We know Pump Street Bakery (from Suffolk, UK) as makers of delicious chocolates with bakery ingredients but definitely also as makers of great origin chocolates. Whether dark or milk, it is wonderfully soft, melts fine and is tasty.
We ourselves always like to taste the chocolate made from cocoa from Jamaica, but we know many more fans for the chocolates with sourdough, the milk chocolate with rye and the Madagascar milk chocolate.
But just as nice for those who love milk chocolate, but prefer not to have milk (as a vegan, or who is lactose intolarant, or who wants to try something different) that Pump Street Bakery is also venturing into a chocolate with oat milk.
This chocolate contains 60% cocoa (Hacienda Limon, Ecuador) and oat milk and of course sugar.
The makers describe the taste experience as “a pleasant fudgy bite and then melts to release the flavors of cinnamon, a soft nuttiness and flavors of cream and porridge.”
The oat milk certainly gives a different experience than, say, conventional milk chocolates, with a slightly different structure, less sweetness, and certainly also the simply taste of oats. We like it, but we also like a plate of porridge for breakfast, with some dark caster sugar, a banana, etc. And so in the chocolate it is not wrong for us either. Although we must also say here, we just go for pure
A nice bar for those who want to discover the beauty of Pump Street, for those who like oat milk chocolate, for those who are vegan or lactose intolerant. And for those who just want to try all the bars from Pump Street because they are so tasty. In addition: cocoa from 1 plantation, Pump Street is also one of the few that makes cocoa butter itself, the packaging is fully compostable. Nice nice.
Ingredients: cocoa beans, cane sugar, cocoa butter, oat powder (from Scotland).
Allergy note: made in an area where milk, gluten, nuts and seeds are also processed.