Ruby Chocolate was launched globally in 2017 by the famous Swiss Chocolatiers Barry Callebaut. Having heard about this new fourth chocolate, as it is being called, very few of us have had a chance to taste this new creation in the beginning. Is this a real product or some concocted confection?
Having tasted this chocolate and sold it over the last few years I want to tell you that yes, this is a
Is there such a thing as Ruby Cocoa Bean?
The Ruby cocoa bean is picked and processed just like regular cocoa beans have been for centuries, and despite its appearance, the cocoa bean is not
Ruby Chocolate can be used exactly like white, milk and dark chocolate, in fact as a hot chocolate it is gorgeous. Creamy and flavourful with a slight sweetly sour taste. It normally comes with sugar added (just like milk chocolate) so if you are going to use Ruby to make your
So far, I have used Ruby to make hot chocolate, flavour marshmallows, quadruple chocolate chip cookies and a luscious ruby velvet cake. As this product comes into its own more recipes will be tried and created. Patissiers are now beginning to experiment and soon you will see Ruby Chocolate desserts at all your favourite restaurants. As soon as I first posted the pictures of my creations to our Instagram account, my sale went off the chart.
Although, it seems that the production and sales of Ruby Chocolate have slowed over the last few years. This might be based on the covid issues and not on its popularity.
For now, why not try a bag for yourself, melt it, eat it, drink it or just make a beautiful elegant creation. As soon as I find a new supplier I will it is here in the shop.