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Dorset-based House of Dorchester have been mentioned in several articles on Chocolatier.co.uk and also kindly participated in some of our chocolate competitions.

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Competition: Win House of Dorchester Marc de Champagne Truffles

February 7 2014

Just in time for Valentine’s Day is this competition where you can win a box of delicious Marc De Champagne truffles. Kindly made available by House of Dorchester, who have unveiled a new look for their product range this year, the truffles are infused with Marc de Champagne wrapped twice in thick creamy British milk chocolate and gently rolled in icing sugar. The chocolates are made in Britain at Poundbury, […]

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Competition: Win House of Dorchester’s Coronation Praline Chocolate Crowns

May 29 2013

IT’s the  50th anniversary of House of Dorchester and the British chocolatiers want you to join in the celebrations! The company can trace its history all the way back to 1963 when they first opened “The Dorchester Maid”, a chocolate shop on Dorchester High Street where a maid would sit in the shop front making chocolates. Half a century later, House of Dorchester chocolates are widely available in supermarkets, department […]

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2013’s Valentine’s Day Chocolates

February 8 2013

Alongside red roses, chocolate has become the iconic gift for Valentine’s Day. Chocolatier.co.uk surveyed the Valentine’s Day chocolate scene to see what was out there this year. Whether you’re looking for a little treat for your loved one or an indulgent, extravagant indulgence to show how much you care, there’s certainly no shortage of Valentine’s Day chocolate options. Divine chocolate hearts Unsurprisingly, hearts abound, from the House of Dorchester’s box […]

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Diamond Jubilee inspires British chocolatiers’ creativity

May 29 2012

As you might have noticed, 2012 is the year of Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee and the London Olympics – a big year for Britain. Across the chocolate world, a wave of patriotic creativity is apparent – from crown-shaped Jubilee pralines in House of Dorchester’s Flying the Flag range (below) to Thorntons’ Best of British hamper. Royalty and Britishness are, in effect, flavours of the year, and creative chocolatiers have risen to […]

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