Chocolarder – Cornish Sea Salt


That perfect balance of salty and sweet, we’ve made 50% Gola Rainforest milk chocolate, and run locally harvested salt crystals throughout. The cacao beans for this chocolate were grown under the canopy of Sierra Leone’s Gola Rainforest National Park. Various charities, including RSPB, have been working with local farmers to grow the cocoa in harmony with the park rather than drive deforestation. In addition, we’ve sprinkled in some Cornish sea salt, which hand-harvested from the protected, open waters of the Atlantic Ocean, just a stone’s throw from our Falmouth chocolate factory.  Inspired by the original methods of harvesting ocean salts, production of these sea salt crystals references century old techniques, delivering the unique mineral profile that creates such a distinctive flavour.

Tasting notes: Rich fudge notes with pockets of zesty salt crystals and a melt in the mouth, creamy finish.

Ingredients: Cocoa beans, unrefined raw sugar, milk powder and sea salt

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  • Best before 01/02/2025

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Although he had a successful career as a pastry chef, Mike started Chocolarder in 2012 as a fun way to spend his days. He sources his cacao beans direct from farmers around the world that use organic and pesticide-free farming methods.As we as being committed to the farmers, and the flavour, Chocolarder is also committed to the environment. They transport their beans from origin to Cornwall in the UK by sail boat, for the lowest possible carbon emissions. In addition, all their packaging is 100% recycled and recylable. See more