Drinking Chocolate - Ecuador 85%

Pump Street Chocolate

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    • Order placed
    • 18th July
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    • 22nd July
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    • Standard delivery
    • 24th - 25th July
Description

An elegant and pure drinking chocolate made in Suffolk from beans sourced from Hacienda Limon estate by the Guantupi River in Ecuador...

An elegant and pure drinking chocolate made in Suffolk from beans sourced from Hacienda Limon estate by the Guantupi River in Ecuador.

We make 85% dark chocolate from the beans and then shave it into the perfect flakes for melting into warm milk. This yields a drinking chocolate with a rich flavour and silky texture.

200g

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Ingredients - cocoa beans, cane sugar, cocoa butter. For allergens, see ingredients in bold. May contain milk, cereals containing gluten, eggs, nuts and sesame seeds.

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Pump Street Chocolate

Orford, Suffolk

Pump Street is a family-run, award-winning bakers and craft chocolate makers from the village of Orford, Suffolk.

Founded in November 2010 by father and daughter team Chris and Joanna Brennan, it is the result of Chris’ years developing his skills as a self-taught baker and later chocolate maker. After mastering the art of naturally-leavened bread, they ventured into making chocolate from beans imported directly from single estates and cooperatives around the world.