Sweet token: 10 best Valentine's Day chocolates
Chocolate might not be original for 14 February, but the right box can make a thoughtful and delicious gift
Chocolatiers love Valentine's Day. At this time of year, the shelves and online shops are full of pink and red-hued boxes. Choosing the right one, which strikes just the right note with your nearest and dearest, can be a tricky path to navigate.
We've gone through the offerings and picked a selection of the most moreish and innovative chocs; from Ashby Treats’ beautifully presented With Love Truffle Stick to Amelia Rope's luxurious and elegant Pale Sea Salt Chocolate Cubes.
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For chocolates and packaging that will surprise, we think East India Company's Spice Infused box is a winner if you're feeling extravagant. For just a taste of chocolate to go with a card or another pressie, the Charbonnel et Walker Mini Pink Heart Champagne Truffles are a sweet touch. And for an office pleaser come Friday, the box of Butlers Valentine Hearts work well for a single or attached crowd.
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