Luenburg (OTS) – The exquisite range of products at Schokothek in Lüneburg shows exactly how complex chocolate can taste. As the owner, Sabine Schleinker attaches great importance to the quality of delicacies; For this reason, the commodity range only offers handcrafted bar-shaped items of chocolate, praline, and truffles. In her native Franconia, she also gets wines from select winemakers – this goes well with premium chocolates. Fruit brandy from a family farm and luxurious vinaigrette preparations from the Franconian gourmet complement the program.
The chocolate expert is particularly interested in Hogarth Chocolate Factory products (https://www.hogarthchocol.co.nz/wp/shop/) from New Zealand. Owner Karl has become a quirky chocolatier. It uses small amounts of cocoa on the spot – that’s what experts call a cereal. In addition to chocolate of individual origin, he has chocolate with ingredients that are somewhat unusual in the range of products and stores, for example kumara chips, these are sweet potato chips or the roots of the sarsaparilla plant, and the fruits are known as raspberries. This chocolate is very hot and strong.
Its chocolates can be mixed well with wine – also with white wine, for example toast with butter and sea salt with Sylvain Franconi or maple wood with pinot blanc or chardonnay.
Of particular note is that the Hogarth Chocolate Factory only uses organic raw materials and does not, under any circumstances, use soy lecithin or palm fat. Karl has already won many awards for his excellent merchandise.
Sabine Schleinker has been booing her customers in Lüneburg for chocolates since 2014. “Consumers always leave the store happy and satisfied,” says the chocolate expert. Sabine Schleinker now dares to take a step further as she brings her passion for chocolate directly to customers all over Germany and even in Europe through her online store (https://schokothek.de/). And she does it on the web with the same passion that she does in her store. As a guest of the web store, you can feel passionate about chocolate and immediately feel the optimum advice and information.
The special origin, type of cocoa beans, their gentle production and refinement under fair trade conditions have already set the standards for these unique specialties from around the world. Sometimes this is the climate in which the beans thrive, sometimes it’s unusual roasted scents, and sometimes it is the interaction of fruit, nuts, or spices that creates extravagant taste experiences. In general, great ingredients and responsible production determine whether delicacy will be included in the Schokothek range of products and stores.
The store, which is located in one of the oldest buildings in Lüneburg, offers chocolate manufactured from smaller companies produced locally – for example in India, Colombia or New Zealand – as well as chocolate from chocolatiers from Germany, Belgium, Lithuania, Austria and the Netherlands Get selected cocoa beans – mostly beans Luxury cocoa and sometimes an endangered species – from small cocoa farmers or cooperatives. At Sabine Schlenker, experts will find an assortment of rare chocolates for allergy sufferers as well as a changing range of pralines and fresh truffles carefully handcrafted in their Franconian home.
Fun dishes from Schokothek (https://schokothek.de/) also available as gifts; Thanks to a collaboration with an artist, truffles and candy present an exceptional kind of surprise, wrapped in “KunstSchatulle”. With connected business customer service, Schokothek takes care of the uncomplicated and conscientious dispatch of chocolate and wine to company partners.
All Schokothek products, including Hogarth Schokoladen Manufaktur products, can also be purchased by private individuals via the online store at www.schokothek.de (https://schokothek.de/).
Sabine Schleinker, phone: 04 131 75 75 988 [email protected]
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