About Bossa Nova Chocolate


Andrea in the background with some Brazilian style chocolate truffles she made in the front (blured)

We love what we do, and we want you to have the most beautiful chocolate experience you ever had! So, we created Bossa Nova, the pure taste of Brazil, made in Wales.
Our Brazilian style chocolate truffles follow the authentic recipe Andrea learned from her mum and auntie when she was a child. 
Bossa Nova chocolate are all handmade and contain only natural ingredients, gluten-free and suitable for vegetarians (some of our products are also right for a vegan diet).
Our range covers classic, nut, fruit, alcoholic, and vegan chocolates. 
Bossa Nova is a registered trademark for Chocolate Party Express Limited.
Some of you have been following our journey through the website, social media or local farmers and food markets, and we are very grateful for your custom and feedback. 
We are really humble by your support for the past year and in special because of the challenges we all faced in the last few years.
Try to set up a new business and launch a new brand has been challenging, but we want to thank you for the incredible testimonial's and feedback. 
We want to thank a few other organisations who supported us, The Food Innovation Wales, Cywain Co, Zero2Five, Business Wales, Newport City Council - Business Services. We really appreciate your advise, and the services you have provided us.
You can come and visit us at Cowbridge Farmers Market, Pontcanna Market, Roath Real Food Market, Insole Court Farmer's Market and many others. Farmer's Markets are really important to us for their opportunity they gave us to meet and bring you our products.
As for the future plans our promise is to continue:
“Bossa Nova passion about making high-quality Brazilian chocolate truffles. We are proud to represent the authentic, pure taste of Brazil, bring joy to our customers all over the UK.”
Now, do you want to find out more about what Bossa Nova means, what are the meaning for our branding or where/how Brazilian style chocolate truffles were invented? Read more on our FAQ page