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Tuan the Orangutan to support SOS

We're supporting SOS (Sumatran Orangutan Society) with our milk chocolate Orangutan called Tuan!

  • A 'gift that keeps on giving' - as featured in Metro Dec 4th 2019
  • £3.50 from each sold will go to SOS to buy cocoa tree seedlings
  • 1 Tuan sold = 2 cocoa trees
  • The cocoa trees will help the re-forestation of the Orangutan's natural habitat 
  • 2,500 trees funded as of November 2019
  • 45% Venezuela origin milk chocolate with naturally coloured speckles
  • Lush adapted the mould they use for their orangutan soap for us as a collaboration!
  • He is sitting on a nest of green paper 'grass'
  • Box is made of 70% recycled plastic that is 100% recyclable
  • Tuan weighs 100g
Price includes free giftcard with your message
Definitely Soya Free



Meet Tuan and Tuantoo, our chocolate orangutans, created to help support the work of SOS the Sumatran Orangutan Society. 
By the way, Tuan means 'Sir' in Malay. We think if you met our Tuan in person, you would definitely call him Sir!

Tuan is made with our single origin 45% milk chocolate from Venezuela, and is a bespoke and unique new design created in collaboration with Lush Cosmetics, another (much bigger!) Doset brand. They very kindly adapted their SOS orangutan mould for us to be able to make a chocolate version.  Lush have supported SOS for many years and have recently raised money from the sale of their orangutan soaps to buy back land that has been destroyed by palm oil plantations & now we are doing our bit to help reforest these areas of land with our chocolate orangutans!
They are delighted that we are joining the cause to reforest areas of this precious rainforest as not are orangutans under threat but also rhinos, tigers & elephants. All 4 of these iconic species are now classified as "critically endangered" because of the destruction of their habitat. 

Help us rebuild the rainforest

£3.50 from the sale of each chocolate orangutan will go to towards planting cocoa tree seedlings in Sumatra. Every Tuan sold will buy and plant two cocoa tree seedlings, which will help bring sustainable trees back to deforested areas to restore the orangutans habitat and will fruit in the future. We were thrilled to discover from the SOS team in Sumatra, that orangutans love eating cocoa bean flesh fresh from the pod! Growing cocoa will also bring wider income streams to local farmers. In five years time, we hope to be buying the cocoa beans from the farmers, to make orangutan-approved Chococo chocolate!

Did you know that some of the biggest British chocolate brands contain palm oil?

It is added to cut costs as they replace a % of the more expensive cocoa butter with cheaper "vegetable fats" including palm oil. It is easy to avoid chocolate containing it though as they have to declare it in their ingredients labels. We never have, & never will, use palm oil as we only work with fine chocolate made with pure cocoa butter.

Why is palm oil so harmful?

Palm oil isn't harmful when farmed sustainably, however unfortunately in Sumatra the rainforests are under immense threat from industrial scale deforestation, with huge areas being flattened to make way for farm land due to the overwhelming international demand for palm oil. Some of it is farmed sustainably but sadly, most of it isn't. In Sumatra there is now 4 times as much land cultivated with oil palms as there is orangutan habitat remaining & there are now only 14,600 orangutans left - putting them on the critically endangered list.


ingredients: sugar, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, whole milk powder, sunflower lecithin, natural vanilla. Natural colours: beetroot, curcumin
Milk chocolate: 45% (min) cocoa solids, 18% milk solids

Allergy information:
For allergens, see ingredients listed in bold

Made in our chocolate kitchen which also handles gluten, nuts & soya, so there may be traces

Additional Info

Additional Info

Storage Advice Please keep cool, dry and away from direct sunlight and strong odours.


Delivery Information

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(£6.95 per package over 1kg)

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Northern Europe: £8.95 not tracked & please allow more time to arrive
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