From popular brands to smaller artisanal chocolatiers, exquisite and delicious treats will be beautifully displayed for gift-giving and enjoying. So whether it’s award-winning drinking chocolate that excites your senses, or the health benefits of bars infused with exotic organic superfoods – there’s no need to put all your eggs in one basket with something for everyone to enjoy. The decadent line-up includes stalls from:
Sir Hans Sloane Chocolate: Hans Sloane, whose presence is felt in Chelsea to this day, was (among other things, including the Royal physician for four Monarchs) a chocolate pioneer who returned from Jamaica in the late 17th century introducing milk chocolate to Europe. Sir Hans Sloane’s is now an award-winning London chocolatier and creator of delicious drinking chocolate, whose original milk chocolate recipe was used by the Cadbury brothers for over 35 years
Diana’s Chocolates: These speciality confections are all lovingly hand-made using the freshest possible ingredients and the finest chocolate. Presented in beautiful packaging they look as wonderful as they taste, making them the perfect gift for any friends or family with a sweet tooth
Lavolio Boutique: Each Lavolio sweet has a delicate sugar-spun shell, handmade in the traditional way. Renowned for its irresistible after-dinner treats, deliciously memorable and its unique gifts, Lavolio will surprise even the most sophisticated foodie. With no artificial flavours or colours, Lavolio is also 100% vegetarian and gluten-free
Other guest stalls for visitors to enjoy include, Black Vanilla, Susie Keane, Bad Brownie and Raw Divalicious – all of whom promise to bring boutique chocolate treats to the Duke of York Square this Easter Saturday.
The Duke of York Square Saturday Fine Food Market will be open for business as usual between 10am and 4pm, with all weekly vendors present, along with a selection of chocolatiers. Entry is complimentary.