At the heart of Divine Chocolate is its Fair Trade policy, in which it assures that cocoa farmers in Ghana receive a fair price for their labour. Despite this, Divine's 100g chocolate bars not that difference in price compared to similar quality brands on the market.
I found their Milk & Spiced Toffee Apple at an Oxfam charity shop for £2.49. Like all of their bars, it was beautifully presented with colourful patterned packaging that is catching to the eye.
Looking appealing is all well and good, but how about taste? Well, the dried apple pieces were spiced with cinnamon, which is a winning combination, and the little chunks of apple had a lovely chewy texture. The downside of this bar is that the chocolate itself was too sweet. With 38% cocoa solids, there was too much added sugar.
If you like very sweet chocolate, then you will like this bar, but for me, it needed a darker contrasted.