Chocolates Fit For A Queen
There we have it…the sun is shining for those of us in the tropical South East. Sahara sandstorms and the like are all the talk, but for now, let’s revel (safely, of course) in the delights of some long overdue vitamin D. Lambs are gambolling, bulbs are peeking through and scarily more flesh starts to be displayed as the temperatures rise. The healthy eating trend becomes the talk of many households, whilst salad and fish are the preferred lighter supper snack. So many good intentions are put in place for the forthcoming months to ensure ‘legs out’ is not as scary as it currently feels.
And then in one foul swoop, it all goes out the window because in mid April the Easter celebrations are with us. Along with many other significant events, chocolate makes a lot of appearances. Not just 1 or 2 Easter Eggs but every visiting guest clutches one which is readily handed over lovingly to you or your off spring. Now, don’t get me wrong, I love chocolate. I really love chocolate, and for some reason Easter eggs are just too tempting. I convince myself that I am saving my daughter’s teeth as I nibble my way through her Dairy Milk buttons whilst she is blissfully unaware in the land of nod.
And then it happens, you get a bit fed up of Easter eggs. They are still lingering 3 weeks on. You can’t resist dipping in even though you are so over the easter egg chocolate. You try to palm them off as a gesture of generosity to friends and family but like you, everyone is over the Easter Egg.
Well, there is an alternative and it just so happens that http://myperfectgiftbox.com/product-category/easter/can help you. Keep up the Easter Eggs as they have an important significance and play a massive part of tradition, but also branch out a little bit with alternative gifts of ‘posh’ chocolates and Easter Bunnies. Those of the older persuasion (I mean very young 30 likes…) will be super chuffed with a selection of Charbonnel et Walker chocolates and Champagne Truffles are just heavenly. So well worth a treat.
Charbonnel et Walker are a luxurious, heavenly treat not only to receive but also to give as a gift. They ooze sophistication as well as being exceptionally yummy. Charbonnel et Walker is one of Britain’s earliest chocolatiers and their original shop opened in New Bond Street in Mayfair and has remained there ever since. Their chocolates are hand-made according to traditional recipes and will definitely delight any recipient as an exquisite expression of your care and affection.
Charbonnel et Walker also has the privilege to be endorsed by the Royal Warrant as chocolate manufacturers to Her Majesty The Queen. You can’t get much posher than that! Fish and salad or a selection of Charbonnel et Walker champagne truffles… Do you know what? Combine the 2. Fish is a traditional supper on Good Friday and Champagne is the tradition for celebration. There we have it, if you were struggling with any guilt about indulging in luxurious posh chocolates this Easter, see it more as your duty.