Cadbury Cocoa House

Mimi ON Dec 30, 2010 AT 9:55 am

The Cadbury Cocoa House - traditional afternoon teas

The Cadbury Cocoa House - traditional afternoon teas

By John Gregory-Smith

Cadbury Cocoa House has opened the doors to its flagship cocoa house in Bluewater, Kent and it promises to be the first of many.

The Cadbury Cocoa House brings affordable luxury, British nostalgia and lots of chocolate back to the British high street. Serving hot and chilled chocolate, traditional afternoon teas, knickerbocker glories, cakes, British classics and a choc-tail of the month designed by Mark Hix. The menu will be ethically sourced and supplied by British producers.

Knickerbocker Glory

Knickerbocker Glory

The Cadbury Cocoa House is the brainchild of British Entrepreneurs Marilyn Newman and David Morris, who have a wealth of experience between them in the food and drink sector. They were inspired by the cocoa houses of old and in particular John Cadbury’s first cocoa house in Birmingham, which opened in 1824 when chocolate was considered a luxury item and drank by the elite in decadent establishments. The company is a small privately owned business but the clever guys have managed to licence the name so they could bring back a taste of old fashioned chocolate luxury.

Cadbury Cocoa House, Bluewater Kent

Open between 10am – 9pm

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