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Chocolarder's Cornish Honeycomb and Wild Gorse Flower Milk Chocolate Bars

Made in Cornwall, England

Master beekeeper Matt Pitt cares for his colonies of Cornish black bees by using sustainable methods which are stress and chemical free for the good health of his fuzzy compatriots.

Matt supplies fresh tree honey from which to make Chocolarder's own honeycomb, which delivers deep, heavy honey flavours and a pleasing crunch alongside their creamy milk chocolate.


As with all their products, the chocolate is made in their Falmouth factory.


Bursting with deep honey and toffee sweetness with a background of toasted hazelnut.


Cocoa beans, unrefined raw sugar, milk powder, honey and bicarbonate of soda. 70g

Picked by hand in late spring from the prickly hedgerows that line the rugged Cornish coastal path, these small yellow flowers are a real pain in the fingers to harvest!

However, once steeped in cocoa butter pressed from their own beans, the flowers impart their heady warm coconut scent to Chocolarder's milk chocolate for a unique flavour that makes it all worthwhile.


As with all their products, the chocolate is made in their Falmouth factory.


Warming toasted coconut with hints of fudge and roast nut, ending in light red fruit.


Cocoa beans, unrefined raw sugar, milk powder and gorse flowers. 70g

All of their packaging is 100% recyclable and they are very diligent about sticking to their principles, which means that you’ll never see plastic packaging from them—ever.

They use an FSC approved cardboard sleeve, insert, and paper pouch; all produced in the UK. Simplicity is key, no corners have been cut to bring you the best chocolate in the most sustainable packaging.

Since 2012 Chocolarder have been committed to producing the finest chocolate, sustainably and ethically, with complete transparency and by being as responsible as possible about how they do it.

There are no artificial ingredients in their chocolate and there never will be. That’s because they understand that even the smallest choices can make the biggest difference. They source only the best natural ingredients in the most eco-conscious ways to reduce their impact on the environment. That’s what influences every single decision they make.

They endeavour to build a business which both their employees and customers can be proud of. That means upholding their sustainability commitments, sticking to ethical practices, and taking any steps they can to make sure that they're looking after our planet.