Divinely Decadent Chocolate Hamper – Review and Giveaway #75

The British Hamper Company

When the British Hamper Company got in touch with me and explained that they worked with small, artisan and independent food producers, my e-ears pricked up. It wasn’t too much longer before a Divinely Decadent Chocolate Hamper arrived at my door. Woohoo!

Who can resist a well put together hamper? Not me, it seems. There’s something so luxurious about receiving a hamper, that the feel good factor it gives is hard to put a price on. As the name suggests, The British Hamper Company is a family run firm that delivers luxury British food hampers both to the UK and around the world. As already mentioned, the products are all from independent producers, which gets it several brownie points from me. I’ve had a good look around the site and I haven’t spotted many hampers I would say no to.

Divinely Decadent Chocolate Hamper

The Divinely Decadent Chocolate Hamper met with my approval as soon as I took the fabulous box out of its packaging. Beautifully presented, with an accompanying gift card and ribbon tying it together, I spent quite some time admiring it before I could bring myself to open it. The box is sturdy with an attractive and clever design which needs a little studying to fully appreciate it. The colours are reminiscent of the blue and red you’d expect from something loudly proclaiming its British credentials, but they are subtler, a reddish brown and a blueish grey. The pictures are of typical London icons, but with a wry touch of humour; the inclusion of a raincloud certainly made me smile.  The box makes a nice change from a wicker hamper and it’s a keeper. I’m now contemplating what I can store in it, once the chocolate contents have disappeared – which probably wont be very long. 

So, you may well be asking, what was inside the the Divinely Decadent Chocolate Hamper? On opening the lid and hunting through the wood wool, I found seven well chosen items. Not only were they all of good quality, but there was a nice mix of products, from truffles, to tiffin to drinking chocolate, from dark chocolate to milk – something for everyone. I was familiar with some of the brands, but not all of them. If this box of delights doesn’t grab your fancy, there are plenty of other chocolate hampers to choose from.

Milk of the Gods – Willie’s Cacao

As I have probably said more times than I care to think of on this blog, a really good quality high cocoa content milk chocolate is my absolute favourite. Willie’s Milk of the Gods ticks all the right boxes. Willie Harcourt-Couze is a bean to bar chocolate manufacturer in Devon who sources his chocolate ethically from single estates around the tropics. Originating from the Hacienda San Augustine estate in Venezuela, this bar is made from Trinitario cacao beans and has a cacao content of 44%. The ingredients are simple: no lecithin, just cacao beans, raw cane sugar and milk. It tastes sublime, which strangely is what it says on the packet. It’s rich with a smooth texture and has the slight tang of buttermilk which I really like and immediately associate with good quality milk chocolate and its not too sweet either. It comes in a single 50g block, so it’s obviously not made to be broken up into neat little pieces and shared – or that’s how I read it.

Milk of the Gods

Dark Chocolate Tiffin – More Food

Tiffin is always a hit in this house and the six pieces of belgian chocolate mixed with cherries, sultanas and crisp biscuit pieces didn’t last long at all. The dark chocolate made them rich and not too sweet, which is just how I like them.

More Food Tiffin

Choccy Scoffy – Monty Bojangles

My mother is a big fan of Monty Bojangles, so the 100g box of cocoa dusted truffles is destined for her. In fact Monty Bojangles’ truffles proved such a hit when I introduced them to her a couple of years ago, that they have become a firm favourite with various, aunts, uncles and cousins. I’ve not tried these particular ones before, but I’m sure they won’t disappoint.

Decadent Chocolate Hamper

Old Fashioned Fondant Creams – Mr Stanley’s

I have a real weakness for peppermint chocolate and blame it all on my first childhood sweet making activities when peppermint creams were about all I could cope with. The fondant creams in this 90g box are covered with 55% dark chocolate and dark chocolate is just what is needed to offset the sweetness of the filling. I’d not heard of Mr Stanley before, but it seems he started up business in 1843 and the traditional confectionery made today is still produced in copper pots.

Orange Peel Dipped in Dark Chocolate – Chocca Mocca

I’d never heard of Chocca Mocca before. Apparently they are a group of fine chocolate aficionados who cover sumptuous fruit and nuts in chocolate. The rather attractive box I received contained 100g of little sticks of crystallised orange peel covered in a 65% dark chocolate. They were tasty and the orange came through loud and clear, however both CT and I thought they would have benefited from being a little less sweet.

Chocca Mocca Orange Sticks

Drinking Chocolate – Chocca Mocca

I do like the, err, odd cup of hot chocolate, so the 150g tin of Belgian milk chocolate drops is very welcome. The tin is tall and elegant and will be retained to fill with more drinking chocolate once this has run out. I haven’t wanted to break into it yet, but I’ve subsequently heard, that the tiny chocolate buttons are wonderful eaten just as they are. It will be interesting to try though, as I tend to use dark chocolate only when making hot chocolate at home. 

Chocca Mocca Drinking Chocolate

Chilli Chocolate – South Devon Chilli Farm

The South Devon Chilli Farm is another company that is local (ish) to me, so it would be a sad thing indeed if I hadn’t sampled their wares before. All the chillies contained in their chocolate are grown on the premises. I’m a big fan of chilli chocolate and this 60% dark 100g chocolate bar is best nibbled at in small doses. It’s certainly a good way of firing up your body for an up-and-at-’em event.

Divinely Decadent Chocolate Hamper

Divinely Decadent Chocolate Hamper Giveaway

The British Hamper Company is kindly offering one Tin and Thyme reader a a Divinely Decadent Chocolate Hamper worth £50. To be in with a chance of winning, please fill in the Gleam widget below. You will need to leave a comment on this post, answering the question, which then gives you additional chances to enter if you so wish. Gleam will pick a winner at random from the entries received who will then be contacted via e-mail. If you are commenting anonymously, please give me some way of identifying you as I will be verifying the validity of entries. Any automated entries will be disqualified. This giveaway is only open to those with a UK mainland postal address. Winners will need to respond within 5 days of being contacted. Failure to do this may result in another winner being picked. There are no cash alternatives.
Divinely Decadent Chocolate Hamper
The Divinely Decadent Chocolate Hamper is offered and provided by the British Hamper Company and Tin and Thyme accepts no responsibility for the acts or defaults of said third party. Tin and Thyme reserves the right to cancel or amend the giveaway and these terms and conditions without notice.
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  1. Leave a Reply

    Tracy K Nixon
    7th May 2016

    Lindor or Galaxy as they are both my favourite brands – their chocolate seems to melt in my mouth! Delicious!

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      Diane Duggan
      6th June 2016

      Guylian Chocolate Seashells or any other chocolates from their delicious range.

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    Margaret Clarkson
    7th May 2016

    Lindt because I love it above all others, it is just so smooth and delicious.

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    Jo Hutchinson
    7th May 2016

    Martin’s Chocolatier Raspberry, Marc de Champagne, White Chocolate truffles because they taste absolutely wonderful.

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    7th May 2016

    No specific brand, but I’d like to see chocolate from small batch handmade sellers. They usually have some really interesting things

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      8th May 2016

      That they do. We have a fab one down in Cornwall, but he’s chocolate are still not that easy to come by.

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    Lucy H
    7th May 2016

    On a recent trip to the Cotswolds I bought some chocolate from The Cotswold Chocolate company, it was absolutely delicious – so creamy! That would go down a treat 🙂

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      8th May 2016

      I’ve not heard of them Lucy. I do like to hear about local chocolate companies.

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    Tracey Peach
    7th May 2016

    I would love to see Lindor because I love all the different flavour chocolate they make

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    7th May 2016

    I would like to see more unusual chocolates. Something artisan or decadent! I do love chocolate!

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    clair downham
    7th May 2016

    would love some green and black with a hint of chilli or seasalt yummy thankyou

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      8th May 2016

      Green and Black’s was the first “ethical’ chocolate I ever tasted – way back when. So I have a bit of a soft spot for it.

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    Tania Atfield
    7th May 2016

    Lindt or Milka because they are my favourite

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    Andrew Petrie
    7th May 2016

    Hotel Chocolat because it’s the best I’ve tasted.

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    Tania Atfield
    7th May 2016

    Lindt or Milka because they taste amazing and they are my favourite (disregard last comment because not enough words)

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    Susan Elai Kelly Carter
    7th May 2016

    I would like to see Booja-Booja Rum Sozzled Sultana Chocolate Truffles; choc and alcohol is a fab combo.

