Hot chocolate Gifts - A Comforting Thought
There's something so comforting about indulging in a Hot Chocolate, especially when the temperature drops outside. All of our Hot Chocolate gifts are made with real Belgian chocolate which melts when added to milk or milk substitute to provide a luxuriously smooth and tasty chocolatey drink.
Hooray for Hot Chocolate!
I'm sure I'm not the only one who's a fan of Hot Chocolate, but there's something extra special about using real Belgian milk or dark chocolate to make it.
Our Belgian Hot Chocolate Sticks are a firm favourite amongst staff and customers alike, and now with five different flavours to choose from including our Vegan-friendly dark hot chocolate stirrer, they offer a perfect pick-me up as we head into the new season.
Other flavours in our stirrers include:
Salted Caramel, a belgian milk base topped with white chocolate and mini chunks of salted caramel fudge for that extra indulgent taste;
Mocha - perfect for coffee lovers who still need a caffeine hit, this little chocolate stirrer combines smooth milk chocolate with dark chocolate and freeze dried coffee;
Ultimately Orange - the latest flavour to join our line up offering smooth milk chocolate infused with natural manadarin oil for that authentic chocolate orange taste;
Finally, Marshmallow Hot Chocolate Stick, afterall who doesn't love a hot chocolate topped with mini marshmallows?
Join the Bombe Squad
Our Hot Chocolate Bombes have been gaining momentum, year on year, since their launch back in 2018. Now two years on, we're pleased to offer an expanded range including a Vegan-Friendly version which harnesses the power of rice milk to create a smooth vegan 'milk' chocolate bombe, and seasonal variations such as our new Big Bang Bombe with popping candy for that added crackle.
Hot Chocolate Bombes are easy to use, simply pop them into your favourite mug and pour over hot milk to watch them melt and reveal the hidden mini marshmallows inside. A great, fun gift to give and even better to receive, who said hot chocolate gifts had to be boring?