|This mighty fine array of chocolate and PORT!! My husband loves port! He particularly enjoyed the mini hazelnut buche and I quote "that was really special"|
I think he might even be expecting another taster for Father's Day - which is on Sunday 15th June 2014. Naturally I had a little gander around the rest of the site and yes there are some more expensive options but I have to say they are well worth it. They are of a superior quality than some other well know Belgium chocolate makers who frequent themselves in local supermarkets. Not only is the packaging special - this came in a fancy bag bit like when you go shopping but the contents match the packaging. Having said this, I couldn't help but check out their more affordable options. So here is my little selection...
|These 'Dark Smiley Lick' lollies come in milk and white chocolate and are only £2 - a fancy treat from an Auntie (hint, hint!)|
And you just know the mum is thinking "oohhh er Hotel Chocolat, this wasn't just slung in the trolley at the supermarket."
|This slab of chocolate is from the rare and vintage range which we love on The 1970s Diet. Also Ecuador are in the World Cup £7.50 for 35g innit! Sorry have yet to tire of the use of this word in all many of circumstances|
|A little bit of luxury from the children and on sale at £3.75|
|From little boys to their dad - The Nibblatrons! £6|
|A touch of luxury £39|
And if you really want to wind someone up then you could send them a chocolate old fossil for £8.50!
So there you have it - lots to chose from for any budget. Have a look around their website as there are some great bargains and items in the sale! All the chocolate featured on here is on their website
I was given a Father's Day box of chocolates for free (hard gig I know) for the purpose of this review. As ever this is a true and honest account of what the hubster thought of them.