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      8th May 2016

      Ooh nice choice Susan. Booja-Booja are fab, though I haven’t tried those particular ones.

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    kim neville
    7th May 2016

    My favourite is Lindt especially their praline chocolates which are out of this world

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    Angela McDonald
    7th May 2016

    I’d love to see Ferrero Rocher in there as they are delicious, there are lots of variety in the range and they have that little touch of luxury!

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    Lynne Durkin
    7th May 2016

    Lindt Dior chocolate as it always feels like a real treat to receive some x

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    Angela / Only Crumbs Remain
    7th May 2016

    To be honest the chocolate I’ve mainly eaten has been produced by the big names, so I can’t really say which brand would be good in the hamper other than saying a range of chocolate from small artisan producers as it would seem more luxurious and special.

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      8th May 2016

      Yes, it’s not all that easy to get hold of artisan / independently produced chocolate Angela, but I know Waitrose stock a few good ones.

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    emma walters
    7th May 2016

    Lindor are yummy & a luxury so makes it even more special

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    William Gould
    7th May 2016

    I’d love to see Ghirardelli chocolate from San Francisco! It’s so smooth and creamy, and VERY moor-ish!

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      8th May 2016

      Another one I’ve not heard of William. I think I’m going to have to make a list and have a plan to try them all – somehow!

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    laura banks
    7th May 2016

    Lindt as the chocolate just melts in your mouth

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    Kim M
    7th May 2016

    I’ve never had Hotel Chocolat – would love to try that

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    Anne Perry
    7th May 2016

    I would like to see Endangered Species Chocolate because it is non gmo.

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      8th May 2016

      I’ve not come across that one Anne. Sounds interesting, although any organic chocolate should be non GMO.

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    Anthony Harrington
    7th May 2016

    any chocolate in any brand is ok in my book! I have never had Hotel Chocolat so that would be nice to try.

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    7th May 2016

    I’d like to try one of the Lakrids combinations of chocolate and liquorice, such as the Raspberry Chocolate Coated Chilli Liquorice.

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      8th May 2016

      Ooh, that does sound interesting Suelle. I think I’d like to try that too.

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    melanie stirling
    7th May 2016

    Hotel Chocolat or Lindt because I love their chocolate ,its so rich and luxurious.

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    Spencer Broadley
    8th May 2016

    I’d love to see Lindt because it is meltingly gorgeous in the mouth

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    8th May 2016

    I am such a chocolate pleb. Got to be Nestle crunch

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    Iris W
    8th May 2016

    Lindor balls the original are my favourites, best straight out of the fridge. I am Swiss and think we make the best chocolate 😉

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    Sara Goodman
    8th May 2016

    Lindt, their chocolate is AMAZING!!
    Thanks for a gorgeous giveaway 🙂 xx

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    the caked crusader
    8th May 2016

    What is it about hampers that always seems to devilishly appealing?
    I love chocolate – milk, white, dark but always veer towards Swiss, rather than Belgian.

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    Katie Skeoch
    8th May 2016

    Caramac, there just isn’t enough caramac products to choose from! It’s my favourite treat

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    Helen Thurston
    8th May 2016

    Booja Booja, Gnaw and Hotel Chocolat – preferably dairy free options

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      9th May 2016

      Booja Booja is fantastic and Hotel Chocolat I know well, but I’ve not heard of Gnaw before.

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      9th May 2016

      It really is Angie. The chocolates are all lovely, but I think my favourite part is the box.

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    Bee Gianni
    8th May 2016

    Either Godiva or Sees because they are both top of the line textures and Flavors

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    Susan B
    8th May 2016

    My favourite chocolate brand is Booja Booja because their truffles are divine and they are dairy free.

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    Heather Haigh
    8th May 2016

    I would love to see chocolate from the raw chocolate company – their products are delcious and healthy

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      9th May 2016

      Oh good idea Heather. I’ve tried a couple of their chocolate products and they are very good.

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    Samantha Loughlin
    8th May 2016

    Hotel chocolate because they are simply sublime and utterly delicious

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    Jo Glasspool
    8th May 2016

    Cadburys as I’m a huge fan. They have such a great variety, but i am more than happy with Dairy Milk.

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    Layla Thomas
    8th May 2016

    I know it’s in the picture but I’d love to try Monty Bojangles just because I’ve never tried them and they look great.

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    iain maciver
    9th May 2016

    Hotel Chocolat or Lindt as its yummy

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      Helen Cooper
      10th May 2016

      Orange peel covered in dark chocolate as it could be one of my five a day!

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    9th May 2016

    My mother and nannies favourite topic of conversation is how downhill Cadbury has gone! Hotel chocolat is a real treat. And I like galaxy too. This hamper looks amazing! Fingers crossed.

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    9th May 2016

    Definitely Cocoa Loco as their products are all organic and FT plus artisan and small batch produced.

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    9th May 2016

    Chilli chocolate with a high cocoa percentage beats everything else

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    Maggie Norvell
    9th May 2016

    Booja Booja has long been a favourite – simply delicious !

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    Anita Grice-Goldsmith
    9th May 2016

    This is a comment not an ‘entry’! I’m posting on Charlotte Flowers Chocolates because I have honestly never tasted anything that blew my palette (and my mind) like these chocs do. I love her mint chocolate which tastes just like freshly picked mint – and I don’t even like mint chocolate! Artisnal, sustainable cocoa, locally sourced flavours from the Scottish hills and…well, try them! I am not connected to the business btw, i just loved them.

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      11th May 2016

      Oh, thank you Anita. I’ve not heard of these, but they sound wonderful.

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    Henry Little
    9th May 2016

    i don’t mind as long as its tasty, not cheap and nasty tasting, something like Hotel Chocolat

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    Anita Grice-Goldsmith
    9th May 2016

    Charlotte Flowers Chocolate – fresh seasonal flavours infused in decadent chocolate

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    9th May 2016

    Hotel Chocolat; their range is absolutely delicious, and I believe it’s fair trade, too

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    lucy higgins
    9th May 2016

    lindor as its so creamy and delicious

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    karen cowley
    9th May 2016

    I’m a big kid and love caramac but any chocolate goes down well with me x

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    Sue Price
    9th May 2016

    I would like to see Lindt, they have some amazing flavout combinations ☺️

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    Rachel Craig
    9th May 2016

    Dairy Milk as Delicious. Also Divine, as Divine. Also Lindor as Tasty. I do so like chocolate. Belgian chocolate/s Wonderful.

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    Lindsey Loftman
    9th May 2016

    Lindt Milk chocolate as it always feels like a real treat to receive some

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    Andrea Fletcher
    9th May 2016

    Hotel chocolat is my favourite especially the slabs they do.

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    Michelle smith
    9th May 2016

    I love green and blacks dark chocolate because it’s full of antioxidents

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    Abigail Cullen
    9th May 2016

    I would like to see Hotel Chocolat, as I love their chocolate slabs and always plump for the Rocky road one, with the combination of different pieces to bite into, it’s really nice.

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    Chrissie Curtis
    9th May 2016

    I would love to see some green and blacks in the hamper – Especially the Butterscotch!

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    Becky Duffy
    10th May 2016

    Probably hotel chocolat, but I do love kinder chocolate but not sure it would fit in with this hamper, either would be fine by me!

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    Paul Wilson
    10th May 2016

    My preference would be for a variety, I like to try different kinds.

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    Hassina Begum
    10th May 2016

    I love Greens & Black because their organic and made ethically.

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    Lorna Kennedy
    10th May 2016

    Hotel Chocolat is my favourite . As a company they care about sustainability and climate change, and their Rocky Road Slabs are to die for!

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    Jo m welsh
    10th May 2016

    Thorntons chocolate because that’s what I lobe and lots of different fillings and flavours

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    Fiona K
    10th May 2016

    Lindt because I love Swiss milk chocolate in particular, although I love all chocolate!

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    Tracey Belcher
    10th May 2016

    The smooth creamy tasting Lindt or Milka is always welcome

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    10th May 2016

    I would love to see Lindt as their chocolate is so yummy!

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    Holly Gibson
    10th May 2016

    Hotel chocolat as they are my absolute favourite, and I find that they actually last for ages because they are so rich, I only need one at a time!

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    Valerie Brown
    10th May 2016

    A good dairy free / lactose free chocolate bar or chocolates would be great. Like my daughter not everyone can enjoy the real thing

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    10th May 2016

    Hotel Chocolat is always delicious.

