing small origin range. Both bars are a step up in quality for the Spanish bean to bar maker, who are also owners of the Sampaka chocolatier chain and ...
by Martin Christy


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Willie’s Chocolate Revolution reviewed – part 3

We review the final episode of the UK TV Channel 4´s "Willie´s Chocolate Revolution".
by Martin Christy

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Willie’s Chocolate Revolution reviewed – part 2

Day 2 of Willie Harcourt-Cooze’s chocolate revolution. Not as exciting as the first programme, but I guess we’re building up for the big finish tomorrow and we did get a peak inside a British bean to bar fine chocolate fact...
by Martin Christy


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Criollo, a danger to us all?

Opinions can get rather heated in the world of fine chocolate. Any subject that stirs a great deal of passion in its followers, and engages us in an exploration of its detail and finesse, is likely to lead to different camps an...
by Martin Christy


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