Helen’s Chocolates, Ash Street, Bowness
On Windermere, Cumbria, LA23 3EB

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“The chocolates are delightful, thank you ever so much for getting them to me so quickly. This is the third select your own gift box I have purchased. Thank you Paul and Helen for your great customer service. I'm going to try your homemade fudge next time it looks delightful ” Sandra K - Birmingham, West Midlands

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What your Choice of Chocolate...

What your Choice of Chocolate...

Have you ever given someone a box of chocolates only to find that 86% of the chocolates never leave the box? Remember the last time you received a box yourself only to trawl through the selection menu and pick out all your favourites? Lets be honest for a moment. As much as we all love a good box of chocolates the facts are we never like everything that’s inside. Maybe you’ve got a ‘thing’ for White Chocolate Truffle? Perhaps your penchant is a Dark Chocolate Almond Praline? Or maybe you just adore the magnificence of a good old' Milk Chocolate Fudge. I know some people who – if they had the choice – would simply get a... Read more

12:14 30/10/15

It’s All About Quality When...

It’s All About Quality When...

There’s no doubt we all love a bit of chocolate from time to time. Some of us even enjoy it on a more regular basis. And that’s understandable. There’s nothing quite as luxurious as handmade dragees – chocolate nibbles coated in milk, dark or white chocolate – after a stressful day or a treat at the end of a busy weekend. It’s pretty hard pressed to find someone that doesn’t like chocolate. That why in the UK alone the average person consumes 16.3 pounds of chocolate per year. That’s the equivalent of about 264 Daim bars (28g)… That’s a whole lot of chocolate no matter which way you look at it. Remember this... Read more

12:23 01/03/16

The Journey of Chocolate - from...

The Journey of Chocolate - from...

Have you ever wondered where chocolate comes from? And by that we don’t mean the corner shop, the supermarket or the petrol station. We mean have you ever stopped to really think about the where your chocolate comes from? When you take that smooth, velvety goodness out of its packaging and pop it in your mouth, do you ever stop to consider how far it’s travelled? How many people have worked to get that chocolate from the ground, across the seas and into your mouth? No. Of course you probably haven’t. No one really does. Most people go off the theory, ‘see chocolate, eat chocolate.’ That’s a theory we can completely... Read more

12:20 30/10/15