Raw Chocolate Taster Bag

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A great raw chocolate gift

We've taken three of our popular raw chocolate goodies and combined them in a stylish jute bag.

  • A tin of raw cacao hot chocolate
  • Raw cacao nib grinder
  • Yummy Scrummy

A great gift for an existing raw chocolate fan, or the perfect way to experience raw chocolate for the first time.

Each gift bag comes with a tin of Raw Cacao Hot Chocolate (you can choose the flavour), a Raw Cacao Nib Grinder and a bar of our award winning Yummy Scrummy.

Our Yummy Scrummy Raw Chocolate Brownie is just awesome and twice won a Gold in the Taste of the West Awards. Free from refined sugar, dairy, gluten, soya and anything artificial, so just right for vegans, lactose intolerance and coeliacs. Give it a try, we're sure you won't be disappointed!

Ingredients

Raw Cacao Butter & Powder & Nibs*, Dates*, Walnuts*, Raisins*, Goji Berries, Brazil Nuts*, Natural Fruit Extracts (apples, grapes & carob)

* Grown to ecological standards & agrochemical free or certified organic

Allergens in Bold

Nutritional Info

 yummy scrummy nutritional info

Choose from one of our three award winning raw cacao hot chocolates. Each has a base of raw cacao powder and Indonesian coconut blossom sugar, and then hand blended in small batches with carefully selected spices.

Original Flavour - Our Classic Hot Chocolate Recipe

Carefully selected raw cacao powder, coconut blossom sugar and premium vanilla.

Spiced Flavour - a warming winter hot chocolate

Carefully selected raw cacao powder, coconut blossom sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg and premium vanilla.

Fiery Flavour - with a Wiltshire chilli kick

We've brought together the same core base for our other raw hot chocolate varieties, that is raw cacao powder and coconut palm sugar, with some fabulous Jamaican Red Chilli Powder grown by our great friends at The Wiltshire Chilli Farm.

The raw cacao nib grinder comes in a glass jar with a dual setting grinder on top, allowing you to have a fine or coarse grind. After cacao beans are sun-dried, they are gently fermented at low temperature before being crushed and the papery skins removed, forming what are called Cacao Nibs.