The very best chocolate made in Europe – according to the jury of the International Chocolate Awards. There will be judged several days and the best chocolates that arrive at the Grand Jury via points from the jury will be crowned with a bronze, silver or gold medal.
In our assortment a lot of awards. In this package also a nice number of beautiful award-winning chocolates.
Because our range also includes a number of frequently award winning chocolate makers, we did not select this package on a specific bar but on a chocolate maker.
Friis Holm received medals for his Nicaliso, Chuno, Rugoso, Johe, O ‘Payo and Medagla. In this package you will receive one of those beautiful Friis Holm bars.
friis holm nicaliso nicaragua chocolate prize winner
This package consists of:
1x Friis Holm (22 medals) – The Danish master just won 22 medals for all his fine chocolates with mostly cocoa from Nicaragua. Thus the biggest winner, by far. We also appreciate these chocolate delicacies, and you will taste!
belgian chocolate from coup de chocolat bean to bar fine flavored chocolat jerom 85% pure arhuacos colombia1x Coup de Chocolat (1 medal) – A gold medal for the still relatively new Belgian chocolatiers of Coup de Chocolat. Made from special cocoa from Colombia. It must of course be tested. You receive their Jerome 85%.
black chocolate omnom black n burnt barley
1x Omnom (11 medals) – You must really taste the fantastic chocolates from Omnom from Iceland. The deliciously soft Madagascar milk chocolate, the Caramel milk chocolate with unicorns & rainbows or their illustrious black chocolate.
1x Idilio (1 medal) – The Swiss from Idilio won with their ‘Con Leche # 11’ but in our opinion have more fantastic chocolates in store. So it may well be that we are sending you an Idilio # 12 – our own favorite. Or the # 14 of the famous Chuao cocoa from Venezuela. Anyway: always good.
morin pablino peru 701x Morin (9 medals) – Also in the French Provence something beautiful is made from cocoa. Morin has a penchant for high quality cocoa from Peru, but other origins are transformed into chocolate that is extremely worthwhile!
With these five chocolates you have a wonderful introduction to some of the best chocolate makers in Europe.
You should also know that you pay € 9.50 for a loose Friis Holm chocolate, and € 8.50 for an Omnom. Then you also know why the whole has about this price. And we tell you again: you receive (award-winning) chocolates per maker and not necessarily the chocolate bars depicted.