Charbonnel Et Walker Reviews
Description:Fine English chocolates. Old Bond Street, Mayfair, (since 1875). / Fine English chocolates. Old Bond Street, Mayfair, ... more
Newest Review: ... as a sort of ornament - but I have a bit of a think for packaging. Inside you are greated with seven luxury chocolates all ... more
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by - written on 11/01/08 (Useful, 101 readings)
Charbonnel et Walker are a Bond Street chocolatiers (they're in the Royal Arcade if you're in the vicinity), but you can buy their products in virtually any quality food shop in the UK or online at their website. Their range extends from classic chocolate selections and after dinner thins to truffles (try the glorious pink champagne truffles as a Valentine's gift, guys!) to wonderfully old-fashioned Rose and Violet creams. They also sell creamy, flaky hot chocolate and delicious truffle sauce, which can transform chocolate pudding into something pretty special. All of the chocolates are handmade, using top quality ingredients - their dark ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/10 (Useful, 44 readings)
I received these chocolates for my birthday, but the pink version! I hadn't really heard of the makers before, but guessed from the packaging that I was in for a treat. Packaging; A wonderful thick cardboard circular box that was coloured a dreamy pearlescent pink.The box Is suitable to keep for afterwards to store things in, I currently have mine as a sort of ornament - but I have a bit of a think for packaging. Inside you are greated with seven luxury chocolates all sat in their own little crimped casing - all look good enough to eat, and perfectly spherical. The chocs in this case were dusted in a beautiful pink powder - giving them a really girly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/09/05 (Useful, 187 readings)
Charbonnel Et Walker make so many different types of chocolate that I haven't had a chance to try them all ... however, the rate I go through them, it shouldn't be long.... The chocolates are beautifully packages in sturdy little cardboard boxes, usually in quite feminine colours such a tea rose pink or cream. They're decorated with gold or silver writing in a french style script, and inside, the chocolates are in the usual plastic chocolate tray, surrounded by tissue paper. They look like the luxury product they are and are impressive as a gift. So far I've tried the assortment box, the champage truffles (pink and vintage) and the rose and violet ... Read the complete review
by Nozza - written on 15/05/07
I'm reviewing Charbonnel et Walker's drinking chocolate specifically here. You can get C&W drinking chocolate and supermarkets including Tesco, where I bought some as it was half it's normal and quite substantial price. You get an attractive white and blue tin containing a bag of fine chocolate flakes. According to the instructions, to make up the hot drink you add 4 teaspoons to a little boiling water and top up with hot milk. I found it easier and tastier to add the flakes to a spoon of cold milk, microwave for 20 seconds until melted, add cold milk and remicrovave for 1 minute. Same result just easier. So how does it taste? Well ... Read the complete review
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