Fresh for up to
1 month on arrival
and fully recyclable
Please note our chocolates are not available for international delivery.
These 6 chocolates are a cute little treat! The hand iced illustrations include doughnuts, cupcakes and even a great big gateau. Perfect for any occasion.
- Chocolate obsessives
- 6 hand-iced chocolates
- Presented in our famous hand-illustrated gift boxes
- Add a FREE message card at checkout
Our chocolates are all made by our friends at Beugnies Les Chocolat in Belgium. They come in a variety of wonderful flavours including: earl grey ganache, salted caramel, mint ganache, hazelnut praline, lemon ganache, candied ginger ganache, franzipan, dark raspberry ganache, dark rose ganache, praline crisp, dark orange ganache and caramelised sesame praline.
We use naturally derived colours wherever possible (carotene, beetroot extract, red cabbage blue, carbon and caramelised sugar) but your chocolates may contain up to FIVE of the following: E129, E128, E124, E104, E110, E133, E155, E153, E102, E422, E551, which may have an adverse effect on activity and attention in children.
Kept in a cool, dry place (but not in the fridge!) our chocolates have a minimum shelf life of one month, though we doubt anyone has the willpower to resist them for that long! If you're not sure, please check the best before date it's stamped on the underside of each tin.
As all our chocs are handmade, there may be some small variations in colour and design in each tin. We think this adds to their charm we hope you agree!
Our hand-decorated chocolates are beautifully and securely delivered in our signature, hand-illustrated gift box. Every element of our letterbox gifts are fully recyclable. They’re designed to pop through your letterbox should you not be home, it means you'll never miss an all-important biscuit delivery again. Not only are they saving the postie’s legs, but it reduces the need for redeliveries.
We believe beautiful gifts shouldn’t have to cost the earth, to read more about our initiatives read our sustainability review