Friday, 16 November 2007

Win a Cocoa Adventure in St. Lucia courtesy of Hotel Chocolat

Ever dreamt of spending a week basking in the Caribbean sun, enjoying the rolling views and taking private walks through one of St Lucia’s most historic estates? Well thanks to Hotel Chocolat, the luxury chocolate retailer, this could soon become a reality for one lucky couple.

Hotel Chocolat, Rabot Estate - St LuciaPhoto: Jake Perks from Flickr

Set high up in the Soufière hills, amongst the cocoa trees, Hotel Chocolat’s very own Rabot Estate is one of the jewels in St Lucia’s crown. Not only will you have free run of the estate, but you'll also be able to plant your own cocoa tree and even harvest a few pods if you feel up to it...!. Ensuring you can get to the heart of the story of cocoa - and an exclusive glimpse at the very origins of chocolate.If this sounds like the perfect break, and for gourmet chocolate lovers how could it not be, then entry couldn’t be easier.

Hotel Chocolat, Rabot Estate - St LuciaSimply answer the three questions about the estate on the Hotel Chocolat site and you and a partner could be whisked away to the idyllic setting of St Lucia for the holiday of a life time.

The prize includes:

• Return flights to St Lucia
• Accommodation for two on the Rabot Estate
• Guided tour of the cocoa estate
• The opportunity to take part in cocoa harvesting (not compulsory!)
• A cocoa tree planted in your honour

For your chance to win please visit:

Best of Luck!



Jake said...

I'm flattered that you liked my photo enough to use it - let me know where I can send my home address so you can post me the free samples ;-)

A bit of background to the picture: we were returning to the airport from the hotel when we spotted the sign outside the plantation. I made the poor taxi driver stop in the middle of the road so I could take a picture!

Love the products, btw. We're lucky enough to have a Hotel Chocolat shop here in Telford.

All the best,

Chris Bishop said...

Jake what a great story and fantastic image, the entrance is now nearly finished at the front of our Rabot Estate and I'm glad to report none of the hurricanes last year caused too much damage.

I'll aim to keep you all update to date with the latest on Rabot Estate

Don't forget to view the video either here... on at