Evening Standard

Best artisan chocolate brands in the UK that are delicious and unique 16/06/21


Cure the winter blues with curated chocolate 24/01/21

The search for the perfect white choc bar is over 01/11/20


Why artisan chocolate makers are thriving and the best bars to buy 09/10/17

National Chocolate Week: the rise of “single-origin” bars 02/10/16

National Geopraphic Food

Chocolate: From bean to bar and beyond 09/10/17

We also featured in the 'Must try bars' list

I Love Manchester

New book reveal's Britain's best Chocolate - and there's a chapter all about Manchester 19/08/19

Dormouse Chocolates: Bean to Bar Craft Chocolate Made in Manchester 27/03/16

Manchester Confidential

Take a look inside Deansgate's hidden chocolates shop 15/10/18


8 best chocolate subscription boxes that are so good, you won't want to share 21/08/20

Chocolate Couveture | All About Fine Chocolate by Cat Black

An interview with isobel 26/07/16

Chocolate Week – London 2015 20/10/15

Culinary Adventures of the Cocoa Nut

The Chocolate Gifts to Fall in Love with This Valentine's Day 26/01/17

My 2016 in Chocolate: Isobel Carse, Dormouse Chocolate 13/12/16

The Chocolate Show: What The Makers Rated 08/11/15

Two New Kids On The Block at The Chocolate Show 2015 29/09/15

Dark Matters Chocolate Reviews

Interview with Isobel Carse 24/06/17

Olive Magazine

November 2017 - Our gold AoC award-winning Guatemala milk featured

Manchester Single Origin Chocolate


We are extremely honoured to be featured in the Manchester chapter of the lovely Andrew Baker's A chocolate-lover’s guide to Britain, a celebration of British makers who produce single origin/single estate chocolate and some very talented chocolatiers. Andrew came up to Manchester one rather soggy afternoon to see the shop, catch up and find out more about our story. It's a really lovely read and would make a great gift for any true chocolate lover.

111 Places in Manchester That You Shouldn't Miss by Julian Treuherz, Peter de Figueiredo highlights our shop as a place you need to visit. There are still relatively few places you can go and see and smell chocolate being made in the UK.