Tuesday, 10 November 2015

Hotel Chocolat For Christmas

One shop that's always stands out at for my at seasonal times and that is Hotel Chocolat they always go all out. Their Christmas range is huge this year with loads of choice,  a bit of something for everyone and a budget for all. 

We got sent some goodies from the Christmas range to try and test out. 

One of my favourite things about Hotel Chocolat Is you don't need a lot of it to feel satisfied, so you enjoy it more. The Classic Christmas H Box is an assortment of 14 festive chocolates with different tastes and textures . These include the Christmas Mess, Mulled Wine, Mince Pie Brownie, Brandy Butter, and almond milk Christmas Tree. 

Personally I like to try and test different flavours so an assortment for me is great, the box itself is something I would buy for a christmas treat and the almond milk chocolate tree is delicious. It includes milk, white and dark chocolate which all really go well together with the flavours. 


My favourite range from Hotel Chocolate is the bigger slabs, if I have a treat from them I will most likely go for a slab there is so much choice and I'm always a bit scared I will buy one and not like it so I stick with the same one ( billionaires shortbread). So I was really excited to be sent some mini slabs to test and try out. The pack comes with 9 classic slabs. 

The collection contains : 

Eton Mess Nano Slab, Banoffee Pie Nano Slab, Chocolate Brownie Nano Slab, 70% Dark Fruit and Nut Nano Slab, 50% Milk with Hazelnut Nano Slab, 50% Milk with puffed rice and éclat Nano Slab, 70% Dark with cocoa nibs Nano Slab, White and Caramel Cookie Crème Nano Slab, Peanut Caramel Nano Slab. 

The slabs are all such rich but bursting with flavour. They all was delicious in there own way. The 70% Dark with cocoa nibs Nano Slab was slightly to rich for me. I don't mind a bit of dark chocolate in stages but this was too much for me. Everything else especially the eton mess was amazing. 


Check out some of the range Christmas range below. So much choice this Christmas for a special treat.

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