In celebration of our centenary we have created a very special box of chocolates that uniquely brings together Haigh's as Australia's oldest family owned chocolate maker with Yalumba, Australia’s oldest family owned winery and Coopers, Australia’s oldest family owned brewery.
Named “The Collaboration”, this handmade box contains three delicious new chocolates:
70% Dark Chocolate Truffle - a special blend of chocolate made with South American, Pacific and African cocoa beans. The richly flavoured truffle centre has been hand rolled in layers of 70% Dark Chocolate and decorated with a shimmering gold fleck.
Antique Tawny Fig Liqueur – plump Australian dried figs are steeped in Yalumba Antique Tawny for two weeks. The fruit is then dipped into a tawny infused fondant, enrobed in two layers of milk chocolate and hand decorated before being carefully cellared prior to release.
Stout Ganache - a rich, dark chocolate ganache centre is flavoured with Coopers’ award winning Stout. A top layer of smooth malt frappe completes the centre which is enrobed in premium dark chocolate and decorated with bronze pearls.
The distinctive box, made by Adelaide company Box Biz, features a large ornate ‘C’ that incorporates cocoa pods, grape vines and hops, an illustrative representation of the three businesses.
The three chocolates were developed over a twelve month time period with our product development team working in close collaboration with key people from Coopers and Yalumba with one of the final chocolates also featuring figs from Adelaide Hills producer Willabrand and the box being made in Woodville North at Box Biz. It is a true South Australian product!
The Collaboration Hand Crafted Fine Chocolates 160g $39.75 RRP
A perfect gift for Dad! Purchase in-store or online
Click here to view a short film, The Box Maker, by Adelaide based photographer and filmmaker Randy Larcombe. The film tells the story of Albert Rea, his Adelaide based business Box Biz and his lifetime love of making bespoke boxes. Randy made the film because he is curious to discover how some businesses continue to succeed and prosper during a significant downturn in the Adelaide manufacturing industry.