The half-bottle is made from solid white chocolate at the base that’s been carefully coloured with natural carmine to create an ombre effect, while the neck is solid milk chocolate dusted with edible golden glitter.
It comes with a punnet of six white chocolate strawberries. Each item has been lovingly handmade in Choc on Choc’s Somerset factory from the finest ingredients to give that wonderful ‘Oh la la’ factor.
I just love this sight, it gets your juices working the minute you start looking through their goodies, of which there are plenty, including this ‘chocolate make-up set for only £5.99
The Choc on Choc story started in 2003 in a village near Bath in the UK by a father-daughter team, Kerr Dunlop and Flo Broughton. Kerr is an accomplished inventor (in the 1980s he designed the immensely popular hedgehog boot wiper), and was messing around with chocolate in the kitchen one day, with a recently graduated Flo. Together they were filling rubber moulds shaped as noughts and crosses thinking that that they would make rather nice presents for the family.
The pair of them devised a business idea and soon they made enough chocolates to take to a trade show in Birmingham. To their astonishment, they came back from the show with a lot of orders from several shops.
Flo and Kerr had to quickly buy some equipment and teach themselves how to make chocolate in order to delight their new found customers. They also needed to stand out from the crowd, so came up with the original, and now patented, idea of layering chocolate on top of chocolate, creating beautiful and unique designs. Choc on Choc was born!
Their original noughts and crosses product became ‘Love and Kisses’ and is still stocked to this day.