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    Frances H
    10th May 2016

    Any brand of good quality chocolate gets my vote every time.

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    Louise A
    10th May 2016

    I adore White Maltesers but they seem to have disappeared so would be very happy if I saw those in the hamper

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    Sue McCarthy
    10th May 2016

    Cadbury Medley and Puddles, I’ve never tried either of these

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    Kelly Glen
    10th May 2016

    Dairy Milk because it is my favourite

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    Kristy Brown
    10th May 2016

    I’d love to see more Hotel Chocolat as they are divine and one of my favourite choccies

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    john jackson
    10th May 2016

    No specific brand, but I’d like to see chocolate from small batch handmade sellers. They usually have some really interesting things

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    amy bondoc
    10th May 2016

    Lindt , its my favourite chocolate its so rich and creamy yum yum

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    10th May 2016

    lindt it all our family fav espically the white chocolate ones they dont last long in our home

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    julie feathers
    10th May 2016

    Lily O’Brien lovely chocolate fillings Yummy

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    10th May 2016

    Love to see Lindt, love it especially their lovely easter bunnies xx

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    Lorraine Tinsley
    10th May 2016

    I love Lindt chocolate, but I also love trying anything new and different. I especially love dark chocolate.

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    steven young
    10th May 2016

    Seed and Bean. Because it’s Organic, fairtrade and ethical, definitely feel less guilty eating a whole bar for this reason!

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      11th May 2016

      Haha, I like the idea of guilt free chocolate and Seed and Bean is nice stuff too 🙂

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    glenn hutton
    10th May 2016

    I love most chocolate but it would be lovely to maybe include some chocolate from some smaller producers which might make some surprise flavours/combinations.

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    Lucy Major
    10th May 2016

    I love Elizabeth shaw mints because i love dark chocolate and mint with chocolate 🙂 Always been my fave

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    Annette Oliver
    10th May 2016

    Thorntons, especially strawberry cremes

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    Jo Carroll
    10th May 2016

    Elizabet Shaw if it has to be British choccy but my fave is Ferero Rocher 😉

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    Emma H
    10th May 2016

    Green and blacks, because I really love the Milk chocolate and butterscotch bars.

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    Gareth B
    10th May 2016

    Green & Blacks – tasty and ethical

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    Lucy I
    10th May 2016

    It would be easier to tell you the chocolate the chocolate I don’t like rather than the brands I do. Don’t like Nestle, Thorntons or 85 % Dsark chocolate – everything else is good

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    Graham Anderson
    10th May 2016

    Lindt because I love it.

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    Jaelin Farrow
    10th May 2016

    Hotel Chocolat, it’s such a luxury for me having chocolates from there! They are always so yummy as well 🙂

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    Emily Knight
    10th May 2016

    It would have to be Lindor for me – I’m slightly obsessed with all of the flavours!

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    10th May 2016

    everybody in my home loves Lindor chocolates.

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    Jo Young
    10th May 2016

    Lindt as it’s my favourite luxury chocolate

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    Janet Dring
    10th May 2016

    Hotel Chocolat as it’s the best chocolate I have ever tasted

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    Sarah N
    10th May 2016

    I quite like Green and Blacks chocolate, so I’d like to see some more of that.

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    Jo Jones
    10th May 2016

    Hand made chocolates are always special & so distinctive

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    Lisa Cotton
    10th May 2016

    Far too many lovely chooclate brands to choose from! My chocolate of fancy at the moment though is Galaxy

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    Laura Jeffs
    10th May 2016

    Plamil is simply the best chocolate around, for me! It’s dairy and gluten free, and they even have ‘no sugar added’ chocolate (and it’s super-yummy!)

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    10th May 2016

    After eights there always a favourite just love them been around for years

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    laura stewart
    10th May 2016

    galaxy for me because its creamy x

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    Kirsty Hosty
    10th May 2016

    Malteser Bunnies would be amazing

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    kayleigh white
    10th May 2016

    Lindt – you cannot beat that chocolate!

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    Hannah Smith
    10th May 2016

    Rococo – bought my step-dad a lovely easter egg from them this year and I was very impressed with the detailing and taste!

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      11th May 2016

      They are a fab brand Hannah, though I’ve only tried a couple of their chocolates. Good choice.

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    Lucy Weatherley
    10th May 2016

    Lindt – nothing compares to this taste

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    10th May 2016

    love green and blacks- particularly the butterscotch- delicious! thank you for the great prize!

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    Heather T
    10th May 2016

    Lily O’Briens chocolate from Ireland – her cupcake chocolates are to die for

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    Joy B
    10th May 2016

    The ferrero chocolates that are difficult to find in the UK like the coffee pockets.

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    10th May 2016

    Any chocolate is good with me! But lindt is probably my favourite 🙂

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    Claire Russell
    10th May 2016

    Divine as it is Fairtrade

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    S Bufton
    10th May 2016

    I would love to see galaxy chocolate in the hamper because it is so smooth and creamy

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    Alix Boswell
    10th May 2016

    i love green & blacks chocolate, its rich and good quailty

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    Maggie Coates
    10th May 2016

    My favourite chocolate of all time is Cadburys. You can’t beat a bar of good old Cadburys Dairy Milk.

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    Gail Reid
    10th May 2016

    Booja Booja are my mum’s favourites at the moment as they are delicious and vegan too <3 I would go for lindor hands down, it's so smooth and melty…..and mmmmmmmmmmm…..

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    Susan Ellins
    10th May 2016

    My favourite is galaxy and dairy milk. Cadbury’s rock. You can’t beat perfection

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    10th May 2016

    Galaxy, because its thick and creamy 🙂

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    Di Dilly
    10th May 2016

    I love Cadbury’s or Lindor. Both absolutely delicious.

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    Tracy Newton
    10th May 2016

    I love Cadbury Chocolate. But I also love going to a local chocolatier and trying his handmade delights

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    Rachael G
    10th May 2016

    Monty Bojangles – really lovely chocolates in nice packaging at an affordable price.

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    Louise Comb
    10th May 2016

    I’m really torn with this question. I’m tempted to say “Guylian Seashells”. They’re so sublime and tempting – perfect for hamper treat. And yet, my fave add on in a hamper would be something special that I’ve never tried before 🙂

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    Anna K
    10th May 2016

    I love lindt chocolate, it is so creamy and tastes great so would love to see it in the hamper.

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    stephen ashdown
    10th May 2016

    Monty Bojangles! Had an Easter egg of their, rich chocolate and scrummy truffles, give them a try as you won’t be disappointed

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    Barbara Knight
    10th May 2016

    I love Montezumas, it’s tasty. Locally I have also bought Seven Hills chocolate, they have some lovely flavours.

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    fozia Akhtar
    10th May 2016

    Lindt because I love the smooth taste

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    10th May 2016

    I’m a bit boring because my favourite all time chocolate is Dairy Milk. Would love to see some bars of that included. Maybe a few Fererro Rocher too.

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    Joanne Hutchings
    10th May 2016

    I’d like to see Gnaw chocolate. It’s a local (Norfolk) brand that looks amazing, but is just a little bit too expensive for me to treat myself.

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      11th May 2016

      Not one I’ve tried Johanne, in fact I’ve not heard of any chocolatiers in Norfolk, so good to hear.

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    Emma Nixon
    10th May 2016

    I am rather partial to hotel chocolat pralines. So i would love to see these in a hamper

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    Katie Sharman
    10th May 2016

    Lindor and terrys’s chocolate orange

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    frances hopkins
    10th May 2016

    Some Greens chocolate, so many different varieties – yum!

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    Ali Thorpe
    10th May 2016

    Cote d’Or as I adore their chocolate Bouchee praline elephants.

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    helen tovell
    10th May 2016

    Galaxy as it just has that perfect ability to melt in your mouth perfectly.

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    Stephanie Tsang
    10th May 2016

    I would love to see Lindt in it because it’s my favourite chocolate. Tastes so yummy.

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    Jim Milligan
    10th May 2016

    Montezuma’s chocolate – massive range of great tasting chocolate, I would recommend

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    Caroline H
    10th May 2016

    Cocoa Mountain. They are based in the far north of Scotland. The landscape is stark, the wind usually howling and there’s nothing for miles around. In the middle of it all is a chocolatiers and they are so good at it with amazing, inventive flavours and lovely presentation.

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      11th May 2016

      Oh, what a picture you conjure up Caroline. I’ve heard of them, but never tried their chocolates.

