British chocolate producer Choc on Choc has created a bespoke range of handmade chocolates, just in time for Valentine’s Day.
The collection includes a recreation of a famous aphrodisiac in chocolate form. Choc on Choc’s oysters are made from pure Belgian chocolate, sold in a pack of two and paired with six champagne-filled strawberry and white chocolate truffle pearls.
The company has developed a pack of giant matchsticks made using white Belgian chocolate, inscribed with the words “perfect match” for a quirkily romantic Valentine’s gift. Also for Valentine’s, Choc on Choc has released a sculpture of the word “love” made using dark Belgian chocolate and dusted with edible gold glitter; as well as individual caramel-filled hearts accompanied by pink heart shapes set in a bar of white chocolate.
And completing the collection is a raspberry-infused heart chocolate bar, as well as a chocolate box that spells out the words “will you marry me?” to offer chocolate lovers a novel way of proposing this Valentine’s.
Prices range from £3.99 for the raspberry-infused heart chocolate bar to £24 for a gift box containing a combination of three of the items.
The artisan brand takes its name from the patented production method invented by its founders, which decadently layers chocolate on top of chocolate, producing completely unique confectionery and the ideal gift this Valentine’s Day.
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