5 Happy Beans | Part 3 | Suppliers

5 Happy Beans | Part 3 | Suppliers

The Colombians drink hot chocolate every day, in the same way as we drink tea, therefore the government prioritised it as an important food production service, allowed to produce throughout the corona virus pandemic.
5 Happy Beans | Part 2 | Our Team

5 Happy Beans | Part 2 | Our Team

I called Chocolate Society Superstars and general morale boosters, Shelley & Sarah, for a chat about how they’ve coped with the Coronavirus lockdown. The answer seems to be ‘very well’ and both Shelley & Sarah have said that they’ve actually had a ‘lovely time'...
5 Happy Beans | Part 1 | Customers

5 Happy Beans | Part 1 | Customers

The five beans of the cocoa pod in our logo stand for the 5 pillars of our business, customers, staff, suppliers, the environment and innovation. We spoke to one of our customers, Leon, about how he's found the lockdown over the course of the pandemic.
Things to do in Bruton, Somerset

Things to do in Bruton, Somerset

If you're looking for a Somerset staycation, look no further than beautiful Bruton in Somerset, England. Find amazing, cultural, foodie, rural weekends away in the UK, accessible by train. From world class art galleries to farm-to-table dining, Bruton has it all...
10 Reasons to shop independent

10 Reasons to shop independent

As a small business ourselves with lots of independent collaborators and partners, we know the benefits of shopping independent first-hand.  There’s many more than 10 reasons, but to summarise, here are a few of the most convincing reasons.
Hot Chocolate Pudding - Recipe

Hot Chocolate Pudding - Recipe

Make this easy dinner party dessert with only two ingredients. Whether you choose to make it a vegan-friendly pudding, or a luxurious treat for after-hours, It couldn’t be easier!
In conversation with Fromie Gifts

In conversation with Fromie Gifts

After a considerable pause, the dust is beginning to settle after a frenetic few months. We reached out to Nicky of Fromie Gifts for a chat. Nicky has been collaborating with local brands like us for several years, compiling some really beautiful gift boxes, jam packed with small, independent makers who can really make a difference to their communities. Having made the decision to move away from her physical shop in the high street and instead, moving her business online, I asked Nicky a few questions about how she’s found running her business in the wake of Corona virus and it seems that her passion is still alive and well…      Dani: What do you love most about where we live? Nicky: Frome has such a free rebellious spirit that combined with a positive attitude makes it an exciting place to live and work. There’s always something bubbling underneath the surface! Dani: What is your business and what does it mean to you? Nicky: With Fromie Gifts, I created a space on the high street that champions community and showcases local makers and suppliers. I believe opportunity is for everyone and personally, it makes me happy that I get to tick my 3 business pillars of creativity, community and collaboration every day. Dani: How have you coped as a business and adapted to Covid 19 and the new safety measures it requires? Nicky: My online store was in place pre lockdown so that was a God send, I simply moved all my stock to my home and set up shop in my spare bedroom! We also began a local delivery service that has remained in place and is proving more popular week on week. Dani: Why would you say it’s vital to continue to support local and independent retailers? Nicky: Supporting each other encourages a thriving local economy, whether that’s online or on the high street, it makes our towns nicer places to visit, work and live. Independents create local jobs and you can shop with other indies and get involved in our communities too. Big chains are much better equipped take the strain, we can’t. It’s a case of use it or lose I’m afraid. It’s simple and it’s easy, so please, whether it’s on the high street or online #shoplocal Dani: What’s your favourite gift combination including something from our range? Nicki: During lockdown I was selling a lot of our ‘Comfort and Caffeine’ gift box which contains The Chocolate Society’s Salted Caramel bar, a beautiful handmade ‘Frome’ mug with internal orange glaze, and a bag of Girls Who Grind coffee. The contents, the price point and the sentiment just hit the mark in a period when many of us needed to feel connected and comforted. It was the perfect present with an emotional context. Dani: Now finally, the really important stuff, what’s your favourite flavour of our chocolate? Nicky: My favourite is the Rosemary & Sea Salt as I love chocolate but as I’ve got older I have less of a sweet tooth than I used to. I like the contrast of flavours and the packaging is so delicate in colour it makes me feel more virtuous about eating it all in one go! To browse Nicky's beautiful gift collections, visit her online shop at fromie.co.uk
Box of the Month wins Indy Best Buy 2020!
Box of the Month

Box of the Month wins Indy Best Buy 2020!

We’ve been selected by The Independent as their Indy Best Buy for the ‘8 best chocolate subscription boxes that are so good, you won't want to share’. Joanne Gould nominated the Chocolate Society as the best chocolate subscription box 2020!
A little gesture goes a long way – Why should I invest in corporate branded chocolate?

A little gesture goes a long way – Why should I invest in corporate branded chocolate?

Corporate branded chocolate can massively elevate your brand event, improve your staff morale and even reduce your impact on the environment when gifting.  Take your business event to the next level with The Chocolate Society's white label service.

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