Monday, 28 July 2014

Beechs Fine Chocolate Review*

Last month I was very kindly sent some items from Beechs Fine Chocolate to try out and review. They currently have some new chocolate bars which come in a variety of flavours. I was sent the Dark Chocolate, Dark Chocolate Ginger, Dark Chocolate Chilli and Lime, Milk Chocolate, Milk Chocolate Anglesey Sea Salt and the White Chocolate.

Beech's Fine Chocolates have been making Traditional British Chocolates since the 1920's. All products that are made only have natural colours and flavours, finest raw materials and chocolate and they are sourced from suppliers who care about the environment, because of this they work with people who are eco-friendly and support sustainable farming methods. This ensures there is zero/minimal impact on the environment. I think it is great that they ensure they protect and do no harm to the environment while still producing great quality chocolate! 
I was so excited to receive these, I was happy with the variety we were sent as there were a few flavours I hadn't tried before and probably wouldn't even consider. I was also very impressed by the size of these bars, they are 60g and I would say you could get a few servings out of these, especially the stronger flavoured ones. You can't have as much of it at one time as you might be able to with the plain flavoured chocolate. 

I loved the packaging of these bars, I think the colours are really nice and the design overall fits in very well with the brand. They look modern yet classical too which I really liked. 

We tried the Milk Chocolate and the White Chocolate first, just because these are the typical bars we would pick up in a shop. Me and George both loved these and as George loves white chocolate, he was always going to like this. They were both really smooth and just melted in the mouth, they tasted so good! Next we tried the Dark flavour. I really like dark chocolate and I am always hearing about how it is better for you than milk chocolate so I do try to have it as an alternative sometimes. I did like this flavour but it is very strong and not something I could have all the time. Aswell as the plain dark we received the Ginger flavour and Chilli and Lime flavour. Neither of us were too keen on the Ginger dark chocolate, it just wasn't for us. I was a bit sceptical of the Chilli and Lime before we tried it but I was impressed. I loved the flavour of lime, it wasn't too strong but you could definitely taste a hint of it throughout the bar and the chilli wasn't too strong either. The last bar we tried was the Anglesey Sea Salt, this was our favourite. I loved that there was a bit of saltiness when you ate it but it wasn't too much and it didn't overpower the flavour of the milk chocolate. I will be purchasing this bar in the future for sure!

Overall, we were really happy with these bars. We did have our favourites in the sea salt, milk and white but I am glad we got to try the more unusual flavours too. They have a big range of other products to buy which I will be having a look at in the future!

Check out their website here for more information and other products.

*I was sent a selection of bars to try from Beechs, I only feature products I feel are relevant to me and my blog

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