12 chocolate truffles

£10.00

Contains 2 of each delicious flavour plus 2 more to share or hide for later.

Treat yourself or show someone you care with our range of white, milk and dark chocolates beautifully presented in a gift box and finished with a hand tied purple bow.

Description

Ingredients: Allergens in bold. Dark chocolate (cocoa mass; sugar; cocoa butter; emulsifier; soya lecithin; natural vanilla flavouring) Milk chocolate (sugar, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, cocoa mass, emulsifier, soya lecithin, natural vanilla flavouring) White chocolate (sugar, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, emulsifier, soya lecithin, natural vanilla flavour), water; sugar; stem ginger; banana puree; pineapple puree; coffee; glucose syrup; butter (milk); cream (milk); desiccated coconut; non-GMO alcohol, peppermint oil; natural lime oil; natural lemon oil; cardamom; icing sugar; cinnamon

About Grace Chocolates

Exquisite chocolates and truffles supporting women involved in the Scottish criminal justice system.

Grace Chocolates founder, Joyce, began volunteering at the family Hub centre at Cornton Vale HMP and YOI when it opened in 2013. Until that point she had no involvement with the criminal justice system but hearing the stories of the women and their families touched her heart.

By 2017 the idea of supporting the women through the making and selling of “exquisitely wrapped chocolates” had been planted. She began speaking with people who knew a thing or two about the criminal justice system and expected to be told it was a daft idea that would never work. On the contrary: everyone was full of encouragement and support. Some thought she was crazy but helped anyway and less than a year after the first conversation the first Grace Chocolates were being produced.

Grace Chocolates

Exquisite chocolates and truffles supporting women involved in the Scottish criminal justice system. Grace Chocolates founder, Joyce, began volunteering at the family Hub centre at Cornton Vale HMP and YOI when it opened in 2013. Until that point she had no involvement with the criminal justice system but hearing the stories of the women and their families touched her heart. By 2017 the idea of supporting the women through the making and selling of “exquisitely wrapped chocolates” had been planted. She began speaking with people who knew a thing or two about the criminal justice system and expected to be told it was a daft idea that would never work. On the contrary: everyone was full of encouragement and support. Some thought she was crazy but helped anyway and less than a year after the first conversation the first Grace Chocolates were being produced.
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