In the last of our video interviews from Salon du Chocolat in Paris, we talked to French chocolate maker Franck Morin. Based in the south of France, Morin’s grandfather opened Chocolaterie Morin (shop page) in 1958. Unusually for a bean-to-bar chocolate maker, they also make, truffles, bonbons and other sweets.
Morin works closely with farmers and other chocolatiers (such as London’s Marc Demarquette) to produce bean-to-bar chocolate, so the chances are if you’re a lover of fine chocolate you’ve already tried their chocolate, even if you didn’t realise.
Watch the full interview below to find out more about one of our favourite chocolate makers.