World Chocolate Day is 7 July, but let’s face it – is there ever really a bad time to eat chocolate? So whether you are ready to treat yourself with a mini-hamper, bestow a loved one or colleague with a gift they will truly appreciate or share a chocolate bounty with friends and family, we’ve rounded up some of the best chocolate hampers around.
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Studies have shown that chocolate is good for your mood, dark chocolate is good for your health, and, although we haven’t seen any scientific evidence to prove it, we’re pretty sure chocolate in all of its many forms is just plain good for the soul.
So whatever the reason that you’re in the market for chocolate, here are our top picks for the best mini hampers, novelty chocolate hampers, personalised hampers and gift chocolate hampers out there.
Gift Chocolate Hampers £35 and under
Show someone how much you care by saying it with chocolate!
Prosecco & Chocolates Gift, £25, John Lewis
Happy Birthday Surprise Chocolate Hamper, £30, Marks & Spencer
Godiva Say Thank You Hamper, £35, Godiva Chocolates
Novelty Chocolate Hampers
A quirky chocolate hamper with a fun theme makes a statement...
Chocolate Library – The Milk Chocolate Collection, £35, Fortnum and Mason
Treasure Mini Gift Hamper with 100 Chocolate Coins, £26.73, Chocolate Trading Co
Gourmet Chocolate Pizza Hamper, £20, Not on the High Street
Mini Chocolate Hamper
Self-care can definitely include chocolate! An individual chocolate hamper has everything you need to treat yourself...
French Chocolate Truffles & Prosecco Mini Gift Hamper, £15.85, Chocolate Trading Co
Deluxe Chocolate Hamper
Go big with a jaw-dropping collection of chocolate treats.
Cadbury Ultimate Chocolate Basket, £70, Cadbury
Godiva Bag of Treats, £60, Godiva Chocolates
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