Artisan du Chocolat | Artisan Journal

  • In the pink: Why ruby chocolate is the next big thing in cocoa



    Pink in colour and fruity in taste, ruby chocolate is the up-and-coming trend on cocoa aficionados’ lips. We reveal more about the new kid on the choc
     

    Dubbed “the fourth chocolate type”, ruby chocolate is an exciting new addition to the traditional spectrum of dark, milk and white chocolate varieties. Though the pink-hued confection was first introduced in 2017 in Shanghai, ruby chocolate is still something of a “rising bar” here in the UK. 

  • Walk this way: Artisan du Chocolat locations reopen

    Walk this way: Artisan du Chocolat locations reopen



    It’s official – all three of our shopping experiences are open for business again, much to the delight of chocoholics across the country

    Now here’s something to celebrate – Artisan du Chocolat locations have opened their doors once again. In accordance with the latest government guidelines regarding non-essential shops (though we are firmly of the opinion that chocolate shops are essential!), our stores reopened for business on Monday 12th April, tempting visitors back with our irresistible array of handmade chocolate creations.

  • Mass appeal: The story behind the cocoa liquor used in our chocolates

    Mass appeal: The story behind the cocoa liquor used in our chocolates

    Hard to find and rarely used, pure cocoa mass can take chocolate to a whole new level when used in creative ways. Here, we unwrap this intriguing ingredient

    At Artisan du Chocolat, we delight in doing things differently, whether that’s experimenting with daring flavour combinations or dreaming up colourfully eccentric aesthetics for our eco-friendly packaging. The same can also be said for our choice of ingredients. For instance, did you know that we craft a number of our irresistible chocolates using cocoa liquor, the little-known offshoot of the cocoa bean?

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