Divine Chocolate introduces Christmas 2011 gift range
Divine Chocolate, the chocolate company owned by cocoa farmers, has announce its Christmas 2011range, which this year includes two brand new products.
Divine’s new chocolate box duo contains solid chocolate discs made with dark chocolate and peppermint crisp, and the other containing dark chocolate discs with real raspberry pieces. As with all Divine products, the discs are free from artificial flavourings, colourings and preservatives. A Divine signature is imprinted on each disc – four of the pretty Adinkra symbols from Divine’s packaging decorate the discs giving a hint to Divine’s Ghanaian heritage.
Divine’s Advent Calendar is back with a detailed new colour illustration. An illustrated globe shows the journey from cocoa bean to bar and the celebration of Christmas around the world. Inside each of the 24 windows sits a solid milk chocolate heart (which is suitable for vegetarians) behind which the story of the Nativity is told. On the back of the calendar you can read about how Fairtrade is good for farming.
The boxed chocolate discs and Advent Calendar will be available from Waitrose from the end of September. Also available at Booths, Liberty of London and Oxfam, RRP £4.50 (100g). Both are available for vegetarians.
Other festive offerings are milk chocolate Gold Coins and Christmas Puddings. Divine Gold Coins (RRP £2.00, 75g net) available from Liberty’s and Oxfam. The Christmas Puddings from Divine’s sister brand Dubble are available from Booths and Liberty’s (RRP £2.00, 80g nets).
Divine’s latest 100g bar combines rich dark chocolate with citrusy orange and warming, spicy ginger. It is available at Sainsbury’s supermarkets nationwide (and Sainsbury’s online) RRP £1.69.
The Divine Tropical Collection includes Dark Chocolate-Coated Brazil Nuts, Mangos and Apricots. They are each priced at RRP £4.50 and available from Oxfam and wholefoods stores (suitable for vegetarians). The entire Christmas range can be found online at the Divine Chocolate Shop.