Did you know it's National Chocolate Week?
I know, I know every week is all about the chocolate, well for me anyway, but this week it's time to officially celebrate it and what better way than to team up with luxury chocolate company Hotel Chocolat?
In honour of this special week I have a rather fabulous giveaway for you. The lucky winner will receive an all dark gift collection and a 500ml bottle of cocoa gin.
All Dark Collection
This collection is one for those dark chocolate lovers. It has all the quality we expect from Hotel Chocolat and a bit of variety too.
This collection includes:
- 70% Ginger Puddles (love these)
- Mini Hazelnut Buche (a finger of creamy dark chocolate with hazelnuts)
- Fruit & Nut Slab (a more modern dark chocolate fruit and nut bar with deeper flavours)
- 70% Dark Slab (quite bitter)
- Dark Pocket Selection (a little box of 8 individual chocolates)
- 70% with Cocoa Nibs Nano Slab (a choc chip slab of chocolate, oh yeah!)
I'm not all that keen on gin, but I took it with me up to the Highlands as I knew my friends do like gin.
We tried it the traditional way with tonic, ice and lemon. It had a slight smell of coriander and a chocolate end taste, but the lemon didn't really work with it. I thought that since it had a chocolatey flavour slices of orange might go better with it and I was right, so do pair it with orange.
I later looked at the website and saw they too recommend serving it with orange. Great minds obviously do think alike.
£25 for 500ml
Oh and both items are dairy free and vegan. Result!
If you would like win this fine selection from Hotel Chocolat, just leave a comment telling me how you drink your gin and enter via the rafflecopter box below. You'll find a few wee extra options for extra entries.
This giveaway will close on 28 November 2016 and is open to UK residents over the age of 18.
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Disclosure: Hotel Chocolat sent me a sample of the prize so I could review it ahead of the competition. They did not expect a positive review and any opinions expressed are my own.