Ways to celebrate World Chocolate Day

L'Esterre Estate chocolate

This year’s World Chocolate Day is Sunday 7th July

Not that we need an excuse to eat chocolate, but 7th July is World Chocolate Day and we hope you’ll join us!

Here are some suggestions for a new chocolate experience – treat yourself to a day out in the home of chocolate with a Choco Pass, indulge in a table-side constructed Tiramisu, or have artisan dark chocolate buttons delivered to your home.

Celebrate World Chocolate Day with Geneva Tourism’s delectable ‘Choco Pass’

Globally renowned as a top destination for chocolate lovers, Geneva’s Choco Pass is the perfect way to celebrate everyone’s favourite sweet treat with a
personalised chocolate-tasting tour. Offering the freedom to build customisable chocolate tours at a choice of eight chocolatiers, the Choco Pass is valid for a year from the point of purchase and will remain activated for 24 hours following the first tasting.

Available to purchase for GBP £27 per adult or GBP £5 per child.  Find out more at Geneva Tourism Website.

choco pass geneva

Celebrate World Chocolate Day with tiramisu made at your table

Smith’s Bar & Grill in London invite you enjoy a Tiramisu dessert made tableside.

Begin with the base of homemade ladyfingers, generously soaked in aromatic espresso. Topped with velvety, whipped mascarpone cream and dusted with fine chocolate. This dessert is designed to be shared between two, offering a romantic or friendly experience.  Where: Smith’s Bar & Grill, 25 Sheldon Square, Paddington, London.

smith & co paddington tiramisu

Celebrate World Chocolate Day with single estate dark chocolate from Grenada

L’Esterre Chocolate is an ethical and sustainable chocolate, made using cocoa from a farm in Grenada, which is transformed from ‘tree to bar chocolate’ in the Cotswolds using just two* ingredients: cocoa beans and cane sugar. The chocolate is wonderfully dark, full of fruity flavours, and is incredibly moreish, even for those who don’t usually choose dark chocolate – that’s how good it is.

There are three varieties with varying intensities and flavours:

  • 70% chocolate buttons: flavours of banana, berries and caramel
  • 72%: sea salt chocolate buttons (*also contains Maldon salt)
  • 85% chocolate buttons: flavours of coffee, caramel, hazelnut

60g pouches of each flavour cost £7, or if you can’t decide, a trio of pouches with one of each flavour is available for £19. Larger 120g pots cost £15 each, and a trio of pots can be obtained for £40.

For all orders made in July, 5% will be donated to the relief efforts for Hurricane Beryl, which has severely afflicted Grenada, Carriacou and Petit Martinique.

L'Esterre Estate chocolate




I am Emma and with my husband Mark write Foodie Explorers, which is a food and travel website.

I am a member of the Guild of Food Writers and British Guild of Travel Writers.

We have a wide range of judging experience covering products, hotels and have judged, for example, for Great Taste Awards and Scottish Baker of the Year.

Along the way Mark gained WSET Level 2 in Wine and I have WSET Level 2 in Spirits as well as picking up an award with The Scotsman Food and Drink Awards.    

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