As a dedicated disciple of all things chocolaty we think it’s only right that we keep you in the loop with regards to what’s happening in the ever evolving world of cocoa-configured treats. We’ll try to keep you up to speed with what’s all the rage, not to mention all the latest trends and fanciful fads.
The 10 best luxury chocolates
Gorvett & Stone Best mixed box
"Using only the finest Valrhona chocolate, the eccentric Oxford chocolatier produces the best boxes of mixed chocolates on the market"
The Independent November 2010
The Trend: British Chocolatiers
“Rose & violet fondants are made with a skilful light touch, while a treacle tart chocolate has just the right sticky texture. Gorvett's Eton Mess chocolate even has a perceptible meringue crunch.”
Financial Times Magazine (October 2010)
Read reviews of our Berry Peppery, Fresh Cream Truffles & Exploding Chocolate Frogs by visiting www.chocablog.com/reviews
Exploding Frogs Ideal for Christmas
“We loved this ideal stocking-filler. An appetising amphibian that comes with the surprise of tongue-tingling space dust”
Easy Food Magazine (Christmas 2009)
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Keeping It Local
“Matthew and Elinor’s sole aim has only ever been to provide an ecstatic experience for any dedicated disciple of all things chocolaty. Using the finest ingredients that have been sourced both locally and worldwide, they make a range of delicious chocolates in the kitchen at the rear of the shop as well as selling other chocolates and fine confectionary from around the world."
Foodies Magazine (January 2009)
Interview with Elinor
Elinor was interviewed on why decided to start making chocolates and why our chocolates are different from other chocolatiers…plus she gave away her fantastic recipe for her famous Chilli with Chocolate!
Berkshire & Chilterns Life (December 2008)
The Best Artistic Creation is...
'Gorvett & Stone's Geranium Caraques. These discs look amazing, and crack satifyingly into the mouth. The delicate floral motif adds to the sense of luxury.'
Hotel du Vin, du Vin (Issue One)