75g Vegan Dark Chocolate - Gin & Tonic


The perfect gift for any occasion for a Gin lover!

We combine the finest juniper, lemon and lime with our house 70% single-origin organic fair-trade dark chocolate from Ecuador to give our take on the classic Gin & Tonic. This has a strong juniper flavour! 

Organic dark chocolate (Cocoa mass, raw cane sugar, cocoa butter, vanilla extract, emulsi­fier: sunflower lecithin 0.1%), organic juniper oil (<1%), lime oil (<1%). Min. Cocoa solids 70%. 

Allergens: Please see ingredients in bold

Made in a factory that processes tree nuts, peanuts, seeds, soya, wheat and milk. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Does not contain alcohol. Store in a cool dry place. 

The inspiration behind Love Cocoa comes from founder James Cadbury's great-great-great grandfather John Cadbury, who setup Cadbury chocolate nearly 200 years ago. The philanthropist built Cadbury on great ethical grounds, looking after its workforce and improving civil rights.

James continues his family legacy by making his single origin chocolate both delicious and sustainable - their beautiful packaging is completely plastic free and no palm oil is used in its production.

''We use the highest quality, single origin chocolate, ethically and sustainably sourced from Colombia and Peru. The chocolate industry is dominated by many multinationals. We work with a small family run business who have a long and respectful relationship with all members of the value chain.

The commercial chocolate industry is also shrinking our rainforests and
seriously contributing to global warming. In the face of climate change,
we want to do our part to help save the environment and reverse
deforestation to ensure chocolate can be enjoyed by generations to

The problem begins right at the source: with the farming of the humble
cocoa bean. We aim to tackle this issue head on by planting one tree
for every product sold. To increase awareness of this worldwide
deforestation, the campaign will be promoted through our packaging,
social media and the press.
Together we can create a fairer, more sustainable chocolate industry!''