Daisy Green News FeedSubscribe to Daisy Green RSS

Owned by cocoa farmers

Made for you (It's chocolate week, let's celebrate!)

Now, there’s nothing I hate more than a buying a chocolate chip cookie to find out that they’re not in fact chocolate chips, but raisins.

So admittedly, I was sceptical about trying Divine chocolate’s ‘white chocolate and mixed berries’ as I’ve always been the type of person to avoid fruit and nut flavour chocolate. But after trying this product I was completely wrong.

With, quite frankly, luscious raspberries, blackcurrants and strawberries smothered in creamy white chocolate- an indulgent snack which is quickly filling, giving the satisfaction of gorging yourself without the guilt of eating a bar which was realistically meant to share. The dried fruit complements the chocolate, only heightening the sweetness of it; not to mention, it’s essentially fruit, so it’s basically counts as one of your five-a-day, right?

For me, the product is perfect for the upcoming cold winter nights with a cup of tea, but can also double as the last minute Christmas gift for that friend you missed off the list. It doesn’t even need to be wrapped! The beautiful red, white and gold ‘Adrinka’ symbols covering the box give the goodies that already festive feel.

The chocolate berries are £4.50, reasonably priced for the quality of chocolate and ethos behind the product; helping the workers and community in Ghana improve areas including farming, water sanitation and education, one bar at a time.

Saving the world by fair trade chocolate? Sounds simply Divine.

Thank you to our latest contributor Emma Rachel Ormie for reviewing this Divine chocolate for us. It’s a hard job but someone had to do it! 

One Response »

  1. My daughter’s first published article! And it’s on chocolate, her first love. Congratulations Emma, I look forward to reading much more of your work.

Leave a Reply