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The Queen's favourite chocolates have been revealed as the floral creams from posh chocolatier Charbonnel et Walker.
In the new ITV documentary Billion Pound Bond Street, Adam Lee, chief chocolatier at Charbonnel et Walker can't help but let out the sweet secret.
He says: “The Queen does have a list of favourite chocolates with us. But I'm not allowed to divulge that directly to you, however, I can just say that she has very floral tastes, which may become evident if we look at the chocolates a little bit later, but maybe we should start with our two most popular chocolates which are rose and violet creams.
"I never said a word, never said a word."
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The smallest box of these chocolates, which has 16 fine english rose and violet creams in it costs £15.
The chocolates are described as using “a unique fondant recipe infused with the attar of Roses and Violets” that are then “enrobed in a beautiful Fine Dark Chocolate”.
Founded in 1875, Charbonnel et Walker is described as one of Britain’s first and finest chocolatiers.
Encouraged by Edward VII, (then the Prince of Wales), Charbonnel et Walker formed as a partnership between Mrs Walker and Mme Charbonnel, the latter from the esteemed Maison Boissier chocolate house in Paris.
Adam Lees Chief Chocolatier at Charbonnel and Walker holds a box of fine English Rose and Violet Creams
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Their original shop opened at 173 New Bond Street in Mayfair and they have remained in Bond Street ever since.
The company also say they “feel proud and privileged” to be endorsed by the Royal Warrant as one of the few chocolatiers to Her Majesty The Queen.
Billion Pound Bond Street sees cameras go behind-the-scenes on Britain's most exclusive shopping street to take a look at where the wealthy are splashing their cash and how the designer shops are surviving during a global pandemic.
Adam Lee tells the programme about Charbonnel et Walker's best selling confectionery, including a £280 box of chocolates, and viewers will see it being made.
The Queen gave the chocolatier a royal warrant
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The owners of the jeweller Boodles also discuss how they have acquired a pink diamond that could sell for £3.2m.
The documentary is narrated by Jenna Coleman, and cameras take a look at how this lucrative region has survived during the pandemic.
*Billion Pound Bond Street airs Thursday at 9pm on ITV.
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