Along with the garden and farmland bird eggs these are part of the Chocolate Detective’s Curated Collection – her very favourite products from a lifetime of tasting chocolate.
The Chocolate Detective writes,
Brightly billed purring puffins are my favourite seabird with their cute, clown-like appearance. They pair up for life and raise just one precious Puffling a year. One of my secret haunts, Lundy Island in the Bristol Channel, takes its name from the Old Norse word for Puffin, and is an important breeding ground for these beautiful rare creatures.
Artwork is by Madeleine Floyd who has two lovely books of bird illustrations, ‘Birdsong’ and ‘Chickens, Ducks and Geese.’
Sugar, cocoa mass, caramel 12% (sugar, water, dextrose), concentrated butter (MILK), cocoa butter, whole MILK powder, glucose syrup, enrobing agents (gum arabic, carnauba wax, beeswax, shellac), starches, emulsifier: SOYA lecithin, ‘fleur de sel’ salt, natural vanilla flavouring, colouring ingredients (safflower, lemon, radish, blackcurrant and apple concentrates, BARLEY malt extract and E150c.).
See capitalised ingredients. May also contain traces of gluten, tree nuts, peanuts, eggs and sesame seeds as these are handled in our kitchens.
Per 100g: Energy 482 kcal, Fat 24g of which saturates 15g, Carbohydrates 61g of which sugars 58g, Protein 3.9g, Salt 0.18g
Part of the Chocolate Detective Curated Collection