Christmas and chocolate go hand in hand. This festive season whether you like your chocolate dark, boozy, milk, caramel, fruity, minty, nutty or white the folks at Hotel Chocolat have something to suit one and all. If you can't make up your mind what to buy from their huge selection help is at hand with their 'Have yourself A Merry Little Christmas' Hamper (£25) Ribbon tied and full of festive goodies comprising of Clementine Baby Bombes, 40% Milk Snowflakes, Rocky Road Slab, Comet Does Caramel Slab, Christmas Pocket Selection, Salted Caramel Nano Slab and Fruit & Nut Nano Slab.

Their Rare and Vintage Festive Wreath (£8) would make the perfect stocking filler. The chunky, munchy wreath is fully loaded with premium Piedmont hazelnuts, almonds and ruby cranberries. Check out their full range of Luxury Chocolate Gifts and get a head start on your Christmas shopping.

Hotel Chocolat have provided a Merry Little Christmas Hamper and a Rare and Vintage Festive Wreath as a giveaway for readers of Foodie Quine. Prize value is £33. Entry is via the Rafflecopter widget below. To enter, let me know in a comment "What's your favourite Christmas Chocolate treat?" For additional bonus entries you can follow me on Twitter, Tweet about the Giveaway, follow me on Instagram or like me on Facebook.

Giveaway ends 2nd December 2016 11.59pm Good Luck!

Disclosure : Prize and images courtesy of Hotel Chocolat . All views expressed are my own. This is not a paid post but I have been compensated in Chocolate.

My favourite Christmas Chocolate Treat Is A Chocolate Fudge Yule Log It's The Best Cake Of The Year :) x

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ReplyDeleteMy favourite hass to be the homemade Pudini my mother and I make. They are a mini christmas pudding made from christmas pudding, chocolate and alcohol, and decorated with white chocolate and red and green glace cherries cut to look like holly. They make a great gift or party option!

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chocolate log!

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