The Urban Guide to the Countryside
Edition

Wouldn’t you though?

13 Apr 2017

The first thing you need to know about the huuuuuge range of chocolate on offer from the Organic Seed & Bean Company is that it tastes great.  Really great. In fact it’s the kind of great that means you wont be sharing this chocolate with the kids or visitors any time soon.  It’s all for you – and perhaps for your loved ones (but only if they’re really good).

There are 21 recipes on offer from these artisans of chocolate.  Not only is every bar ethical, fairtrade, vegan friendly and delicious, it’s also incredibly creative with awesome flavours ranging from Orange & Thyme dark chocolate, Sea salt and Lime milk chocolate, and a really yummy Lemon & Poppy white chocolate.  Details on the full range can be found here.

And get this.  The Seed and Bean company is located in our very own county.  In fact, from their Corby base the company run a really successful on line shop, meaning that it’s even easier for We Muddies to get our hands on their gift boxes, Chocolate Hampers and various other goodies – whether it’s for Easter or any other time of the year.

Although very much a local company, Seed and Bean source their ingredients from all over the world, working closely with smaller Cocoa suppliers and growers to help them produce a far greater yield of a finer, higher quality bean, and so quality is never compromised. In turn they produce locally in small batches – hence the taste sensation which is their range of chocolate.

Hmmm – where to start?

Back on to the subject of Easter, the picture above shows you the slice of chocolate heaven that turned up on my doorstep a few days ago, and now I can vouch for the fact that this chocolate is beyond delicious. In the name of market research, I’ve tried them all and alas cannot name a winner because I love them all so.

Organic Seed and Bean Ltd, 1 Brunel Court, Corby, NN17 4UB

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The Urban Guide to the Countryside -
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