Sunday, 21 December 2014

Chocolate and Christmas!

One thing every house needs at Christmas is chocolate!  I have memories as a child of my Nan, every year, without fail, sending a tin of chocolates to put under the tree, even wrapping it up and putting a bow on it, even though we all knew what it was!  I was always the only person to love coffee creams, so even now I am still distraught that you no longer get them in the tins!

Moving in from that trauma, this year, I was sent an amazing package of chocolates from Lindt, one of my favourite brands of Chocolate! Lindt have been around since 1879. Rodolphe Lindt, the son of a Bernese pharmacist, wanted to make chocolate and through hard work and sheer determination he reached his dream.  Today Lindt chocolate can be found in most supermarkets and Highstreet stores with the chocolate being noticeable for its bright red packaging, perfect for this time of year.

In my package** was the following:

The Lindt Bear with Chocolate Hearts.  This set contains an adorable 100g Lindt Milk chocolate bear and 3 Lindor milk chocolate melting hearts.  Who doesn't love a Lindt bear? This pack will cost you around £5.99 which is amazing value for money and. Perfect alternative to a selection box if you want something a little more special.


The Lindt Lindor Milk Chocolate Truffle Balls and Bells with strings make the perfect edible Christmas tree decoration. These irresistible chocolate tree decorations will make a lovely finishing touch to any Christmas tree.  Costing around £3.50, they are great value for money and a definite must have for my tree!



The Lindt Mini Santa hollow milk chocolate figures are the perfect sized Christmas chocolate gift to fill a stocking or for edible decoration. They come in a pack of five and are perforated so that they make a perfect accompaniment to a stocking, Christmas gift or even on the table as a decoration. Priced at just £2.79 they are again, brilliant value for money. 



So, if you are still needing to buy the Christmas, don't forget to try Lindt, they have something for everyone and the chocolates tastes mouth-wateringly good!

Do you buy chocolate for Christmas?

17 comments:

  1. Those chocolate santas are so cute, and you do still get coffee creams in Roses which I'm eating whilst blog reading :)

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  2. This looks tooo good! I may have to stock up on a tonne of Christmas chocolate to get me through revision for my mock exams after the break. This post has made my mouth water so much!
    Megan x meguana.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. Lindt also have the cutest little reindeer antlers with chocs so you can dress up while you eat! I love Lindor best I thik ;-)

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  4. haha WOW that is a lot of lindt!!! Merry Christmas :) Hidden Freckles Blog

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  5. It's not Christmas without some lovely chocolates. We end up eating lots and lots of chocolates for Christmas! :) x
    www.lilinhaangel.com

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  6. very festive, you have to Christmas chocs. Merry Christmas.

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  7. Oh I am super jealous! They look so yummy! I adore Lindt.

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  8. We love Lindt chocolates one of our fav collection.

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  9. I love Lindt, I always get a reindeer in my Christmas stocking.

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  10. I love Lindt Chocolate and these are so cute! will be hunting these down I think! xxx

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  11. I love Lindt chocolate! I do have to hide them though!

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  12. The packaging looks cute :) It would be a great gift for chocolate lover like myself :)

    Laura
    Pink Frenzy

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  13. christmas wouldn't be christmas without chocolate!

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  14. Christmas and chocolate makes the festive season complete

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  15. I always buy lindt for christmas, not see the tree decorations though

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