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Bare Bones Chocolate Makers

Bare Bones Chocolate is a micro-batch, bean to bar chocolate company based in Glasgow. As chocolate and speciality food enthusiasts, the founders' wanted to create their own brand that was built on incredible chocolate with impeccable detail through every process. Bare Bones make their chocolate in their workshop in the centre of Glasgow in batches of around 30kg at a time, roasting their cacao on a modified Giesen coffee roaster. Having engineered some of their equipment from scratch, Bare Bones get the best possible quality for their batch sizes. Find out more about the Bean to Bar process here.

Cacao is one of the most complex, delicious and fascinating foods in the world. It is one of the few foods that is both fermented and roasted – creating unparalleled flavour profiles. Handcrafting the chocolate from a raw cacao bean through to a finished bar allows Bare Bones to control every step, and are proud to be one of the very few UK producers who craft from bean to bar.

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