Rococo Chocolates has come away from the Academy of Chocolates Awards 2013 with four gold medals. Chantal Coady, founder of Rococo chocolates, remarked; “We are delighted to be recognised for our chocolates, especially in the year when we celebrate our 30th anniversary, and it is an honour to be awarded so many gold medals”. Along with this already impressive haul, they received a silver and two bronze medals.
The chocolates awarded gold recognition were created by Rococo’s Principal Chocolatier, Barry Johnson, who has just completed his first year with the artisan company. They are:
Salted Chocolate Toffee & Crunchy Praline – Best Filled Chocolate (Nuts)
Kalamansi Lime Caramel – Best Filled Chocolate (Caramel)
Passion Fruit & Rosemary Caramel – Best Filled Chocolate (Caramel)
The fourth chocolate to receive the top accolade in the Best Unflavoured Dark Truffle category is Rococo’s ever-popular Madagascar House Truffle.
Rococo’s Organic Milk Chocolate Rose Otto Artisan Bar received a silver medal and the bronze medals were awarded to the Organic Milk Chocolate Sea Salt Artisan Bar and to the Rococo Advent Calendar in the Best Packaging (Filled Chocolates) category.
The gold award-winning chocolates are available in their London and Chester shops from this week