Rye Crumb, Milk & Sea Salt 60% 70g Chocolate Bar

Pump Street Chocolate

£9.45 Delivery included

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    • Order placed
    • 22nd July
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    • Dispatched
    • 24th July
  3. mail
    • Standard delivery
    • 26th - 29th July
  • Made in UK
Description

The second release in our bakery series of chocolate bars featuring our own baked goods. The crumb of our 100% rye loaf is added to our Ecuador 60% Dark Milk...

The second release in our bakery series of chocolate bars featuring our own baked goods. The crumb of our 100% rye loaf is added to our Ecuador 60% Dark Milk.

The mellow creaminess of the milk chocolate shows off the nuttiness and acidity of the rye grain.

Need to know

Ingredients - cocoa beans, organic cocoa butter, cane sugar, milk powder, breadcrumbs (wheat & Rye flour, natural sourdough starter, sea salt), sea salt. May contain milk, cereals containing gluten, eggs, nuts and sesame seeds.

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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 26th - 29th July

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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.