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Exclusive Quirky Pink Castle Chocolate

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Elevate Your Tastebuds  - Tangy Scottish Honeyberries, Blackcurrants and Raspberries in creamy white chocolate.

Indulge in a chocolate experience fit for royalty! Our exclusive Pink Castle Chocolate pays homage to the enchanting Craigievar Castle—a gem nestled in the Scottish Highlands. Each velvety bite is a journey through centuries of history and flavour.

Why Choose Pink Castle Chocolate?

Artisan Craftsmanship: Handcrafted with love by Quirky Chocolate’s skilled chocolatiers, this exquisite treat is more than just cocoa—it’s a masterpiece.

Flavour Symphony: Our Pink Castle Chocolate boasts a harmonious blend of flavours. The creamy chocolate base is kissed by hints of wild raspberry and a touch of Scottish Honeyberries and Blackcurrants. Close your eyes, and you might even hear bagpipes playing in the distance.

Perfect for Gifting: Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or simply want to surprise someone, this chocolate is the ultimate gift. The elegant packaging is adorned with the exclusively commissioned Pink Castle Tartan.

Pairings and Occasions

Afternoon Tea: Serve Pink Castle Chocolate alongside Earl Grey or a delicate chamomile infusion. The castle’s sweetness complements the tea’s floral notes.

Romantic Escapes: Share a bar with your beloved during a cosy weekend getaway.

Weddings and Anniversaries: Treat guests to a taste of Scotland’s magic. Place Pink Castle Chocolate at each table—they’ll be talking about it long after the vows.

Exclusive design: Our Pink Castle Chocolate is an exclusive masterpiece. 


Weight: 100g

Ingredients: White Chocolate, Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Whole MILK Powder, Emulsifier: SOYA Lecithin (E322), Natural Vanilla Flavouring, Freeze Dried Blackcurrants, Freeze Dried Honeyberries, Freeze Dried Raspberries, Cocoa Solids 28% Minimum, MILK Solids 21% Minimum

Allergy Information: For Allergens see ingredients on BOLD. May contain wheat, nut and sulphate traces.

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