Honeycomb Dip Sweets:
What happens when you find that one of your products is a runaway success? In the case of Mighty Fine, the founders started by running a small chocolate shop in Camden. Of their product range, one, in particular, seemed to constantly sell out. Their handmade honeycomb was constantly in demand.
Now there’s a range of three tasty artisan honeycomb chocolates – all made with natural ingredients and real honey. I’ve been trying them and I love them all. There’s a gentle, creamy milk chocolate, a dark chocolate which contrasts beautifully with the sweet honeycomb and my personal favourite, salted caramel.
All of them are handcrafted in beautiful copper pots, using dollops of honey (rather than just sugar as found in most honeycomb) and the recipe is based on traditional techniques, perfected after thousands of hours in the kitchen, to ensure a good crunch every time.
And, mighty Fine Honeycomb are also committed to the environment, so 5% of profits are donated to Friends of the Honeybee, a campaign organised by the British Beekeepers Association to halt the decreasing number of Britain’s honey bees and other pollinators and build a better future for them.
You should find the range in Waitrose from the end of May, but just in case you can’t I’ve got 3 sets of each flavour to give away. All you need to do is follow the rafflecopter through, remembering to leave the mandatory blog comment;)
a Rafflecopter giveaway