Treat your Valentine to a Divine day
Thursday 10 February 2011
Are you looking to spoil your special somebody with something a bit more meaningful this Valentine’s Day? Forget the clichés; flowers have been done and teddies are for kids. Instead this Valentine’s is all about delicious chocolate with a heart. So why not win over your loved one with some grown-up fudge and smooth milk praline hearts from Divine Chocolate?
The Adinkra symbols on Divine Chocolate are from West Africa, and show off the company's Ghanaian ownership. Each of them has a special meaning which you can read about here. You could even surprise the one you love by telling them which symbol is most like them.
So it looks like buying Divine Chocolate this Valentine’s Day will not only please your loved one's taste palette, but could make them feel an extra bit better overall! And isn’t it what love is all about?
And for one lucky reader,The Independent has an entire hamper of chocolates for you and him/her indoors to gorge on. There's so much chocolate here, you could literally shower them in the stuff. For your chance to win this lovely hamper of Divine Chocolate just answer the following question:
This competition closes on Monday 28 February.
To read the Independent's terms and conditions, click here.
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