British independent producer Fifth Dimension Chocolates has won three prizes at the International Chocolate Awards (ICA) World Final in Italy.
The London-based chocolatier received a celebrated Silver award for its newly-launched ‘Siem Reap’ Cambodian Curry themed white chocolate ganache.
Fifth Dimension Chocolates was awarded a second global Silver prize for its ‘Akureyri’ Arctic Thyme Caramel, with its flavors sourced directly from Iceland.
The acclaimed artisanal brand also won a Bronze medal for their recently-upgraded ‘Turin’ Hazelnut Gianduja, which is non-dairy and suitable for vegans as it features a dark chocolate outer layer enrobing the decadent praline.
Since launching in 2013, Fifth Dimension Chocolates has become renowned for pushing the boundaries with original flavors, influenced by its co-founders’ culinary experiences and global travels.
Head Chocolatier and co-founder Russell Pullan said: “We are so proud to win these three International Chocolate Awards for our newest flavours, and it was an honour to stand alongside so many world-class chocolatiers at the ceremony in Florence.”
Co-founder Albert Chau added: “The level of competition at the World Final is always extremely high - we are particularly delighted to have been awarded prizes in three different technical categories, especially for some of our most innovative and elaborate creations.”
The team’s three new trophies at this year’s ICA World Final follows their five wins at the 2018 British National round of this highly-respected industry competition, and brings their total ICA prize count to over 20 awards in just four years.