Derry Church Artisan Chocolates

For my long time readers, I think you know (one of the many) obsessions of food is chocolate. Recently, I’ve been contacted by Chef Eric Cayton, the proprietor of Derry Church Artisan Chocolates and introduced me to his bonbon company. They don’t specialize anything else but these little bites of decadent chocolate heaven.

The bonbon flavors produced here are familiar yet unusual, inspired by cities of near and far. You wouldn’t necessarily think of pairing pomegranate with white chocolate and top it with a large dark chocolate, purple-colored blossom (it’s named Kandahar), nor think of having a bananas foster and translate it to a bonbon (named New Orleans). They do make one very fine caramel filled chocolate bar (their namesake Derry Church) and that I might have to say, is my favorite.

Please peruse through the slideshow below of what Chef Cayton sent me. I do highly recommend his chocolates. They’re both beautiful and delicious. You can taste the passion Chef Cayton puts into his bonbons.

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Derry Church Artisan Chocolates

Retail site
Prices start at $18 for 9-piece box and up
675 Williams Grove Road, Suite #1
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055


I shoot, eat, and drink. My full time job is a hospital administrator. Moonlighting as a freelance photographer and food and travel writer.