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    Sam McKean
    10th May 2016

    I would love to see Green and Blacks chocolate because it is so tasty and comes in an amazing variety of flavours.

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    11th May 2016

    I have a thing for chocolate with salt in it… and even more so if it’s got caramel and salt in it. And the best I have ever had is from “Paul A Young” find chocolates – it’s amazing.

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      11th May 2016

      I think I might just have to agree with you there, although our Cornish salted caramels from Chocolarder are hard to beat.

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    Laura Harrison
    11th May 2016

    Trenance Chocolate as it’s a very yummy chocolate and it is made locally (I live in Cornwall) xx

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    Angie Hoggett
    11th May 2016

    Hotel chocolat ia my absolute fave!

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    Jayne Townson
    11th May 2016

    I would love to see Thorntons, as it is so yummy and my favourite chocolate. Thanks for the yummy giveaway.

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    Leila Benhamida
    11th May 2016

    Divine chocolate range. I love their darker chocolate range they have a great selection.

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    leanne weir
    11th May 2016

    i would love to see some new independent brands in there

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    judy kennedy
    11th May 2016

    Lindt Excellence Intense Orange 100g, it has chewy bits of orange

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    Francesca Longley
    11th May 2016

    Anything from Purbeck chocolate (Chococo) as they are independant and use local ingredients. Tastes better than cadbury/mars any day

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      11th May 2016

      I suspect you are right Francesca. I have the Chococo book, but have never tried their chocolate.

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    Kate Knight
    11th May 2016

    Guylian is my favourite brand, I love their chocolate seashells so much

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    Beky Austerberry
    11th May 2016

    I would like to see some independant chocolate companies.

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    Nicky G
    11th May 2016

    Green and Blacks white chocolate, something from the raw chocolate pie company or… (Dare I say it…?) a Wispa. What a philistine I am.

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    Lorna Ledger
    11th May 2016

    Green and Black , maybe even Hotel Choclat – oooh CHOCoLATE 🙂 xxx

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    Julie Hogg
    11th May 2016

    Lindt and Cadbury’s of course – unadulterated bliss

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    Karolina Rozwarska
    11th May 2016

    My favourite is Lind chocolate! But highly recommend trying some polish milk chocolate GOPLANA!

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      12th May 2016

      I very much doubt I’ve ever tried Polish chocolate karolin a – something that needs to be remedied.

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    Tammy Tudor
    11th May 2016

    I would love to see the chocolate brand lindt included! I love their chocolate so much! 🙂

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    12th May 2016

    Lindt because it melts in your mouth.

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    Emma Walker
    12th May 2016

    I would like booja booja chocolates to be included because they are so luxurious!

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    Ann Williams
    12th May 2016

    Pemberton’s Chocolate Farm in Carmarthenshire produce some lovely chocolate. Would be great to have some from the Principality.

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      12th May 2016

      I like the idea of a chocolate farm Ann, wherever it might be located 😉

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    12th May 2016

    I am a big fan of Montezumas Chocolate! So Delicious!

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    Jennifer Haden
    12th May 2016

    That’s really hard to say, but I think any organic and all natural brand would be lovely to see more of. We eat a very clean diet in our home and it’s important to us to have more options. Lovely to see when new natural brands pop up, as the demand for healthy food grows 🙂

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      14th May 2016

      Yes, I agree Jennifer and thankfully there are many really good quality chocolates out there, although never enough of them are organic.

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    Joanne Beale
    12th May 2016

    Love to try chocolate which isn’t the big brands as the chocolate is much more nicer so would be great to try some different smaller suppliers which are hand made

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    Glyn Davies
    12th May 2016

    I would love to see some of the Mars products in the hamper, Galaxy and M&M’s

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    mick proctor
    12th May 2016

    Bournville dark chocolate – it just tastes very very very indulgent

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    pete c
    12th May 2016

    as long as they are truffles, I`d like some that come from a variety of small independent confectioners

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    lia sturman
    12th May 2016

    id love there to be some gnaw chocolate bars included they do such a good variety and they are so yummy

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    Susan Lloyd
    12th May 2016

    I am really into galaxy at the moment, or cadburys caramel.

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    12th May 2016

    Lindt chocolate is my fav even though its not British enough for the hamper!!

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    Lindsey Stuart
    12th May 2016

    I would love a milk or dark chocolate with an orange or raspberry crème in the middle! That would be lovely! I love a fruity cream in the middle of chocolate, yummy combination.

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    Shirley Evans
    12th May 2016

    I love Lindor chocolate and Bendicks,Also only like plain chocolate.

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    Kirsty Sparks
    13th May 2016

    Cadbury because that’s my favourite 🙂

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    amy fidler
    13th May 2016

    lindt,as there’s so many different varities x

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    13th May 2016

    my fave chocolate is Cadburys so would be great to see in the hamper.

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    claire griffiths
    13th May 2016

    galaxy because it is my favourite chocolate of all time

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    13th May 2016

    So happy to see Willie’s in the hamper as the quality is so high

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    Judith Allen
    13th May 2016

    Very lovely prize, and as usual, my mind goes blank at this sort of question. I do like the Booja Booja suggestion, then there would be something for my vegan daughter.

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    Claire Tucker
    13th May 2016

    Something fairtrade and I love dark chocolate, a little goes a long way

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    Charmian Filewood
    13th May 2016

    Mackies as you dont see it around too much and its very nice

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    Ruth Harwood
    14th May 2016

    I do love cadbury’s, though Green and Blacks are great for that little treat 🙂

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    Lydia Graham
    14th May 2016

    Lindt as I’ve recently discovered them when I was given a box as a thank you. Cadbury’s used to be my favourite but they’ve not tasted the same for a while.

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    Charlotte Ingham
    14th May 2016

    Lindt truffles – they just melt in your mouth!!

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    angela sandhu
    14th May 2016

    Galaxy has always been my fave as it is so smooth and creamy

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    C Kennedy
    14th May 2016

    I’d love to see some Lindt in there, it’s my favourite!

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    Kay sale
    15th May 2016

    Seed and bean because of the fantastic range

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    jo liddement
    15th May 2016

    Green & Blacks wonderful flavours and good quality chocolate

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    Melanie Edjourian
    15th May 2016

    I love lindt and would love to see that in the hamper.

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    Tracey Licence
    15th May 2016

    I love all chocolate!! Lindt balls are delicious they would compliment your hamper also I love the Marzipan and dark chocolate bars too. I can’t remember the make, begins with N! xx

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    Anna Hewitt
    15th May 2016

    I’d love to see some Divine chocolate because it tastes great and is Fair Trade so win win for me

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    Bob Clark
    16th May 2016

    Lindt swiss chocolate – a mixture but mainly milk as this is out of this world

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    Sandra Clarke
    16th May 2016

    I would love to see some Thorntons Continental Chocolates. Delicious flavours.

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    16th May 2016

    I’d love you to include chocolate made by the “Seasalt” Cornwall company as it is made locally in Cornwall, is delicious and a perfect fit for the “British” Hamper Company brand

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      16th May 2016

      Ooh, I didn’t know they’d started making chocolate Glenda. I’d better check that out. Thanks for the heads up.

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    kelly mobbs
    16th May 2016

    Id love to see ferrero rocher love them.

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    16th May 2016

    Cadburys chocolate because they are my favourite and they have such a large range to choose from

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    Sue Bielewicz
    16th May 2016

    Have a split chocolate personality, love a luxurious creamy white chocolate but cannot beat a rich dark chocolate especially with raspberries, entirely depends on my mood. But always in mood for chocolate

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    carolyn joyce
    16th May 2016

    I’m not sure to be honest as I think the high street brands are not what I consider luxury. Perhaps some lesser known brands

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    17th May 2016

    I loveLilly O’briens chocolates but would love to see new things to try in the hamper 🙂

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    Isabelle Smith
    17th May 2016

    galaxay , i love all their different bars e..g caramal, coockie crumble x

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    Rey Chunara
    18th May 2016

    I would love some Galaxy as it is so smooth and indulgent

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    Jane Willis
    19th May 2016

    I’d like to see Booja Booja chocolates in the hamper. Organic, ethical and delicious, what could be better?

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    19th May 2016

    Hotel Chocolat, a local success story which began in Huntingdon, East Anglia

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      19th May 2016

      Oh, I didn’t know it began in Huntingdon. I had family that I used to visit there as a child.

