IMG_5478It was a very proud moment for Chantal Coady OBE, owner and creative director of Rococo Chocolates, and Barry Johnson, principal chocolatier at Rococo Chocolate when they were presented with Gold medals for two of their delicious products from the International Chocolate Awards during The Chocolate Show.

International Chocolate Awards   –   Gold Best in the World                      

Dark Cardamom Bar

Mandarin and Tonka Caramel

And it did not stop there a silver medal was also awarded for the

Spice Island Bar

During the show there were other challenges and again Rococo proved a force to be reckoned with, Barry’s praline cigar won 2nd place in the:

Great British Spice Chocolate Challenge

2nd place     –     Hazelnut, orange and Lebkuchen spiced praline cigar.

Chantal and Barry would like to offer their congratulations to Zara Snell who, at only 19 years old, won the Spice Challenge a great achievement. Well Done! She is surely one to watch!

And not only is Rococo producing the best chocolate, they are also the fastest – proved so well by Sam Smallman, retail and events manager, in the truffle rolling competition which he won convincingly.

A great end to a very successful Chocolate Week


Christmas Joy


Christmas is a time for sharing the good things in life with family and friends. Rococo Chocolates new “Food of the Gods” box of couture ganaches will bring a smile on everyone’s face when handed round the dinner table.


 You can choose whatever are your favourites when visiting one of the Rococo shops.  The couture ganaches are freshly made by Rococo’s “Principal Chocolatier” Barry Johnson and his team. Some are even made with cocoa from Rococo’s own farm in Grenada.  The wide variety includes “International Chocolate awards 2012”, Silver medal winning flavours: Rose and Cocoa Nib and Madagascar House Truffle.


A small box will retail at around £22.50 for 16 – 20 chocolates and a large box £32.50 for 22-28 chocolates, depending on weight.

A perfect gift and after dinner treat.