Email - 22 nov 2010
Hi. My son bought nero puro chocolate from you while on a trip to London.
I would love to get him some for Christmas. Can you ship to the US? If
so I would probably order 15 bars or so. Does that chocolate have a
certain shelf life? If I ordered about that amount can you give me an
estimate on shipping? We live in Kansas. Our postal code is 67502. Thanks
Jane W. Kansas USA
Email - 9 ago 2010
I visited your store at Borough Market on Saturday, and purchased some of
your wonderful Modica chocolate. In addition to the standard, 60 g bars,
the charming gentlemen also showed me the smaller 25 g bars (iMod) - I
bought a cherry and citrus. I have not yet tried the citrus, but the
cherry one is one of the most divine things I have ever tasted!! I would
like to know if you have more in stock, and if so, could I buy a dozen or
so of them please??! I am happy to do a mail order, or can come to Borough
in my lunch break on Thursday to collect and pay for them.
I look forward to your response - grazie mille!
Email - 17 jul 2010
Dear Sicily in London,
is it possible to send your products to Germany? I really liked your
products at Borough Market.
Email - 27 apr 2010
On Saturday 13th April I visited your stall at Borough Market and tasted a
delightful lemon flavoured oil. I was passing through London on my way
from Vienna and could not purchase the oiol. I wonder if you can now help
me identify this product as I would wish to purchase some.
iMod Think Chocolate
Posted by Dom
"I picked this pair of iPods… er… “iMods” up at Taste of Christmas last week. They’re made by a company called CioMod in Modica, Sicily, and sold in the UK by Sicily In London. Being a bit of an Apple fan, it was obviously the packaging that caught my eye here. Almost exactly the same size and shape as an iPod Nano, “iMod” comes in seven flavours, and even has a play on the old “Thing Different” slogan. What more could a fan boy ask for? ....
Modicana chocolate tasting event
AROUND 25 people came together in a cosy setting to indulge in their favourite guilty pleasure – eating chocolate.
Entrepreneur Sebastiano Accaputo unveiled his range of Sicilian chocolates in front of the excited crowd at the La Masseria restaurant in London.
The Italian was a chocolate connoseuier, smelling the aromas and dicing the bars on a chopping board like they were onions. He handed out small tantilising pieces, which left you wanting more.
We began with the purists' favourite of milk chocolate. But it was a touch bland in comparison with the rest of the Modicana range. The cinammon variety was bursting with flavour as was the vanilla. The highlight was the lemon-flavoured bar, which tasted like a refreshing boiled sweet and had a more dominant taste than the orange flavour.
The strangest sensation was the chilli flavour, which had a strong after-taste. You enjoyed the chocolate before experiencing the sharp chilli taste in your throat. ......(more)