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at Wednesday, February 29, 2012
I was very lucky this month to be sent some chocolate from Hotel Chocolat chosen from their Mother’s day range to review.
While I adore receiving chocolates, and please do feel free to send, when it’s for something special I like to have a memento of the occasion so I rather like Hotel Chocolats idea of presenting some of their irresistible favourites in a Jewellery Box.
This is a lovely box set at £20 in which you are sent a little trinket box with a mirror inside and 10 chocolates to treat yourself with. The only downside to this is that you have to like praline! 6 of them were pralines 2 billionaires’ shortbread and 2 strawberry smoothies. I shared these out with my whole family and they all loved the chocolates but did agree 6 being the same were a bit of a shame. However we all liked the fact that you did get something special to keep and which you can store some precious keepsakes in.
Personally I think the images speak for themselves! They have some wonderful gifts starting at below £5 so perfect for all budgets!