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GNAW: New Chocolates For The Festive Season

PUBLISHED: 18:34 30 October 2012 | UPDATED: 22:04 21 February 2013

GNAW: New Chocolates For The Festive Season

GNAW: New Chocolates For The Festive Season

Ho ho ho...it's good tidings for chocolate-lovers...

Ho ho hoits good tidings for chocolate-lovers. GNAW Chocolate is to launch three brand spanking new varieties for the festive season:The Speckled Pud Bar,TheSnowberry Driftand theCaramel Hot Choc Shot.


The Speckled Pud Baris rather like a chocolaty version of a Christmas Pudding; milk chocolate bursting with cranberries, almonds, mixed peel and sultanas.


The Snowberry Driftis an altogether different treat; white chocolate with pieces of strawberry and crunchy honeycomb.


The Caramel Hot ChocShotmeanwhile, is a creamy, caramel hot chocolate lolly, ideal for dunking into a warm drink.


And, with more than 30 other flavours in the GNAW range, including some which are entirely original, such asGnawfolk Chilli, Banoffee PieandFudge Crunch- plus the other usual favourites,Rocky Road, Fudge Crunch&Crystallised Ginger- gifting someone withsome handcrafted GNAW chocolate is almost certain to raise a smile. It certainly beats your average pair of socks!


The chocolates are available in over 600 retailers across the UK - a full list of stockists is available atwww.gnawfolkchocolate.co.uk.


GNAWs chocolatiers are a passionate bunch. They carefully select only the most scrumptious ingredients, and wherever possible, use local produce, like Norfolk chilli peppers. And rather than sprinkle a few bits on top of the bars, they properly mix the ingredients together.

Theyre also pretty inventive; always coming up with new varieties to add to the range. Chocolate-lovers should keep an eye out!


The full range consists ofBars(RRP 2.99),Hot Choc Shots(RRP 1.99 - 2.19) andChocolate Buttons(RRP2.99). Heres the full list of flavours:


Milk Chocolate Bars:


Milk Chocolate, Peanut Butter, Gnawfolk Lavender, Jelly Bean, The Croc Bar, The Love Bar, Marzipan, The Rocky Road, No Added Sugar, Banoffee Pie, Gnawfolk Chilli, Fudge Crunch and The Speckled Pud.


White Chocolate Bars:


White Chocolate, Chilli & Lime, The Love Bar, Lemon Meringue, Mint Choc Chip, Go Bananas, No Added Sugar, Cherry Bomb and The Snowberry Drift.


Dark Chocolate Bars:


Dark Chocolate, Chilli & Lime, Crystallised Ginger, Coffee & Mint, High Cocoa 80% and Marzipan.


Somebarsrequire a little explaining!


The Banoffee Pie bar is a layer of delicious caramel chocolate, topped with a layer of banana infused white chocolate; the Chilli and Lime bar, gives the perfect combination of refreshing lime with a chilli kick; the Mint Choc Chip bar, is a white chocolate based bar, with natural mint and delightful dark chocolate chips; the Rocky Road has soft marshmallows and real vanilla fudge; the Croc Bar, has scrummy jelly crocs swimming in milk chocolate, and the Love Bar, which is milk chocolate with chewy red hearts.


TheHot Choc Shotswith marshmallows, are available in Milk, Dark, Marbled, Milk Chocolate Orange, Milk Chocolate Mint and Caramel.


TheChocolate Buttonsare available in Dark, Milk, White and Caramel. And for those who like both, theres the Mixed variety.

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