Bean to Bar – Meet London’s Single Origin Chocolate Pioneer

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                                Phil Landers makes single origin chocolate from an old furniture workshop in London&#8217;s Bethan Green. &#8220;My earliest memory of chocolate is my dad telling me off for eating too much,&#8221; says the founder of <a href="http://landchocolate.com/" data-wpel-link="external"  rel="external noopener noreferrer">Land Chocolate</a>. Having spent most of his twenties working for the BBC and eating too much low-quality chocolate, a trip to Central America changed everything.
“The whole chocolate thing was never in the plan, it was just one of those things that happened by chance, but it became one of those obsessive things that I wanted to do. Nothing was going to stop me.” Having learnt the basics in Central America, Phil honed his craft with chocolatiers like Paul A Young and the Mast Brothers and then set up on his own in 2016 in an old furniture makers workshop in Bethnal Green. Today, Phil buys cocoa beans from Honduras and Nicaragua, paying more than twice
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