At the age of 12, animal lover Janet Coghlan survived an horrific attack by a Bengal tiger. Three decades later she has crafted these beautiful chocolates to help save the species, which has seen its population decimated by over 95% in the last 100 years.
The mauling at a zoo in the north-east of England left Janet needing plastic surgery to wounds across her face, neck and body. But the ordeal sparked a lifelong concern for animal welfare: "I helped at the zoo because I loved animals - and I still do. But animals like tigers should be in the wild, not in pens or cages."
After the attack, the zoo owners gave Janet a huge box of chocolates; she has always associated the brand with Bengal tigers! Now Janet and her team of chocolatiers have created Tiger J's to support the animals' cause. By enjoying them, you are helping the Born Free Foundation to save tigers from extinction.
Read more on www.tigerjchocolates.com