Luxury Chocolates this Christmas: Choc on Choc

Christmas is just around the corner and Christmas is a time when you don’t have to feel guilty about chocolate. Whether buying them for a gift or treating yourself , chocolates always go down a treat. I love the odd nice bit of chocolate now and again but I’m bored of the usual supermarket shelf brands. Therefore it’s always lovely to indulge in so with a little extra special.
Choc on Choc started 10 years ago in the village of Rode (near Bath). They are a British brand and offer a unique lovely selection of handmade chocolates and chocolate gifts. Their products come with very unique designs. They use finest delicious Belgian chocolate to create their superb chocolates making them taste as good as they look.
Choc on Choc chocolates are available all year round and change all the time with new products constantly added. Chocolates are made for a variety of special occasions throughout the year and some of the gifts can even be personalised for that extra special touch.
Their chocolate products are really amazing and “out there”. Such as chocolate shoes, handbags, deck chairs, ice creams, animals and lots more amazing chocolate creations.
Of course they have a fabulous Christmas Selection too with all sorts of festive shapes and designs.
One of the Christmas products is this Christmas Hamper.

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The hamper is available to purchase now and contains a selection of delicious fine chocolate treats.
Contains: 1 x choc reindeer (containing 9 chocs), 1 x choc hats and puds (containing 9 chocs), 1 x choc penguins and salted caramel truffles (containing 16 chocs), 1 x santa bar
It would be a superb gift to send through the post or even give that special person on Christmas Day. The products have a shelf life of 9 months too so no need to worry about keeping it for a few more weeks.

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If your looking for something a little smaller than a hamper then one of sharing boxes maybe just what you want.

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This is the Milk reindeer box and it contains 9 delicious chocolates. 8 of them in the shape of reindeers and a Christmas tablet in the middle. The reindeers are made from both milk and white Belgian chocolate. It’s called a sharing box as the intention is to share when friends and family visit at Christmas. I’m not too sure I want to share mine tho as they look so fabulous and luxurious and taste amazing. The chocolate just seems to melt in mouth. There are lots of other sharing boxes to choose from too.
I am so looking forward to my luxury chocolate treats this Christmas.

1 Comment

  1. November 28, 2013 / 21:47

    yum these sound lovely x

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