Chocolarder - Milk Chocolate - Cornish Honeycomb 50%

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

He supplies Chocolarder with fresh tree honey from which to make our own honeycomb, which delivers deep, heavy honey flavours and a pleasing crunch alongside our creamy milk chocolate.
In the springtime the Cornish hedgerows hum with the sound of bees doing their good work, so Chocolarder looked for a Cornish beekeeper who could supply them with some delicious local honey from which to make their honeycomb.
Meeting Matt Pitt was a revelation to the maker. Not only could he readily supply the goods, he also came with an abundance of bee expertise and knowledge that turned Chocolarder's foodie interest into bee-vangelical fervour.
Matt keeps Cornish Black Bees, and is working hard to support and encourage their colonies to repopulate Cornwall. This breed of honeybee is naturally resilient to our climate, but numbers have significantly declined, largely due to human interference.
It’s estimated that there are now half the number of bees in the UK that were here just 20 years ago. Threats include non-traditional beekeeping methods and hive transportation that stress the colonies, the importation of non-native bees along with pests and diseases, and the loss of most of our wildflower meadows.


Bursting with deep honey and toffee sweetness with a background of toasted hazelnut.
Bean varietal - Criollo/Trinitario.
Bean origin - Oko Caribe, Dominican Republic. 
Cocoa - 50%
Conch time - 32 hours
Free from: Palm oil, E-mulsifiers, Vegetable fats, Preservatives, Colourings, Refined sugars And most importantly 100% Slavery free.


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

Maker Description

Chocolarder has a mission to make high-quality bean to bar chocolate without compromising on ethics. The company ethically sources cocoa beans from around the world, and uses renovated antique machinery to turn them into award-winning chocolate in its' Falmouth factory. Chocoalder chocolate can be enjoyed safe in the knowledge that you are not inadvertently supporting child slavery or deforestation, farmers are being paid fair wages, and all of our packagings is completely plastic-free.