Dark Chocolate with a Hint of Peppermint – Vegan Friendly
A Show under the Stars.
55% Dark Chocolate with a Hint of Peppermint. The ideal chocolate bar for an evening picnic, and where better than while enjoying a performance at the spectacular Minack Theatre! This iconic Cornish amphitheater is somewhere my family and I love to visit every year, it’s a truly magical experience and one not to be missed when in Cornwall. 100% Vegan Friendly!
Smooth dark chocolate made with 55% cocoa solids, balanced with a hint of natural peppermint oil. 100% Vegan Friendly
Cocoa mass, sugar, cocoa butter, soya lecithin, natural flavours (vanilla & peppermint). 55% cocoa solids. Allergens highlighted in bold, may contain milk, nuts, peanuts and gluten.
|Nutritional information||per 100g|
|Energy||2,249 kJ / 543 kcal|
|of which saturates||21.4g|
|of which sugars||44.0g|
Nutritional values by calculation. Suitable for Vegans
Cornish moments in chocolate!
Josh makes the most delicious milk and dark chocolate bars on the family farm, where Callestick Icecream is made too! Made with the very best ingredients and delicious flavour combinations, they are then beautifully presented with quirky artwork and catchy names.
Chocolate that melts in the mouth and makes a wonderful gift!
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