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    claire Thorpe
    19th May 2016

    I have just discovered Creightons – they have some unusual flavours like Custard Cream chocolate bar – delicious and gorgeous packaging too!

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      19th May 2016

      Ooh, custard cream chocolate sounds like something that has to be tried Claire.

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    19th May 2016

    Green and Blacks – I love their dark chocolate!

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    Sally Hay
    19th May 2016

    I am a big fan of Montezuma’s chocolate, such great tasting products, they are innovative and also make it all themselves!

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    Jessica Walker
    19th May 2016

    I would suggest Green and Blacks as they do an array of flavours which all are as flavoursome as the last. Their mini collection would go beautifully in any hamper

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    Rachel Butterworth
    20th May 2016

    Galaxy chocolate – it’s so creamy and Moorish, just one bite isn’t enough.

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    20th May 2016

    No specific brand but do love a square or two of dark chocolate with cocoa nibs

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    justine meyer
    20th May 2016

    I absolutely adore Frys turkish delight so would love these to be in the hamper, i freeze them and they taste even better x

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    Lynne OConnor
    21st May 2016

    I love Hotel Chocolat, especially their fruit cremes and local Cornish brands are always welcome

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    Robert Hudson
    21st May 2016

    Hotel chocolat is good as is Terry’s chocolate orange! They would both be great!

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    Jodie Harvey
    21st May 2016

    what a lovely looking hamper, beautifully displayed too!
    would love to see more galaxy – love the smooth rich, melt-in-the-mouth taste

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    Alison Johnson
    21st May 2016

    Lindt chocolate as it is my absolute favourite. It’s just so creamy & rich tasting.

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    Josie Bicknell
    22nd May 2016

    Green and black mini bars are my treat to me

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    22nd May 2016

    I would love to see Seed and Bean as they are handmade in England (and I like to champion British products). It is also an ethical Fairtrade and artisan brand of chocolate. Last but not least they taste fantastic and come in so many gorgeous flavours. My favourites being; lemon and poppy seeds, raspberry and vanilla, Cornish sea salt, hazelnut and almond…..plus lots of others!

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    Kat Lucas
    22nd May 2016

    I would love the Hershey chocolates as they are my fave from the states

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    emily omara
    22nd May 2016

    divine as they have strong morals and its so yummy!!

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    Clara Cort
    22nd May 2016

    Rococo is lovely, and I also love Godiva, Beechs, Choconchoc, The Raw Chocolate Co, Prestat, Pump Street Chocolate, Amelia Rope

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      27th May 2016

      Good choices all, although I’ve never tried Pump Street nor Amelia Rope.

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    Nora K
    22nd May 2016

    I would love to see Deliciously Honest handmade raw chocolates. Their chocolate is gluten free, dairy free and made without processed sugar. It tastes fabulous . I really like their raw lavender chocolate and also raw rose chocolate. They are based in Hampshire.

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      27th May 2016

      Ooh another chocolate company I’ve not heard of. Love the sound of raw rose chocolates.

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    23rd May 2016

    Divine chocolate is delicious especially the raspberry one!

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    Catherine Balazs
    23rd May 2016

    How lush is this prize. I’d have a girly night in with my daughter and see how much we could munch through!


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    Sharon H
    24th May 2016

    I love Holdsworth Artisan chocolates and the The Raw Chocolate Company, either would be amazing.

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      27th May 2016

      I’m hearing about so many new chocolate companies through this giveaway, Holdsworth is one such. So much to explore.

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    Sharon Jaggs
    24th May 2016

    lindt, because their chocolate balls are heavenly

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    Lee B
    24th May 2016

    Lindt Lindor Assorted Chocolate Truffles are divine and a favourite

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    Hazel Rea
    24th May 2016

    Booja Booja dairy and gluten free chocolate – or Green and Black’s 85% Dark Chocolate because the antioxidants are actually good us!

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      27th May 2016

      Oh good choices and isn’t wonderful to discover that chocolate can be good for us?

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    Jessica M
    24th May 2016

    I’d love to see Montezuma’s chocolates in the hamper, they’re so delicious!

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    25th May 2016

    I love all kinds of chocolate but I’ve never had Hotel Chocolat so that would be quite nice to try in the hamper

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    26th May 2016

    There’s a small shop called I Should Cocoa in Derbyshire which makes yum chocolate!

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      26th May 2016

      Oh really Jane? Do you think they got the name from my We Should Cocoa challenge 😉

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    Susan Smith
    26th May 2016

    Lindt chocolate, delicious

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    Laura-Jane Baker
    26th May 2016

    I would like to see Lindt chocolate in the hamper as it’s so delicious!

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    Angela Kelly
    26th May 2016

    I do love Lindt chocolate but any chocolate at all is always welcome!

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    jessica catherine
    26th May 2016

    maybe some asian chocolate like pocky

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    Susan Laing
    26th May 2016

    Companies like Buttermilk from your neck of the woods

  222. Leave a Reply

    26th May 2016

    What a great prize – you can’t go wrong with a chocolate hamper! 😀

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    Richard Tyler
    27th May 2016

    Hotel ch0colat – chocolate delivered from the gods above!

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      27th May 2016

      Now that sounds like my sort of chocolate Richard. Would that the gods above delivered some here 😉

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    27th May 2016

    I like Tunnock’s Caramel Wafers, I could eat an entire packet.

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    tracy baines
    28th May 2016

    Would love to see Lindor and Fry’s Turkish Delight included in the hamper

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    Dawn Wilkinson
    28th May 2016

    Very unsophisticated of me but I really like Galaxy chocolate but also very dark chocolate.

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    claire woods
    29th May 2016

    Hotel Chocolat – because I like their chocolate- it’s yummy

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    29th May 2016

    Paul A. Young (their caramelised milk chocolate is unbelievable, but last time I looked, their site didn’t have an online shop), Dark Sugars (very moreish truffles) or Café-Tasse or Élisabeth (these last two are Belgian chocolatiers I miss from when I lived in Brussels).

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      29th May 2016

      I’ve not heard of the Belgian chocolatiers, but Paul A Young would be very near the top of the list for me too.

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    Hayley Lynch
    29th May 2016

    Ghirardelli chocolate from San Francisco .. it is my favourite of all time !

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      29th May 2016

      Somehow the US doesn’t come to the fore when I think of good chocolate, so interesting to hear about Ghirardelli.

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    tim smith
    29th May 2016

    this looks like my kind of prize.

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    Katie Harmer
    30th May 2016

    I would like to see Divine chocolate in this hamper because it really IS Divine, and ever so yummy!

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    Rhonda Stewart
    30th May 2016

    Green & Blacks because they do loads of different ones and they are tasty.

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    Danika Lloyd
    30th May 2016

    Conscious – as it’s raw, organic, dairy-free, and super tasty!!

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    June Morrice
    30th May 2016

    Lindt – it melts in your mouth and is really yummy

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    Bobbie Minthull
    30th May 2016

    I would like to see Divine chocolate in the hamper because its just so tasty and moreish

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    Jane Adair
    30th May 2016

    I’d like to see Elizabeth Shaw’s chocolates range in the hamper because she caters for every occasion and uses a variety of chocolate to accomplish this.

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    michelle o'neill
    31st May 2016

    i have a real weakness for reeeces chocolate lol

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    31st May 2016

    Cadbury – the best chocolate in the world!

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    Emma Cooper
    31st May 2016

    I keep meaning to try Booja booja, so it would be nice to see those in the hamper.

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      31st May 2016

      Booja Booja are delicious Emma, though I haven’t actually had any for years. Good luck

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    sam macaree
    31st May 2016

    schokolat because their designs are amazing and the chocolate is very tasty

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    Shalene Hodder
    31st May 2016

    I love seed and bean chocolate

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    Kathleen Bell
    31st May 2016

    I absolutely adore Lindt because its so smooth and creamy. So that would be my choice!

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    31st May 2016

    I like dark chocolates of any makes, as long as they are not bitter!

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    31st May 2016

    I adore all chocolate but I would like to see Willie’s cacao in mine, it’s so delicious!

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    Allan Wilson
    31st May 2016

    Some Butlers hot chocolate sticks, taste wonderfully divine.

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    Rachel Colclough
    31st May 2016

    I would chose a milk chocolate box like Lindt Lindor as they could be shared with the teenagers in the house and leave the chocolates in this hamper all for me.

