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International Chocolate Awards - Winning Chocolates

The International Chocolate Awards is an independent competition recognising excellence in fine chocolate making and in the products made with fine chocolate. It is the world’s only fully independent international fine chocolate competition.

To find out more about International Chocolate Awards, here's one of their official videos taken in 2016 (and Russell, our head chocolatier, was featured in one of the interviews too):

Bangkok - Mango & Passion Fruit Caramel ChocolateGenoa - Basil Ganache Chocolate

In 2015, we entered the International Chocolate Awards for the first time, and two of our chocolate products have won prizes:


New York - Apple & Calvados Caramel ChocolateHong Kong - Soy Caramel ChocolateKagoshima - Yuzu & Pink Peppercorn Chocolate

In 2016, we entered the International Chocolate Awards again, and three of our filled chocolates have first won awards at the British National Competition, and then repeated their success at the World Final in London in October 2016:


In 2017, we have won 3 awards at the British National Competition:

  • "Cape Town" (Curry & Raisins) won the Gold award in the "Milk chocolate ganaches or truffles" category. Out of the 3 chocolates that made it to the Grand Jury panel, this is the only chocolate that won an award.

  • "Rio de Janeiro" (Banana Cardamom) won the Gold award in the "Milk chocolate enrobed caramels" category. This is a new flavour for 2017, inspired by our trip to this beautiful Brazilian city at Christmas 2016.

  • "Sydney" (Mint & Miso) won a Bronze award in the "Ganaches or truffles using mixed dark/milk/white for coating and fillings" category. This chocolate also won a Silver award at the Academy of Chocolate awards.

For the World Final, Rio de Janeiro won a Silver award, and Sydney repeated its success with a Bronze award at this international level.