Ayni Paleo Chocolate Moustaches

We were recently treated to some delicious paleo chocolate moustaches from the fabulous Ayni, (Creatively Paleo).




As if that wasn’t fun enough, moustaches come in four flavours: Chocolate, Mint Chocolate, Orange Chocolate and the exciting sounding Spicy Chilli Chocolate!

Tastiness and obvious fun-making potential aside, Ayni chocolates are even more fantastic because all of their chocolates are made from raw organic cacao and are dairy, soy and grain free (therefore gluten free) making them perfect for people with an allergy to many of the constituents of regular chocolate and for those who would wish to avoid these foods from their diet.

And there’s MORE! It can be a tad guilt-inducing at times that children with allergies or particular dietary requirements can be limited in ‘fun’ chocolate choices, but not with Ayni chocolate - as well as their more ‘grown-up’ range, they also make double decker buses and some wonderful chocolate buttons!


So kids – young and old – can have fun with their chocolate!

Why not pop over to their site and have a look for yourself?

Ayni - Creatively Paleo Chocolate

Thank you to Ayni Chocolate for sending us 5 (one each) moustaches to taste and review – they were really well received and we’ll definitely be back to order more!

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52 Weeks of Nature: The end of July in France

Still on catch up with the photos from France and holidays bring plenty of opportunities to learn new things!  Here are a collection of various pics taken of wildlife and plants in the last week of July.

A little wall lizard

Hummingbird Hawkmoth in Sorede

A frog at La Vallee des Tortues

A very large ant moving a fragment of a nut at La Vallee des Tortues

Land Caddis Fly at Les Paulliles

Grasshopper at Les Paulliles

Juvenile seagulls having a quick take-out on the beach at St Cyprien

A distant heron on the lagoon at St Cyprien


An egret (again from a distance – I only have my phone to take pictures on and it can be challenging at these distances!)


The following were also all taken at St Cyprien, but I haven’t got around to identifying any of them yet.


With thanks, as ever, to the members of For the Love of Nature on Facebook, who helped identify some of the photos here.  If you know what any of the unidentified plants are, I’d really appreciate you helping!

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