Lounge Loves: Koko chocolates

Inspired by Japanese chocolate brand Royce, Sheth creates an excellent 70% dark chocolate that mimics Royce's famous Nama bonbons

Chocolate-maker Koko has replaced Le 15 Patisserie at the Good Earth store in Mumbai’s Lower Parel area. It was set up in October 2015 by Vividha Sheth, who trained as a chocolatier at the Savour Chocolate & Patisserie School in Melbourne, Australia.

At the tiny shop, you’ll learn about the history and origin of every chocolate with Sheth, and, more importantly, get to sample her finest varieties made with cacao from Ecuador, Ghana, Madagascar and Venezuela.

Inspired by Japanese chocolate brand Royce, Sheth creates an excellent 70% dark chocolate that mimics Royce’s famous “Nama" bonbons. Five new flavours are added every month, and our favourites from the new batch include a crunchy hazelnut with caramelized nuts and light-as-air feuilletine flakes from Belgium, and a coffee made with a full shot of espresso.

Koko chocolates are available at Good Earth, Raghuvanshi Mills Compound, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel (West). Individual chocolate pieces range from 130-160.

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