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Booja Booja Around Midnight Espresso Truffles 104g

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Booja Booja, Organic Espresso Chocolate Truffles

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These dark chocolate and espresso truffles are so packed with flavour, one gives you the entire chocolate and coffee fix you need.

Voted 'Best Organic Product' in 2000 these Booja Booja hand made chocolates are the (organic) business. Organic chocolate at its finest. This box contains 9 chocolate truffles.

About Booja Booja

Booja Booja from Norfolk in England make award winning, chocolate truffles of superior quality. All their chocolate truffles are organic, vegan, dairy and gluten free.


Espresso chocolate truffle ingredients

  • Dark Chocolate, cocoa solids 56%
  • Cane sugar
  • Vanilla
  • Coconut oil
  • Coffee
  • Water
  • Cocoa powder
  • May contain nuts. Certified Organic.

Nutrition Facts:

Nutritional information per 100g

Energy 539kCal / 2276KJ

Fat 43g of which saturates 32g

Carbohydrate 32g of which sugars 29g

Protein 4.2g

Sodium trace

Salt 0.01g


5Absolute perfection!

Ok I'm a definite fan. I love coffee chocolates but some of the milk ones are too sweet for me. This chocolate is lovely and smooth. The dark chocolate compliments the coffee filling and although the cocoa dusting is slightly bitter when you bit into the truffle it takes the sweetness down a little. I'll definitely be getting them again their flavor is divine and there is no nasty after taste or lingering oily texture in the mouth.

Why the 5 stars well I've tried quite a few coffee truffles and none of them have given me the intense flavor without making them sickly sweet.

Posted 22 December 2016 by Jacqueline

4You really must try this

I love these chocolate truffles as they are proper truffles without all the vegetable fats that many have in them to give that creamy texture (often oily in the mouth) although I haven't given them the full 5 stars as I think the first part of eating them is a little bitter with the cocoa dusting, which I know is again the proper truffle way, but to my sweeter tooth a bit of an initial struggle. still faultless in flavour generally, personal taste aside.

Posted 11 January 2011 by Richard

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