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Prosecco

04/04/2018
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Pink Prosecco Truffles & Gin Sweets

Now that Easter is over it surely means it’s summer! And whilst everyone has been busy eating a wide array of chocolate bunnies, eggs and hot cross buns; here at Friars HQ we have been planning to make it an extra tasty Summer. Chocolate dinosaurs, train sets and pirate ships are coming to jazz up our kids range. By they way…our pirate ship comes with a chocolate treasure chest and parrot! What’s not to love. With the hot weather just around the corner (I’m sure it will happen) we will... Read More

14/08/2016
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It’s Prosecco Truffle Time

After months of top secret research and product testing we are excited to announce the launch of our exclusive Prosecco chocolate truffles.  A crisp white chocolate shell is filled with a smooth white chocolate ganache, finished beautifully with a splash Italian Prosecco. The truffles are beautifully packaged in an 8 or a 24 chocolate box. Enjoy! Save Save

12/05/2016
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NEW & EXCLUSIVE Just In Prosecco Sweets!!! Oh Yes This Is Happening.

We are very excited here at Friars as we have just launched our unique and exclusive Prosecco Sweets. They come in the shape of a bottle (the easy bit) and they actually taste of Prosecco (not so easy bit). We decided to go for a Prosecco yellow and a pink colour, as we wanted the sweets to have a depth of colour. With Prosecco now outselling Champagne (2015) for the first time, we feel this is a fantastic product at just the right time. We have already had some large... Read More

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Champagne vs Prosecco… What’s all the fizz about?

If that Friday feeling leaves you wanting something with a little fizz in it chances are you’ll be reaching for a bottle of  sparkling wine. Depending on the location and types of grapes used will determine if it’s labeled Champagne or Prosecco. History of Champagne There are lots of rules associated with the Champagne label. Those rules are part of the reason why it is more expensive than Prosecco. Rule No. 1:  To be called Champagne it must be produced from specific grapes grown in the Champagne region in France.... Read More