The Chocolate Manor, Coleraine is a luxury artisan chocolate producer that provides handcrafted, printed chocolates to cater to all including an exclusive clientele.
From humble beginnings in a home kitchen on the North Coast of Ireland to working with 5 star restaurants, The Chocolate Manor has developed a thriving business thanks to founder Geri Martin who has received commissions for members of the Royal Family.
In 2015, the first range of printed chocolate bars to enter the retail sector of Northern Ireland were courtesy of The Chocolate Manor which allowed customers to bring their words to life through the delight of personalised chocolate.
Alongside this, there is a selection of 50g bars available in milk and white chocolate which showcase local slang such as, “What’s the Craic’ or ‘Bout Ye”.
The expert team of chocolatiers at The Chocolate Manor are devoted to their love of chocolate and believe it should be shared and as such, they offer scheduled and private workshops running hands-on crafting workshops for adults and children, chocolate tastings, and educational sessions on the origins of chocolate and Ireland’s North Coast connection to the indulgence of chocolate.
The Chocolate Manor has won many awards over the years and have been selected by HRH The Duke of York as the only Northern Irish food or drink business to supply bespoke chocolates for the ‘Pitch@Palace’ initiative held at St James’ Palace, London, 2015 and 2016.
Geri Martin has also been named one of Belfast’s Top 50 in Business, and finalist in the Women in Business and Causeway Coast & Glens Business Awards, 2015. The Chocolate Manor also had the pleasure to receive Taste Causeway NWTC accreditation.
A visit to The Chocolate Manor is a must, not only for the pleasure of Belgian chocolate but also to share an experience with family or friends.