We've teamed up with chefs, restaurants, bakeries and bars across the country this Chocolate Week to celebrate everyone’s favourite treat with limited edition Divine cakes, desserts, cocktails and more!
Cakes, bakes and afternoon teas:
Primrose Bakery is one of London’s favourite and most elegant bakeries that has been popular with celebrities and locals alike for years. Primrose Bakery’s three retro inspired stores will be selling limited edition Divine Milk Chocolate Cupcakes during Chocolate Week, the perfect afternoon pick me up!
Tom’s Kitchen will be serving a Divine Toffee and Sea Salt Chocolate & Caramel Tarts across their four London restaurants in Chelsea, Canary Wharf, Somerset House and St Katharine’s Dock during Chocolate Week. Opened by Michelin starred chef Tom Aikens, Tom’s Kitchen is committed to using ethically sourced ingredients, and goes to great lengths to serve the finest sustainable produce. Head to Tom’s Kitchen during Chocolate Week for the limited edition Divine Tarts, or enjoy a Divine mini bars with coffee throughout Chocolate Week.
Brother Marcus - the Garden Café in the heart of Balham serves all day brunch, Caravan Coffee, cocktails and loaded buns in the evenings. The brainchild of three school friends Alex Large, Arthur Campbell and Tasos Gaitanos, the café focuses on seasonal, organic and the highest quality produce; Brother Marcus is passionate about every ingredient it uses. During Chocolate Week they will be serving ‘Penelope Choc’, a decadent 70% Divine Dark Chocolate mousse cake with a chocolate biscuit base.
Nestled deep within the rolling Hertfordshire hills, Sopwell House is an enchanting country estate located in the picturesque village of St Albans. For Chocolate Week 2016, Sopwell House will serve a limited edition Divine Chocolate dessert as part of their delicious afternoon tea. The Brasserie and The Restaurant will also feature a special Chocolate week dessert made from Divine chocolate.
Lancaster London Hotel by London's Hyde Park will be serving up a delicious duo of Divine Chocolate Afternoon teas. Following the launch of their hugely successful ARTea, Lancaster London will be putting a chocolate-y twist on their artist's favourites. Settle down with with your authentic painter's box and enjoy an array of edible art, alongside Divine chocolate treats. State of the 'Art' Divine chocolate scones will be served with paint tubes filled with Cornish clotted cream and strawberry jam.
If this offer does not tantilise your tastebuds why not partake in a traditional afternoon tea, with the addition of truly 'Divine' desserts: Divine milk chocolate scones, served warm with home-made strawberry jam and Cornish clotted cream, as well as Divine dark chocolate & popping candy lollipops.
Lancaster's Island Grill will be offering a Divine Chocolate Trio on their dessert menu, with a dark chocolate and raspberry fondant, served with white chocolate and strawberry ice-cream, milk chocolate toffee and a slice of sea salt cheesecake.
For an extra taste of Divine Chocolate luxury, try a Chocolate Week Divine Hot Chocolate, served with a bar of Divine Chocolate to melt into your hot chocolate for a bespoke taste experience
Spa treatments good enough to eat:
K West Hotel & Spa in West London will be offering a ‘Good Enough to Eat’ limited edition luxurious spa treatment harnessing the restorative powers and delicious scent of chocolate. The treatment includes a Mediterranean orange scrub, back massage with sweet almond oil with a warm Divine Chocolate back mask to firm, detoxifying and hydrate. Follow this luxurious treatment with a Chocolate Hopper cocktail in the Studio Bar, decorated with a Divine dark chocolate garnish.
Raise a glass with a Chocolate Week Cocktail
We've teamed up with FAIR. the first brand of spirits resulting from Fairtrade production, and mixologists from some of London's top bars to create delicious limited edition cocktails served throughout Chocolate Week.
Award winning THE BAR at the Atheneum Hotel in Mayfair will be creating a FAIR vodka cocktail to pair with Divine chocolate. Accessible via a discreet enterance on Down Street, this bar has gained aclaim in its own right for the provision of outstanding services and fine beverages.
Eckovision is a new addition to Brixton's lively nightlife scene, housed under the railway arches on Atlantic Road. Eckovision offers hand-crafted cocktails in a 1920s speakeasy style and for Chocolate Week will be carefully constructing delicious cocktails with Divine chocolate.
Head to Portobello House in London’s Notting Hill near the iconic Portobello Road Market for a FAIR rum and Divine Chocolate concoction.
Lockside cocktail bar, club and drinks academy overlooking the iconic Camden Market will be serving a FAIR rum, chocolate liquor and mint cocktail or head to The Forge for a Fairtrade Chocolate Espresso Martini made with FAIR. rum and Divine Chocolate.
Marco Pierre White's London Steakhouse Company will be serving their take on a classic Toblerone Cocktail; an indulgent concoction of Divine’s Milk Chocolate Toffee & Sea Salt and Milk Chocolate with Whole Almond, served in a chilled Martini glass in the Chelsea restaurant and as a Shake in the City venue.