Cadbury’s Best Mother’s Day Chocolate Gifts and Milk Tray at Hotel Chocolat






Maisie Bovingdon




Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and for those who want to celebrate their mom, grandma, or other parent figure on March 27, a box of their favorite chocolates is a surefire option.

For some mums, a box from the wildly popular Milk Tray is just the pick-me-up they love to see on Mother’s Sunday, while Cadburys and Lindt bundles are also a hit.

However, for some who want to give their mother an extra little treat, Hotel Chocolat’s wide range of chocolate gifts may be the perfect gift.

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While some like nothing more than a creamy galaxy or a classic dairy milk bar, others may prefer white chocolate or dark chocolate delights, maybe even a tastier sweet treat, like caramel. salty or the delicious flavor of mint.

There are boxes of chocolates to buy, but also baskets filled with all the chocolates you could possibly want, and even personalized creations to add that extra special touch this Mother’s Day, and lucky for you, we’ve found the gifts. luxury chocolates that are irresistible.

Cadbury

Cadbury chocolates are the ultimate chocolates and have been for many years. While the classic Dairy Milk may be a favorite around the house, others may drool over a chewy Curly Wurly. Well, this bundle has it all and can be personalized with a special message to the family matriarch.

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Our top pick: Cadbury Mum’s Selection Box Gift, £20, Cadbury

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We know Milk Tray is a Cabury creation, but we think it deserves quite a few because it’s the one box of chocolates my mom can’t say no to.

There are boxes of different sizes, but this one contains 530g of chocolate bites; from the classic truffle heart to raspberries and cream, this set also includes melty salted caramel bites to savor.

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Our top pick: Box of Cadbury Milk Tray Chocolates, £9, Sainsburys

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Hotel Chocolate

We all love Hotel Chocolat. Not only do they have a slew of chocolates, in different flavors, sizes, and even vegan options, but the packets are also turning heads.

But why not opt ​​for something a little more whimsical for your parents this Mother’s Day, with this collection, which includes the popular salted caramel buttons, champagne truffles, a miniature bottle of bubbly and more. treats. It will be a Mother’s Day to never forget.

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Our top pick: Hotel Chocolat Chocolate & Fizz Collection, £29.50, John Lewis and partners

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by Thornton

Flowers and chocolates are the gift of choice when it comes to Mother’s Day gifts, and Thornton’s nailed it with this bundle, which comes complete with a bouquet of flowers and a box of chocolates from the Continental range.

Buyers can choose from other bundles, which offer different floral bouquets, but we personally love roses and freesias in the spring.

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Our top pick: Bouquet of roses and freesias and a continental box of chocolates, £40, Thornton

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Selfridges

Want to spend a pretty penny on a box of chocolates for your mom this Mother’s Day? Pierre Marcolini has you covered.

The box itself with its three floors filled with an assortment of chocolates is a dream.

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Our favourite: the PIERRE MARCOLINI Signature Three-Drawer Chocolate Gift Set, £105 from Selfridges

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Harrods

For those who have spent many years buying Milk Tray chocolates and flowers for their mum on Mother’s Sunday and are desperate to shake their gift, Harrods has you covered.

The long-running luxury department store has a huge range of edible confections and treats that foodies will delight in, but their own brand of white chocolate covered strawberries caught our interest as it’s a bit more luxurious than the box of shocks. usual.

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Our top pick: White Chocolate Strawberries, £15, Harrods

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Fortnum & Mason

Fortnum & Mason has a dedicated selection of chocolate gifts for Mother’s Day, and it’s frankly a chocolate junkie’s paradise.

From miniature collections to large boxes of chocolate to chocolate covered delights, shoppers are spoiled for choice.

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Our top pick: Fortnum & Mason Mini Chocolate Truffle Shopper, £6.95, Fortnum & Mason

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The duration

Ladurée is famous for their decadent melted hot chocolate and melt-in-your-mouth macaroons, but they also offer a selection of other confections, including chocolate boxes.

Not only do these tasty morsels taste great, they also come in adorable packaging.

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Our top pick: Box of 28 chocolate squares, £16, The duration

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Lindt

Lindt is a rich, creamy and decadent chocolate that you can’t get enough of, especially the giant Lindt balls, which contain miniature treats waiting to be sipped inside.

Some may stock up on this variety at Christmas, like us, but you can also give your mom this chocolate wonder for Mother’s Day.

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Our top pick: Lindt LINDOR Maxi Ball Assorted Chocolate Truffles, £15, Lindt

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Charbonnel and Walker

Charbonnel and Walker are a chocolaty gift we often wish we could give ourselves, but we never do, which is why it’s even more of a surprise when someone splashes the luxury chocks for you.

Charbonnel and Walker have a wide variety of flavors ranging from champagne truffles to sea salt caramel, but for those with a really sweet tooth, we recommend the latter.

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Our favourite: Charbonnel and Walker Sea Salt Dark Caramel Truffles, £16, John Lewis and partners

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