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Choc Amor wins Great Taste Award

The world’s most coveted blind-tasted food awards celebrate the very best in food and drink and with 12,500 products were judged this year.

Mawdesley-based chocolate-maker Choc Amor has walked away with two prestigious Great Taste Awards., making them one of the biggest winners in Lancashire and the only chocolatier to win a coveted 2-star award!

2-star award for ‘Brown Butter and Nibs’

1-star award for ‘Tonka Bean’

In what was obviously a very successful move, Head chocolatier Paul made a career-switch from financier to chocolatier. This is what he had to say abouthis recent win:

“This is the sixth year we have entered and the sixth year we have won. We are up there with some of the biggest names in the UK.

“Winning these has now taken us to 15 Great Taste Awards in total which we are really proud of.”

Since the awards were launched in 1994 more than 110,000 products have been blind-tasted by panels of specialists. They include top chefs, cookery writers, food critics, restaurateurs and fine food retailers. This years panel of Great Taste judges included TV chef and author Valentine Warner, MasterChef judge and restaurant critic Charles Campion and Great British Bake Off winner Frances Quinn.

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