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    Megan walton
    1st June 2016

    Maybe this doesn’t even qualify but we are a family obsessed with toffefee! Also I love Lindt creation pistachio!

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    Greig spencer
    1st June 2016

    cadburys dairy milk is my all time fave chocolate- it has the best taste ever

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    paula baylis
    1st June 2016

    Jamacian Rum can’t get it anymore or Bournville delicious

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    Laura Rangeley
    1st June 2016

    I’d love to see Kacao from Richmond featured – small batch producer and they work with my favourite tea company, Birdhouse, to produce tea-infused chocolate!

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      1st June 2016

      Sounds delicious Laura. I’ve not heard of either Kacao or Birdhouse, but then I haven’t visited Richmond in more years than I care to remember.

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    carole n
    1st June 2016

    love all types of chocolate but would love to see some some mini chocolate oranges

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    Victoria Savill
    1st June 2016

    Monty Bojangles because their truffles taste like pure heaven!

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    joanne casey
    1st June 2016

    I love all chocolate!!! Lindt and Green & Blacks are delicious but I’ve yet to find a chocolate I dont like, please let me win this!!

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    Katherine McDonald
    1st June 2016

    Some chocs from our local chocolatier – Melchior in Devon!

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    Laura McGuigan
    2nd June 2016

    There is a lovely chocolate stall on Greenwich Market (can’t think of their name, total brain fuzz). Their chocolates are beautiful.

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    michelle speight
    2nd June 2016

    i love all choc especially dark choc as the kids dont like that haha the green n blacks ones mmmm

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    Clare Bluett
    2nd June 2016

    Booja Booja chocolate truffles – not because they are dairy free (I’m veggie not vegan) but because they taste heavenly. I was given a free sample and you really wouldn’t believe they are dairy free.

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      2nd June 2016

      I agree. I haven’t had any in years, but they still live on in my mind as being some of the best truffles ever.

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    Rikka B
    2nd June 2016

    There is a shop near me that sells Belgian Leonidas chocolates. They are delishhhhhh

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    Georgia McAllister
    2nd June 2016

    Green & Blacks Cherry, it’s my husband’s birthday soon and it’s his favourite.

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    Kat Allinson
    2nd June 2016

    Green & Blacks because my favourite chocolate is their Sea Salt chocolatw

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    donna l jones
    3rd June 2016

    would love to see galaxy as its my favourite

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    Tiff Jordan
    3rd June 2016

    Thorntons are my favourite.. I ADORE their milk chocolate!!

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    Laura Whittle
    3rd June 2016

    I love Green & Blacks with all the different flavours they do x

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    helen w
    3rd June 2016

    Lindt as it is so moreish feel good chocolate

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    cat dewar
    3rd June 2016

    Green and Blacks And Divinely Decadent milk

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    3rd June 2016

    Something from Thorntons, there aren’t many I don’t like, the Moments selection is a must

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    Vicky Hawkins
    3rd June 2016

    Green and blacks because it is organic

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    Craig Boneham
    3rd June 2016

    Lindt is the best because of all the chocolaty goodness it has to offer

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    Janet T
    3rd June 2016

    Ritter Sport the marzipan one yum 🙂

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    helen newton
    3rd June 2016

    Wow any chocolate would be nice as I like it all , especially Hotel Chocolat so luxurious , amazing prize my mouth is watering 🙂

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    Pam Francis Gregory
    3rd June 2016

    Not fussed by the brand, but I would love some white chocolate – Love the creamy taste.

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    Laura Pritchard
    3rd June 2016

    Guylian Praline chocolates – they’re so delicious & moreish and I could eat them all day!

  273. Leave a Reply

    Debbie Preston
    3rd June 2016

    I would like to see Lindor chocolates in the hamper because they are delicious

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    Helen Gilbert
    3rd June 2016

    Iain Burnett…Highland Chocolatier
    given the truffles as a gift from a friend and they are amazing..really special chocs!

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      4th June 2016

      You’re the second person to mention Highland Chocolatier – I think I need to check him out.

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    Nicola Penny
    3rd June 2016

    I love Green and Blacks dark chocolate. A little goes a long way!

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    3rd June 2016

    Any nice and good quality brand. Preferably some nice dark chocolates. I’m quite picky as I come from Belgium … that’s why this hamper looks appealing :p

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    Hayley Elvin
    3rd June 2016

    Green and Blacks because they have a delicious selection of flavours and it tastes divine

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    Angela Carey
    4th June 2016

    Montezumas Chunky Monkey its to die for

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    Charlotte Moore
    4th June 2016

    For me it would have to be Lindor, the chocolate is so creamy.

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    Lauren Old
    4th June 2016

    I would like to see some Lindt Lindor chocolate as that is delicious

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    Victoria Easton
    4th June 2016

    Lindt chocolate or aero!! I must admit I love chocolate, but in small amounts!

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    Beverley Cousins
    4th June 2016

    Not really a brand in mind, but would love white chocolate with nuts…Love both of them, so thought it was a good idea to combine them lol x

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    Pam Smith
    4th June 2016

    Niedereggar chocolate..I can’t resist anything with marzipan in it and they have some amazing flavours

  284. Leave a Reply

    Anthea Holloway
    4th June 2016

    I would like to see some very dark 80% solids chocolate which is wonderful for cooking and also good to eat!

  285. Leave a Reply

    Anni Large
    4th June 2016

    Marbou because it’s beautiful Swiss chocolate! The almond and raisin bar is my fav. 😀

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    mandy harper
    4th June 2016

    Montezuma’s Chocolate.Ive heard it’s lovely,but haven’t had the chance to try it x

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    Lucy Chester
    4th June 2016

    I would love to see Hotel Chocolat as their chocolate is so yummy and they do some that are vegan friendly too

  288. Leave a Reply

    Karen B
    4th June 2016

    I love nearly all types of chocolate but a box of Lindor from Lindt would be a real treat.

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    allison mary
    4th June 2016

    I would like to see Hotel Chocolat in the hamper because everything they make is amazing!

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    Jackie osborne
    4th June 2016

    I have recently discovered Rococo, they make the most delicious bars and boxes of chocolates. Would be a great edition to the hamper.

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      5th June 2016

      I’ve only ever tasted a couple of their bars, which were fab. Would love to try more.

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    Lisa Wilkinson 07738823665
    4th June 2016

    I’d love to see Lindt. I think it’s the creamiest and tastiest chocolate.

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      Lisa Wilkinson
      4th June 2016

      Could you delete me above comment if possible. Thank you 🙂

  292. Leave a Reply

    Keith Hunt
    5th June 2016

    Aero family Bars as i just like mint chocolate.

  293. Leave a Reply

    martin rowley
    5th June 2016

    I’d love to see Lindt chocolate as it tastes amazing.

  294. Leave a Reply

    Kerry Smith
    5th June 2016

    I had some artisan chocolates gifted to me once that were like beautiful little paintings and really exotic flavour combinations. I think boxes like this should always have something that takes you out of your comfort zone and makes you try something new

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    5th June 2016

    Montezuma’s is a great chocolate brand. I can’t resist popping into their shops if I pass one.

  296. Leave a Reply

    Kathleen Thomson
    5th June 2016

    Galaxy cos its my fav

  297. Leave a Reply

    Emma English
    5th June 2016

    I love most chocolate, my all time fave has to be orange chocolate anything this flavor goes down a treat!

  298. Leave a Reply

    isobelle forde
    5th June 2016

    A D/F option, Booja Booja is a fave of mine!

  299. Leave a Reply

    Leanne joy
    5th June 2016

    Going along with the idea of having products from small independent companies (which I think is amazing!) i would like to see some Ooh! Chocolata in the hamper

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      5th June 2016

      Ooh??? Not heard of them Leanne. I’m really enjoying finding out about all sorts of artisan chocolate companies I didn’t know about.

  300. Leave a Reply

    Rebecca Powell
    5th June 2016

    I am very boring but i love plain old cadburys chocolate

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    Alison MacDonald
    5th June 2016

    Booja Booja I love their chocolate mind you I love most chocolate 🙂

  302. Leave a Reply

    Donna Caldwell
    5th June 2016

    Lindt chocolate it’s so cream and tastes delicious

  303. Leave a Reply

    Jackie Kelly
    5th June 2016

    I love chilli chocolate – Green and Blacks make some and it is delish!

