23rd December

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Cocoa was first taken across the Pacific by early Spanish conquistadors, pockets of lighter, creamier beans can be found cultivated in these areas ahead of industrial cultivation of the 20th Century that spread with higher yielding varieties.

Growing on volcanic soil of the islands of Indonesia can contribute deep, rich chocolate flavours. High rainfall in places like Papua New Guinea lead to smoky flavours from the fires used in the drying process.

If you looking for a chocolate inspired starter for Christmas day why not have a go at creating our chocolate balsamic dressing. It's best served over toasted ciabatta and freshly chopped tomatoes! Visit our advent pages online for more details.

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