The world is awash with chocolate bars so we have sourced a large variety for your consideration, from award-winners such as Amedei and Original Beans, ethical bars from Grenada and Madagascar, to other flavoured and fun bars.
A range of the finest Academy award winning chocolates from around the world taste the difference.
A special range of chocolates and chocolate bars from producers who care and protect the enviroment.
One of the oldest chocolate brands in Europe, founded in 1797. A Spanish "bean to bar" producer packaged in reproduction wrappers used in the 19th Century.
Amedei is an Italian producer of fine chocolate made with rare cocoa beans and providing distinctive tastes.
Butlers Chocolates is Ireland’s favourite luxury chocolatier and in 2012 celebrated 80 years of purveying chocolate happiness. As well as delectable milk, dark and white speciality chocolate assortments, Butlers Chocolates produce decadently creamy toffee, velvety soft fudge, deliciously moreish chocolate filled and solid chocolate bars, enticing milk chocolate truffles delicately flavoured with famous liquors and delightful seasonal collections at Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day and Easter!
This is a Belgian producer founded in 1995 manufacturing no added sugar bars and stevia sweetened bars to traditional methods
Beech’s Fine Chocolates has been making quality Traditional British Chocolates from theri factory in the centre of Preston, Lancashire since 1920. All Beech’s products are made using only 100% natural ingredients . All products are also gluten free, suitable for vegetarians and most of their dark products are also suitable for vegans and are marked with the Vegan Society logo.
A quality product from one of Belgium's leading chocolatiers.
This is a Belgian family company set up in 1996 and focussing on producing no added sugar chocolate. This has expanded to devloping the Stevia range, producing good bars of chocolate, often with some really zingy flavours.
Chocolate and Love is excellent quality, ethically made, organic chocolate at an affordable price. The seven delicious 100g variants include two pure chocolate bars – 80% Panama and 71% Rich Dark and five others with stunning flavours mixed into them, all of which are wrapped in bespoke hand-painted designs.
Chocolatier Robert SA has been producing Cocoa in Madagascar since 1940 and produces the chocolate on the island and has won recent awards for its produce.
Founded in Belgium in 1883 this is a Belgian chocolate favourite, although, like Cadbury's in the UK, it is now owned by Mondelez Internaional. Still the bars are very moreish and typical of the Belgian taste.
Their first fairtrade bar was launched in 1998 and they have continued to be a mainstream bar with a heart of gold.
A Belgian brand using the minimum of sugar to bring out the flavours of thier gourmet inventions.
First started in 1991 the company focussed on producing organic chocolate bars. The company was sold in 2005 to Cadbury's, now Kraft, although the founder remained as President. It continues to provide organic and Fairtrade bars.
Simple but gorgeous chocolate bars with wrappers giving a greeting.
We think this is the only chocolate producer that is a worker co-operative, so it’s better than Fairtrade. Taste the difference.
Delicious bars, includiing no added sugar, from this well known and loved belgian chocolate company.
Leonidas chocolates are crafted using only the very finest fresh ingredients. Real Belgian chocolate, vanilla from Madagascar, oranges from Valencia and almonds from California… blended by their Maître Chocolatier with over 100 years of Leonidas family knowhow. Today, Leonidas still believe in that same generosity of spirit that came from their beginnings in Belgium.
Founded in 1879 this Swiss chocolate maker discovered that a longer conching time produced a more softer chocolate, a chocolate that would melt in your mouth.
This is one of the only fine chocolates that are Made in Africa, Try something different today.
Originally a French company that started in 1816, it had a significant place in French chocolate history. The inter and post war years saw its decline before eventually being purchased by Nestle and moved to Switzerland.
Meybona, founded in 1923, is a "Bean-to-bar" producter in Germany, focusing on bars with a strong cocoa flavour with a Conching time from 24 to 48 hours. The bars are free from preservatives, free from foreign fats (they only use pure cocoa butter). These bars are also Organic.
An English producer of a large range of dairy free, gluten free and vegan chocolates using rice milk rather than cow’s milk.
The company was set up in the 1960’s to produce an alternative to dairy milk, producing milk from plants, the original ‘soya milk’ called Plant Milk. PLAnt MILk became Plamil Foods. All their chocolates are dairy free and gluten free, and produced in thier own 'no nuts' factory. The velvety textured, superb tasting chocolates do not contain any dairy ingredient nor are any used in production as a processing aid. So they're suitable for those allergic to dairy milk chocolate as well as vegans and vegetarians
An increasingly popular brand in the UK from USA manufacturer Hershey.
This company was founded in 2005 with the ambition of only producing chocolate that is Fairtrade and organic.
A Spanish family firm that traces its roots back to 1840. In the 1970's it also purchased Chocolate Amatller which had its own pedigree in Spanish chocolate production.
A spicy range of chocolate.
Founded in 1890, Chocolates Torras is a chocolate pioneer. Chocolates Torras was the first chocolate maker in Spain to commercialize a range of “sugar free” cocoa derivatives and has continued to develop this area with the introduction of its Stevia based range.
Vannucci produces great tasting chocolate that is not mass produced thereby retaining an artisan flavour.
Vivani use ingredients are organically grown and certified, Cocoa varieties are of top quality and are used in an optimum ratio of mixture. They deliberately exclude lecithin, especially soy lecithin in most of their products, they do not use genetically engineered ingredients.
The brand of producer Willie Harcourt-Cooze with a range of wild, expressive and alive bars.
This Austrian artisan has a range of over 300 bars and has tastes that can only be described as a chocolate revolution.