  304. Leave a Reply

    olivia Kirby
    5th June 2016

    I’m not a chocolate snob, just eat what tastes nice, which to me is definitely not dark chocolate! It is too bitter for me. I bought some chocolate from Gnaw as they had flavours that appealed to me, nice and creamy, quite childlike Willy Wonka type flavours! I love nuts in chocolate too. My husband eats any chocolate. So he has all the dark choc and fruity ones (not keen on that either!)

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    Hannah Scudder
    5th June 2016

    Galaxy because it has always been my favourite brand of chocolate. Just really creamy and tasty.

  306. Leave a Reply

    Victoria Prince
    5th June 2016

    This sounds like the most amazing selection of products, loved reading your post 🙂

    I think I’d most like to see Montezuma’s in there because they are a small, family owned, British company who produce a lovely range (and I would love to try their Absolute Black 100% Cocoa Bar!)

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      5th June 2016

      Thanks Victoria. I didn’t know Montezuma’s did a 100% bar – fabulous. I haven’t had any of their chocolate for years, I really should try it again.

  307. Leave a Reply

    kimberley ryan
    5th June 2016

    It would have to be Lindt Excellence Chilli chocolate bar, it is delicious

  308. Leave a Reply

    Vicky Loveday
    5th June 2016

    Lindor. I love they way its always cold on the inside.

  309. Leave a Reply

    sharon martin
    5th June 2016

    Hotel Chocolat chocolate as i think its soooooooo tasty and yummy

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    Georgie Moody
    5th June 2016

    I’d love to see a Terry’s chocolate orange in here as it’s my favourite.

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    Laura Nice
    5th June 2016

    Hotel Chocolat is my chocolate is the best

  312. Leave a Reply

    Ian Campbell
    5th June 2016

    Milk Tray – and all because the lady loves let’s not forget…! 😉

  313. Leave a Reply

    Samantha Rustill
    5th June 2016

    I love Green & Blacks and Lindor.

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    Jayne Kelsall
    5th June 2016

    My favourite is Ferrero Rocher because I love the mix of Crispy, smooth and nutty .x

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    Jenny Badger
    5th June 2016

    I’d love some green and black’s . Their butterscotch is my favourite 🙂

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    Sandra Jo Siddall
    5th June 2016

    I have to say Galaxy Chocolate because it tastes so good and it tastes silky smooth! x

  317. Leave a Reply

    Mary Baldwin
    5th June 2016

    Cocoa Loco – based in Horsham a family business who create gorgeous chocolate loveliness.

  318. Leave a Reply

    Sarah Mills
    5th June 2016

    anthing thorntons because all the chocolate they have is soo delicious xxxx

  319. Leave a Reply

    Adrian Bold
    5th June 2016

    I’d like to see some Hotel Chocolat in there, it’s a fantastic product range.

  320. Leave a Reply

    Keshia Esgate
    5th June 2016

    Lindt Lindor milk chocolate, I love how creamy the chocolate is 🙂

  321. Leave a Reply

    Laura Caraher
    5th June 2016

    I would love to see some Duffy’s Camino Verde 72% as I adore the taste and it’s great for baking with if you fan cy an indulgent treat 🙂

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      5th June 2016

      Ooh yes I’ve tried that one. It is lovely, but perhaps a it too expensive to bake with?

  322. Leave a Reply

    Mia Clarke
    5th June 2016

    Godiva truffles they are so luxurious and just make you feel special.

  323. Leave a Reply

    adrian price
    5th June 2016

    Cadbury`s Dairy Milk—not very sophisticated but very tasty

  324. Leave a Reply

    Sheri Darby
    5th June 2016

    Divine because it tastes absolutely amazing and is fairtrade

  325. Leave a Reply

    jessica cook
    5th June 2016

    I love green and blacks but i’d love to see some coffe flaboured chocolates they are my fave

  326. Leave a Reply

    5th June 2016

    I’m a Swiss milk chocolate fan so it would have to be Lindt

  327. Leave a Reply

    Jayne K
    5th June 2016

    Prestat as I was lucky enough to try their assorted box earlier this year and they had some amazing fillings.

  328. Leave a Reply

    steph lovatt
    5th June 2016

    Green and blacks, especially the white chocolate it is delicious

  329. Leave a Reply

    Natasha R-M
    5th June 2016

    Booja-Booja would be nice.

  330. Leave a Reply

    ellie spider
    5th June 2016

    I like green and blacks dark salted caramel – its one of the few dark chocolates I actually like as I’m generally more of a galaxy girl

  331. Leave a Reply

    Eleanor Wigmore
    5th June 2016

    I love the Monty Bojangles truffles. Also love Hotel Chocolat and Green and Blacks!

  332. Leave a Reply

    Heidi Craske
    5th June 2016

    Any Belgian chocolate – I love the richness

  333. Leave a Reply

    Jessica Hutton
    5th June 2016

    I would love Lindt chocolate but I’m a fab of all chocolate so I wouldn’t be fussy xx

  334. Leave a Reply

    Lindy Hine
    5th June 2016

    I’d put some Kernow Chocolate in there – they do some very yummy chocolate bars!

  335. Leave a Reply

    Deborah Bird
    5th June 2016

    Hotel Chocolat, simply because their chocolates are beautiful 🙂

  336. Leave a Reply

    Nat thomason
    6th June 2016

    Seed and bean cos I would like to try it 🙂

  337. Leave a Reply

    Amanda Young
    6th June 2016

    Hotel Chocolat because they have so many interesting and new ideas

  338. Leave a Reply

    Sadiyya maryam
    6th June 2016

    Green and Blacks as it is mine and my family’s favourite chocolate. Making me hungry for some chocolate already!

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    6th June 2016

    Chocolarder from Cornwall; the most divide UK-made chocolate bars around!

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      6th June 2016

      Hooray, well done you. They are one of my favourites too, but hardly anyone has heard of them.

  340. Leave a Reply

    Lisa Mcalley
    6th June 2016

    Lindt chocolate as it is delish and my 3 kids love it too, its just the best

  341. Leave a Reply

    Michelle Wild
    6th June 2016

    Selfridges have a range of chocolates which you buy individually and put in various sized boxes. I have not, to date, found one I dislike.

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      6th June 2016

      I can see a trip to Selfridges coming on when I’m next in London Michelle 😉

  342. Leave a Reply

    MICHELLE Stewart
    6th June 2016

    Dairy Milk but to be honest I’m a chocolate lover and love any

  343. Leave a Reply

    Mary Lennon
    6th June 2016

    Green & Blacks – they have such a great range of different flavours. Mini ones are good because you can have a real variety without spending a fortune. Love trying new brands though,,,,so any artisan brand would be good, too.

  344. Leave a Reply

    Heather Tinkler
    6th June 2016

    Lindt because its absoloutly delicious and I can’t get enough of it!

  345. Leave a Reply

    liz ferguson
    6th June 2016

    Galaxy is one of my all time favourite brands, so this would be a lovely addition xx

  346. Leave a Reply

    Zac Farley
    6th June 2016

    We love a bit of lindor in our house its such a smooth chocolate

  347. Leave a Reply

    Donna Clinton
    6th June 2016

    I would say Galaxy chocolate as it is my favourite,it is so creamy and luxurious which is perfect for a chocolate hamper!

  348. Leave a Reply

    Michaela McDermott
    6th June 2016

    Guylian Belgian seashells or any other praline chocolate

  349. Leave a Reply

    Melissa Lee
    6th June 2016

    I would love to see CocoaLibre as they make delicious dairy-free chocs

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      6th June 2016

      I’m really quite astonished at how many chocolate companies I’ve never heard of before … and here’s another one!

  350. Leave a Reply

    Clair Dee
    6th June 2016

    Terry’s dark chocolate orange, dark is more staisfying than milk.

  351. Leave a Reply

    Dale Dow
    6th June 2016

    Minstrels I’m obsessed with them, so delicious

  352. Leave a Reply

    6th June 2016

    Some truffle or any chocolates to be fair from the independent chocolatier Chouchoute (in Birmingham) well worth the cost

  353. Leave a Reply

    James Worsfold
    6th June 2016

    Lindt – I love the excellence range, the sea salt or the orange ones are the best!

  354. Leave a Reply

    6th June 2016

    I would like to see Galaxy chocolate, as I know how good it tastes and it would make my mouth water to see it in the hamper!

  355. Leave a Reply

    Stewart Biddle
    6th June 2016

    Lindor top class chocolate from top choclatiers

  356. Leave a Reply

    Amy Dacre
    6th June 2016

    I would love to see some little handmade chocolates or truffles from a local independant chocolatiers, something we have never tried before

  357. Leave a Reply

    Emily Hutchinson
    6th June 2016

    Green and Blacks because their cherry chocolate is gorgeous!

