Sea salt and chocolate is a unique flavour combination, one that we believe is just as striking and as different as Leith itself. This crisp and lively fusion of lime and sea salt is a real awakening for your palate. We would recommend tucking into a piece or two of this bar sitting on The Shore, and enjoying the salty sea breeze blowing in off the River Forth.
You can ponder on the fact that the original Rose's Lime Cordial was made just around the corner on Commercial Street, although you're just as likely to find it's modern successor in cocktails in the bars and restaurants that make this part of Leith the epicentre of culinary cool. Away from The Shore, Leith has a unique character and culture that distinguish the area from Edinburgh. Cross the boundary on Leith Walk and you're in another town, but persevere; your journey will be rewarded with art, culture and architecture that make Leith the hub of so much creativity.
Walk from Leith Links to the top of Leith Walk, and you might just catch sight of Easter Road stadium, home of Hibernian Football Club, and whose colours are wrapped around our Lime & Sea Salt Chocolate Bar. It’s a glorious, glorious experience to see the Hibees, and you might spot some of Edinburgh's famous sons in the crowd. Irvine Welsh, author of Trainspotting - which was set in 1980's Leith - is a big fan, and so are Craig & Charlie Reid of The Proclaimers, so take a couple of spare bars of Leith Lime & Sea Salt Dark Chocolate in case you run into the twins!
Minimum 90g Lime & Sea Salt Dark Chocolate Bar
Part of our ‘Edinburgh Collection’
Palm Oil Free
Suitable for Vegans
Handmade in Britain
Sustainably Sourced Cocoa