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Specialist coffe shop which sells choc-covered cofee beans?

Oslo
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Specialist coffe shop which sells choc-covered cofee beans?

Bought some in Manchester in what I believe was a shop I've also seen in other English cities, but can't remember its' name.... Are there any in Liverpool?

(it also sold tea, mugs etc).

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1. Re: Specialist coffe shop which sells choc-covered cofee beans?

Is it Whittard? www.whittard.co.uk. They have a shop in Clayton Square Shopping Centre

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2. Re: Specialist coffe shop which sells choc-covered cofee beans?

I think it's probably Whittards:

Clayton Square Shopping Centre

Liverpool

L1 1QR

Oslo
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3. Re: Specialist coffe shop which sells choc-covered cofee beans?

Oh thanks, it was Whittards!

They'dbetter store up on their chocolate covered coffee beans now, cos' I'm planning to buy loads :-)

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4. Re: Specialist coffe shop which sells choc-covered cofee beans?

You can make them yourself - Arabica espresso-roasted beans seem to be the preferred ones.

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5. Re: Specialist coffe shop which sells choc-covered cofee beans?

I'm not a good house-woman I'm afraid...

Tried 'tmaking them myself once, but gave up as I just couldn seem to get enough chocolate to stick to the beans. I thought of doing it in more "go's", but dropped the idea as I thought the new layer would probably melt the first one.

:-)

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