As this year draws to a close, we wanted to shine a light on our Top 5 Golden Moments of 2021...
1) Chocolate Factory Move
With our production almost doubling in the last 16 months, we had to find a more suitable space for our Chocolate Factory. Staying in the Kelham Island area of Sheffield - we were fortunate enough to find a beautiful space in what was once an old door factory.
After significant investment, we were able to transform the space into our new HQ. Housing our brand new equipment and ramping up production keep the chocolate flowing.
Come see the process for yourself and book on a factory tour here.
2) Chocolate Café Bar Opening
We took the opportunity to expand our Cafe Bar into a new 1000sqft space within the Cutlery Works Food Hall. This industrial space seats up to 40 guests, with views over the River Don.
Expect all things Bullion, with each aspect of the menu made with our award-winning chocolate. From cocktails to cakes, we wanted to make an indulgent experience for those that love cacao.
Visit our bookings page to reserve a table or privately hire the entire space for your party
3) Winning Gold at the Academy of Chocolate Awards
When starting Bullion in 2015, Founder Max had always dreamed of taking home Gold at The Academy of Chocolate Awards. After winning Silver and Bronze in previous years, we are proud to say we've finally done it!
Try the Gold Award winner here..
4) Factory Tours and Experiences
Experiences are a big part of what we do here at Bullion. It's what excites us and gives us a real chance to engage with our customers on a personal level - telling them the wonders of craft chocolate.
2021 saw our experiences return and we got to see your lovely faces once more! We also included a new Chocolate Cocktail experience this year which you can check out here.
5) Working with Some Amazing Retailers and Brand Partners
A highlight this year has got to be working with likeminded businesses that value craft and quality. We've had a record number of new retailers join us this year, including the likes of Chatsworth House - which is a big one on a personal level as we have found memories playing in the gardens growing up.