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Choc Amor

Type:Food/Drink Producer

Studio 8, Cedar Farm Galleries, Back Lane, Mawdesley, Ormskirk, Lancashire, L40 3SY

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Choc Amor

Choc Amor is a world award-winning, Lancashire based manufacturer, retailer and wholesaler of fiendishly good chocolate.

Established in 2012 by husband and wife team Paul and Jacqui Williams, for the first 7 months the chocolate was made in their kitchen at home and sold from a small retail unit at Botany Bay village in Chorley and via local farmers markets and food fairs.  The vision was always to establish a local, recognisable brand with the emphasis on quality and flavour.  Paul has a passion for food and creative cooking and this has had a huge influence on the chocolate offer.  Wanting something to make them stand out and wanting their product to have a longer shelf life than truffles, but with all the flavour, Paul has worked obsessively to create a range of solid chocolate flavoured with oils and spices and has gained a reputation for unusual taste sensations, many of which are now award winning. 

Choc Amor chocolate is made in small batches and wherever possible the ingredients are natural and free from preservatives.  The house blend is a combination of Belgian couverture chocolate and Cacao Fino de Aroma from Colombia.  The Colombian chocolate has fruity and flowery aromas with nutty malt notes, which distinguishes it from other cocoas in the world.  The Columbian suppliers meticulously select ingredients and have a huge focus on ethical sourcing and sustainability.

We have progressively moved to larger facilities to allow the business to grow. 

Now based at Cedar Farm in Mawdesley, just 15 minutes from junction 27 off the M6, we have a fully equipped manufacturing studio and a retail shop which is fully stocked with our complete range of award winning chocolates.

Choc Amor is an exciting brand which is quickly building a reputation for passion, quality, innovation and imaginative flavours.  Choc Amor are always looking for new stockists of their product.  If this is of interest, they would love to meet you and arrange a tasting of their chocolate.

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Opening Times

Open (1 Jan 2021 - 31 Dec 2021)
Tuesday - Sunday10:00 - 17:00
Bank Holiday10:00 - 17:00

* Not open Mondays, Christmas Day, Boxing Day or New Year's Day


  • Sub-Regional AwardsPartner of Visit Lancashire Partner of Visit Lancashire 2018
  • Sub-Regional AwardsLancashire Tourism Awards Finalist 2017 - Producers & Makers Award Lancashire Tourism Awards Finalist 2017 - Producers & Makers Award 2017
  • Sub-Regional AwardsLancashire Tourism Awards Finalist 2018 - Taste Lancashire Producer Award Lancashire Tourism Awards Finalist 2018 - Taste Lancashire Producer Award 2018
  • Sub-Regional AwardsLancashire Tourism Awards Finalist 2019 - Taste Lancashire Producer Award Lancashire Tourism Awards Finalist 2019 - Taste Lancashire Producer Award 2019


Road Directions

From M6 Junction 27 (15 mins) At the roundabout at the top of the slip road take the A5209 in the direction of Parbold. Follow this road for approx 4 miles. You descend a steep hill (Parbold Hill) – At the foot of the hill turn right – signposted Rufford and Mawdesley. There is also a brown tourist board sign to Cedar Farm Galleries. Follow this road for approx 2 miles until you see the sign on the left for Bispham Green and Mawdesley. There are other minor turnings before it and one for Rufford. Again there is a brown tourist sign. Turn left and follow this road for another two miles through Bispham Green – Eagle & Child pub on the right and into Mawdesley itself. At the crossroads in Mawdesley turn right onto Gorsey Lane (brown tourist sign). At the end of Gorsey Lane turn right onto Back Lane. Cedar Farm is on the left after 200 yards.  From the A59 ( Liverpool – Preston Road)  From Liverpool follow the A59 through Ormskirk and Burscough until you reach Rufford.  From Preston follow the A59.Turn left at the traffic lights in Tarleton until you reach Rufford In the centre of Rufford there is a turning on your right from Liverpool, (left from Preston ) sign posted to Mawdesley and Parbold.  There is a brown tourist sign for Cedar Farm Galleries. Take this road past the marinas on your right, over the level crossing and hump backed bridge. The road then bends round to the right. After about 1 mile take the turning on the left to Mawdesley (again brown tourist sign). Keep on this road until you reach the cross roads in the centre of Mawdseley.  Go straight over into Gorsey Lane (brown tourist sign).  At the end of Gorsey Lane turn right onto Back Lane . Cedar Farm is on the left after 200 yards.



  • Café

Children & Infants

  • Baby changing facilities
  • Children's play area

Establishment Features

  • Gift vouchers
  • Public Toilets

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Payment Methods

  • MasterCard accepted
  • Visa accepted

Provider Preferences

  • In countryside
  • Out of town



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