  358. Leave a Reply

    elaine stokes
    6th June 2016

    lidor or cadburys as they are both make my favourite chocolate treats

  359. Leave a Reply

    Andrew Emery
    6th June 2016

    Lindt white chocolate balls – wow they are truly heaven ❤️

  360. Leave a Reply

    Melanie Burton
    6th June 2016

    I would love to see Terry’s Chocolate Orange in there because it’s not Terry’s, it’s mine! I can’t get enough of it! Love the taste of orange milk chocolate!

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    Jamie Millard
    6th June 2016

    is it wrong to say Cadbury’s? The hampers look great – and i’m sure Sarah and I could work our way through it easily. The kids don’t want too fancy chocolate – and my brother is very fussy (cheap and cheerful for him) so a few lighter bars would help appeal to everyone.

  362. Leave a Reply

    Rennene Hartland
    6th June 2016

    It has to be lindt Milk chocolate thins they taste divine and the box looks fab

  363. Leave a Reply

    Judy Beba-Brown
    6th June 2016

    Kernow Chocolate from St Eval in Cornwall, hand made chocolate bars in delectable, imaginative, flavours – they’re fab! My favourite is Lemon Meringue but they make all sorts of bars in white, milk and plain. They’re perfect for British Hamper Co as they’re an independent company and very high quality. Oh, and DELICIOUS!

  364. Leave a Reply

    6th June 2016

    Lindt. I love their melt in the mouth chocolate. It comes in so many flavours too.

  365. Leave a Reply

    Helen A
    6th June 2016

    Lauden Fine Chocolate from Leeds is a fantastic chocolatier and would be a nice addition!

  366. Leave a Reply

    sandy ralph
    6th June 2016

    i would love to see some Lindt chocolate in it especially their praline chocolates because they are the best ever

  367. Leave a Reply

    Kerry Webber
    6th June 2016

    I would like to see Lindt chocolate. They have such a good range with some unique flavours. Especially the addition of sea salt and Wasabi.

  368. Leave a Reply

    Scott Fallon
    6th June 2016

    Thornton’s, because my mum and dad like it and this hamper would be for them

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    Tamsin Dean
    6th June 2016


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    Ellen Stafford
    6th June 2016

    I would like to see Lindt. It is one of my favourites. This looks amazing though. I love chocolate.

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    Lisa Pond
    6th June 2016

    Ferrero Rocher, literally can’t get enough of them, would eat them for breakfast lunch and dinner! 🙂

  372. Leave a Reply

    Emma Price
    6th June 2016

    Milka because it’s my silky smooth choccy treat!

  373. Leave a Reply

    Brtenda Wilkes
    6th June 2016

    I love Lindt milk chocolate bars – I always treat myself when we go on holiday to France. It is so smooth and creamy (making my mouth water now!)

  374. Leave a Reply

    Philip Underwood
    6th June 2016

    Kinder because they are absolutely delicious and I love giving my children the surprise from the kinder eggs.

  375. Leave a Reply

    Sara Owen
    6th June 2016

    I would love to see Galaxy because it’s my favourite types especially galaxy caramel ☘❤️♥️

  376. Leave a Reply

    6th June 2016

    Divine – they are ethically sourced and organic and tasty, everything that makes good chocolate!

  377. Leave a Reply

    Catherine Booker
    6th June 2016

    Beech’s (Lancashire), so not local to me but their vegan dark chocolate lime and chilli thins are absolutely wonderful! Failing that, last Christmas a customer brought us in the most divine chocolates that were handmade somewhere in Devon but no idea where!

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    Laura Findlay
    6th June 2016

    Lindt because it’s yummy.

  379. Leave a Reply

    Karen Howden
    6th June 2016

    I would used to have said Cadbury but not since they have changed the recipe, so I say lets have some Galaxy in there

  380. Leave a Reply

    Katie McGinley
    6th June 2016

    Any I love all Chocolate!

  381. Leave a Reply

    sarah fielding
    6th June 2016

    I love kinder eggs! Yum!

  382. Leave a Reply

    Michelle lintern
    6th June 2016

    Would have to be Lindt chocolate for me, love the creamy smoothness of it

  383. Leave a Reply

    Hayley Colburn
    6th June 2016

    I#m a big fan of Guylian and Galaxy

  384. Leave a Reply

    Dawn Hull
    6th June 2016

    For me it would have to be Lindt milk chocolate. It tastes so yummy!

  385. Leave a Reply

    sharon catterall
    6th June 2016

    id love lindors please,because they are so creamy and my favourite

  386. Leave a Reply

    Sue Harrison
    6th June 2016

    Lindt dark chocolate and the little round Lindor truffles too.. so scrummy

  387. Leave a Reply

    dee lisle barker
    6th June 2016

    hmmm so much chocolate, so little time but Lindor chocolates

  388. Leave a Reply

    rebecca courtney
    6th June 2016

    love to see more monty bojangles, they do such original flavours and would love more of their magic

  389. Leave a Reply

    Joanna Kasznicki
    6th June 2016

    Milka as its soo creamy

  390. Leave a Reply

    Donna W
    6th June 2016

    Hotel Chocolat would probably be top of my list. I used to subscribe to their chocolate tasting club and some of their chocolates are amazing!!

  391. Leave a Reply

    6th June 2016

    I love Hotel Chocolate items as there is such a wide variety and the chocolate quality is amazing – especially their dark chocolate

  392. Leave a Reply

    Tara Davies
    6th June 2016

    Any chocolate with nuts in 😛

  393. Leave a Reply

    Ruth Wollerton
    6th June 2016

    Terry’s Chocolate Orange or Hotel Chocolat – both I am addicted to and are completely YUMMYTASTIC. Thanks xxx

  394. Leave a Reply

    Carol Bird
    6th June 2016

    Ferrero rocher or Toblerone. Anything nutty as it feels a bit more nutritious. I eat a lot of chocolate so it needs to cover a number of food groups!

  395. Leave a Reply

    Chirag Patel
    6th June 2016

    Hotel Chocolat would be wonderful

  396. Leave a Reply

    6th June 2016

    Lindor, Galaxy or Kinder. My three favourite chocolates! Would be very happy to find any of these 🙂

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    Esme mccrubb
    6th June 2016


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    Pia Stephens
    6th June 2016

    Lindt white chocolate, especially the balls are delicious. Melt in your mouth and I could just eat a dozen in one go and not feel yucky like usually from white chocolate!

  399. Leave a Reply

    Ranulf Corbett
    6th June 2016

    This might be heresy, but I do have a soft spot for a bar of Hersheys Cookies and Cream.

  400. Leave a Reply

    6th June 2016

    I would like to see Lindt as it is a luxury brand with a Swiss taste

  401. Leave a Reply

    Sian Reilly
    6th June 2016

    Handcrafted and independent chocolates 🙂 Gorgeous ^-^

  402. Leave a Reply

    tee simpson
    6th June 2016

    I love galaxy. So rich and creamy and devine. Yum!

  403. Leave a Reply

    Susan P
    6th June 2016

    Lindt because their’s is the best x

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    Emma Rawlinson
    6th June 2016

    Aero because it’s so bubbly! Especially the mint one as that’s my favourite 🙂

  405. Leave a Reply

    Tricia Rasberry
    6th June 2016

    I’m a big Hotel Chocolat fan

  406. Leave a Reply

    Catherine Balazs
    6th June 2016

    It would have to be something by Prestats of London. Absolutely stunning packaging and its the Queen’s big birthday so if its good enough for the queen…


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    Wendy Tolhurst
    6th June 2016

    I would love to see Divine Chocolate in the hamper. It is my favourite brand and is also Fairtrade, which makes it doubly nice.

  408. Leave a Reply

    Natalie Gillham
    6th June 2016

    Ferrero Rocher as they are so delicious x

  409. Leave a Reply

    Gnei Usama
    6th June 2016

    I love all kind of chocolates all the formats and tastes. But I recently became a big fan of maltesers. Though I love dark chocolates darker the better.mum yummy.

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    Val Pownall
    6th June 2016

    Hotel Chocolate very dark! My favourite! Oh …… and Caramac! Always loved it! 😀

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    13th June 2016

    I couldn’t resist commenting. Perfectly written!

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