Coco Chocolate – gluten free
The first time I walked into Coco Chocolate in Kirribilli it was in the middle of summer and therefore it was some ridiculously high temperature outside. As I walked into the air conditioned Coco Chocolate store I gave a sigh of relief to which the friendly staff member noted that they always keep their shop at an optimum temperature for the chocolate.
After cooling down a little my first question, as it always seems to be these days, was whether their chocolate is gluten free. As I took in all the colour and smell I was relieved to hear the answer was yes – that pretty much all of their chocolate is gluten free.
Then came the difficult part, trying to decide what I wanted to purchase, there were so many options.
Since my first visit to Coco Chocolate I have tried a number of their flavours and there are so many of them which I love. But I will name a few of them for you; milk chocolate with caramel, pinenut & seasalt, white chocolate with cardamon and cinnamon, coco rose and violet creams and milk chocolate with lavender.
Not only do they have a number of unusually delicious flavours, but their chocolate in general is amazing – it is very hard to stop eating after a few pieces.
I noticed online that Coco Chocolate has a special selection of chocolates for Valentine’s Day including The Aphrodisiac Collection – a collection of chocolates which all contain an ingredient with aphrodisiac qualities or references….
Coco Chocolate have stores in Mosman and Kirribilli in Australia and Edinburgh in the UK. You can also order online from:
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