Dolfin

Michaël and Jean-François Poncelet say that chocolate runs in the family. Their father, a remarkable figure belonging to the great Belgian tradition, instilled in them a fascination for this outstanding product.

They made their minds up in 1989 to create the Dolfin company. Their idea was to draw on the original sources of chocolate, highlight its strengths and pure taste, whilst appealing to the discerning buying public and catering for the increasing demand for authenticity.

Always bearing in mind this craftsman's approach, forcing the tool to meet the demands of quality, rather than the other way around, the Poncelet brothers are perfectly happy with their decision. Sales are rising steadily, amounting to 220 tonnes in the year 2000, with 40% earmarked for the export market. Their top-of-the-range bars and Neapolitan chocolate squares are now on offer in prestigious emporiums such as Selfridges in London, La Grande Epicerie in Paris, the KDW in Berlin and the Sony Plaza in Tokyo.



Dolfin Noir Bitter

Dolfin Noir Bitter
70% Cocoa | Extra Bitter

 

 

 

Dolfin Noir Extra Bitter

Dolfin Noir Extra Bitter
88% Cocoa | Extra Bitter

 

 

 


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