Ideal for coffee shops to sell to their customers or to just enjoy at home our regular chocolate coated espresso beans are coated in premium quality chocolate and available in Milk, Dark or White Chocolate.
Australian made. Our regular Chocolate Coated Coffee Beans are stocked in Milk & Dark Chocolate and are made by an old established chocolate maker who has been around for over 100 years.
Available in small clear bags and small glass jars as well as bulk packs our chocolate-covered Coffee Beans will really hit the spot.
If you run a coffee shop or similar we can package our Chocolate Coated Coffee Beans in small clear bags or glass jars with custom labels for your business. (Minimum quantities apply for custom printed labels but you can add your own label with no minimum order) Please contact us for a quote.
A fabulous way to increase sales in your Coffee Shop or Cafe - sell a small bag or a glass jar containing Chocolate Coated Coffee Beans as an add-on to your existing customers.
Our Premium quality Chocolate Coated Coffee Beans taste terrific and, branded with your logo (Minimum Quantities & Conditions apply) they will become part of your brand.
Please contact us for more details and advice on other products that will go great in your business.
Our regular chocolate-coated coffee beans are made thickly coating Cadbury Chocolate (NOT compound chocolate like some of the others) over Peaberry Coffee Beans. Their shape is rounder than other varieties. and they are less bitter so much more suitable to eat.
Without a doubt, these are Australia's favourite chocolate-coated coffee beans made by one of Australia's best chocolate makers using premium quality chocolate. Their price is also the Best in Australia for quality chocolate-coated coffee beans.
If you are using Chocolate Coated Coffee Beans as bonbonniere a 5 cm x 5 cm box would hold about 80 Gm of coffee beans.
Our latest product review:My order arrived today, and as a family, we compared it to some dark chocolate coffee beans we recently bought from a local store at twice the price of yours (with postage included) – ie we paid around $8 per 100g for the local product. (equivalent to $80.00 per Kg) We had a few of the original produce left, and did a comparison - the consensus is that your product is clearly the winner.