£3.20£4£1.60 per 100g
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Suitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||Per 100 g||Per portion (15 g)||RI¹ per portion|
|Energy||1524 kJ||229 kJ||3%|
|(368 kcal)||(55 kcal)|
|Fat||21.0 g||3.2 g||5%|
|- Of which saturates||13.0 g||2.0 g||10%|
|Carbohydrate||11.0 g||1.7 g||1%|
|- Of which sugars||0.9 g||0.1 g||0%|
|Fibre||28.0 g||4.2 g||-|
|Protein||20.0 g||3.0 g||6%|
|¹ Reference Intake of an average adult (8400 kJ / 2000 kcal)|
|Portions should be adjusted for children of different ages|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (55)
Product seems to have changed. Not as rich as previous purchases and tastes like it has a slight coconut undertone. Perhaps a bad batch but disappointed either way.
It used to be better
This powder used to be the best quality for its price on the market. Lately it doesn't feel like that anymore. Feels cheap or off.
Deep and rich flavour
This makes the best hot chocolate ever - prefer it to the fancy brands or making it with actual chocolate. it is rich and smooth, no hint of bitterness. Perfect for baking of course!
I'm currently sitting on my new couch, watching Supernatural, and drinking hot chocolate made from this cocoa powder. I don't say this lightly: it's the best hot chocolate I have EVER tasted. I used 4 teaspoons of cocoa powder to 3 teaspoons of sugar, and used whole milk. It's divine.
it's in a bag!
The cocoa itself is the best, and I always like to have a stash. But my last delivery came in bags, not tubes, and they're not even resealable. I guess this is an attempt at sustainability, and you're meant to decant into your old tube. so bad luck, if you threw the old one out. Plus, have you ever tried pouring cocoa powder? it's very fine and gets everywhere. What a stupid idea.
excellent flavour for baking
Only used for baking eg chocolate muffins (with no other choc chips in them) and delicious results.