Christmas is the time for joy, festive cheer and of course lots and lots of chocolate! I think the ultimate indulgent gifts would have to be chocolate hampers, a box or basket, filled with delicious treats that you can work through. These options allow the recipient the option of sampling lots of different flavours and styles that they cannot get from being gifted a single chocolate bar. Having this option is a popular choice when it comes to gifting and is one I have been a firm favourite of this year especially.
A chocolate shop is somewhere I have always visited as my first port of call for sweet gifts and I have memories of going in and picking the individual chocolates from the glass window to create my own bespoke bag of treats. Now that I am older, I love the idea of giving (and receiving) a really good and well thoughtout gift, my favourites including chocolate hampers. I am afraid I am one of those mums though that tells the girls its something spicy and they won’t like it so that I can have it all to myself – I am sure I’m not the only one!
Of course it’s not just chocolate that is on offer at sweet and chocolate shops these days, but boxes of toffee and fudge are available too. The girls always buy their dad a box of fudge for Christmas as it is his absolute favourite and it wouldn’t be Christmas without it. This year I think they would love to surprise him with a whole host of goodies combined in one box. The boxes can also be personalised which makes it a little more special too, the girls tend to get one of the elves or Christmas bears that have their names on, so how special it would be to have a box of goodies for daddy with love from them.
There’s a wide variety of chocolate hampers available, so there is sure to be something which suits everyone and is sure to be a popular gift, whether for a friend, family member or even as a secret Santa gift. You can even spoil yourself with one, after all, it is the season for giving and who says you can treat yourself to something special to enjoy over the festive period?
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