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Ruby Chocolate By Shocolate

Melbourne family chocolate company, Shocolate, have been making really beautiful chocolates since they established a wholesale business in 2009. Shocolate prefer to say they are creative with couverture and that creativeness extends to the use of a special tangy chocolate derived from ruby cocoa beans, a genuine cocoa variety. Ruby beans have a natural red…

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Koko Black New Australian Flavour

In a brilliant move Koko Black has partnered with chef, Dan Hunter (Brae; ex Royal Mail, Dunkeld) to produce some extraordinary chocolates with a distinctly new Australian flavour. Aniseed myrtle, lemon myrtle, macadamia, finger lime, whipstick wattle, spotted gum honey, Davidson plum and the rather surprising, green ant, feature in individual pralines or chocolate bars….

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Hunted + Gathered fennel seed chocolate

Hunted and Gathered For The Chocolate Connoisseur

Melbourne artisan chocolate makers, Hunted + Gathered, produce some pretty sophisticated chocolate bars. Lovers of rich, dark, single origin chocolate will love the stunning, slightly savoury flavour of their fennel seed chocolate bar or be so intrigued by the salt and pepper bar as to feel like a pioneer in a totally new realm of…

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Xocolatl Opens New Store

Xocolatl Artisan Chocolates and Cafe opened their third store in Hawksburn Village, 611 Malvern Road, near the corner of Malvern and Mathoura Road, Toorak. Madelaine of Xocolatl says: The biggest store of the three, we are not only offering the Xocolatl staples but a range of Single Origin Hot Chocolates as well as Coffee. Still…

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dark cocoa Mork

Mörk Chocolate Ambrosia

Mörk is an answer to Melbourne’s vexing hot chocolate  situation; why when we have such great coffee is it harder to find a hot chocolate that isn’t pale, thin and sickly sweet. Discerning drinkers of chocolate will love what Mörk has to offer – a satisfyingly rich, smooth, dark ambrosia that you will want to…

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