Video commissioned by St Ives Holidays
Founded in 2009, I Should Coco is a unique little chocolate boutique overlooking the harbour in St Ives, Cornwall.
This beautifully light and airy shop has a fascinating glass wall to the workshop, where customers watch the chocolatiers at work. The smell in the shop is wonderful, and there are always tasters of the work in progress. All the products are hand made on site by a team of artisan chocolatiers, headed up by founders Andrea and Kevin Parsons.
Fresh cream truffles – a treat very difficult to find – are a speciality and the team make full use of the wonderful ingredients available on their doorstep to make these sublime creations, including Cornish Cream; Honey; Strawberries; Raspberries; Elderflowers and even Cornish Seasalt.
I Should Coco specialises in fine Hand Made Fresh Chocolates using local Cornish Cream and Fruit and as many other Local Ingredients as possible!
I Should Coco only ever use real chocolate – that is, chocolate with 100% Cocoa Butter , a good cocoa content and natural Vanilla.
I Should Coco is so proud of their product they make all these lovely goodies by hand – right here in their shop, in full view of all the customers !
I Should Coco – Real Artisan chocolates freshly made to order.
All the Artisan Chocolates are Hand-Crafted, Filled and Wrapped by us, in our Shop / Workshop in St Ives.
I Should Coco is a very small team, Kevin, Andrea, Lesley, Elaine, Danny, Becky, Xena and Dave but we’re all working with a Passion to bring you something new and totally different – chocolates made with real chocolate (that is – chocolate made with 100% cocoa butter and a decent cocoa content) and fine fresh locally sourced ingredients.
I Should Coco promise their scrummy fresh truffles are not packed full of preservatives and fillers, and haven’t been sitting around on a dusty shelf for months! Instead they’re freshly made to order – and have a shelf life of two weeks – so you can enjoy them at their best – the way they were meant to be.
Music by Chris Littleboat