Best chocolate gifts
Spoil your loved ones with a chocolate-filled gift, from personalised bars to indulgent letterbox brownies and truffle-making kits
Looking for chocolate gift ideas for your favourite chocolate lover? Treat your partner, loved one or best friend to our pick of chocolate gifts, including indulgent brownie boxes, personalised chocolate bars and great-value gifts sent straight to their door. We have plenty of gifts to deliver to treat your chocolate lover from afar, too.
Chocolate gift ideas
Browse our selection of artisan chocolate gifts on the new olive shop. From a beautifully wrapped letterbox chocolate hamper to delicate sea salt milk chocolate things and a Rococo hamper filled with grown-up truffles, nibbles and bars.
Superfood chocolate gift box
- Available from olive shop, £14.80
A compact chocolate box with added virtues, this gift set is filled with bars made using raw or organic ingredients, plus a few unusual additions such as maca powder. Among the selection is a Doisy & Dam dark chocolate bar studded with goji berries and a fudgy raw cacao flapjack.
olive shop, £14.80
Rococo gourmet chocolate hamper
- Available from olive shop, £54.95
Chocoholics will love this generous hamper filled with Rococo treats. There’s a little bit of everything inside, from uniquely flavoured artisan bars (think sea salt and rosemary or Earl Grey tea), to sweets, nibbles and melting chocolate thins.
olive shop, £54.95
Hotel Chocolat Velvetiser, £99, Hotel Chocolat
Whether it's a birthday, anniversary or just a special treat, velvety smooth hot chocolate will always go down a treat. With the Velvetiser, you can do just that at the press of a button. Whip up barista-grade hot chocolate in just over two minutes, with flavour packs ranging from vegan nutmilk to vanilla white chocolate and cafe latte.
Marshmallow s'mores kit, £27.95, Not on the High Street
Combine Belgian chocolate thins, gourmet marshmallows and handmade biscuits to make gooey s’mores with this simple kit. Included is a safe and easy-to-use marshmallow toaster and bamboo sticks for a sweet weekend activity.
The build-a-box subscription, from £25 per month, Hotel Chocolat
Hotel Chocolat's new subscription service means you'll always have chocolate-on hand, whether that's to gift to others or to keep to yourself. Simply pick your preferred box format and curate your own, whether that's chocolate, macarons, batons, biscuits and even tipples.
Choc on Choc Great Pair white chocolates, £9.99, Choc on Choc
This charming pear duo, made of Belgian white chocolate and a fluffy marshmallow centre, is sure to melt your loved one's heart. Engraved with the words 'we make a great pear’, it’s chocolate with sentiment, and what could be better than that?
Deluxe luxury chocolate hamper, £70, Love Cocoa
Love Cocoa’s luxury chocolate hamper is fit for the most enthusiastic of chocolate-lovers; inside, you’ll find salted caramel truffles, white chocolate caramel popcorn, hot chocolate buttons and bars of honeycomb, Maldon sea salt and salted caramel. Tuck into these treats as you pop open the bottle of Love Cocoa’s very own prosecco – quite the pairing! This is chocolate with the environment in mind: each hamper will plant eight trees in Kenya.
Tony’s Chocolonely personalised bars, £6, Tony’s Chocolonely
A personalised bar of Tony’s Chocolonely’s chunky, Willy Wonka-style chocolate makes the sweetest option for gifting loved ones, friends or family. Simply select their favourite flavour, from Caramel Sea Salt to Dark Milk Pretzel Toffee and more, and upload a photo or text onto a template on the Tony’s website – this is then printed and shipped to an address of your choice. Not only is Tony’s chocolate totally moreish, but every purchase also supports Tony’s mission to make all chocolate 100% slave-free.
Chocolate lobster, £12, Choc on Choc
Confess your love to a special someone with this charming pink chocolate lobster from Choc on Choc, handmade from smooth white Belgian chocolate. Perfect for anniversaries or Valentine's Day, you could also pair it with these perfect match chocolates for a double dose of sweetness.
Large chocolate dipping adventure for two, £20, Hotel Chocolat
You too can tuck into this chocolate dipping set (if you're lucky enough to be chosen!), including milk, dark, white and caramel chocolate pots and nibbles including panned Brazil nuts, almond biscuits, mini grissini and florentines. It's a chocolate feast that's perfect for all hardcore chocolate-lovers.
The personalised sparkling tea & truffle gift box, 0% ABV, £49.20, Fortnum & Mason
Fortnum’s luxurious pairing of Royal Blend truffles and sparkling tea will please alcohol-conscious friends and teatotallers alike, with the option to customise the bottle label for a personal touch. Truffles are malty and honey-sweet, while the non-alcoholic sparkling tea boasts light, tropical notes.
Vegan & gluten free brownie variety box, £22.50, Cakehead
The aroma of freshly baked brownies wafting through your home is even better when its delivered straight to your door. Cakehead’s vegan and gluten free brownie variety box means everyone can enjoy a slice (or two), with totally moreish flavour combinations such as pecan & caramel, chocolate chunk and raspberry & coconut.
Cakehead also deliver your favourite dairy treats, from double chocolates brownies to caramel shortbreads.
Chococo subscription, from £18.50, Chococo
For the gift which keeps on giving, order a loved one a chocolate subscription from UK artisan chocolatier Chococo. A pre-paid gift subscription lets you choose the size of box and the time period of the subscription – either three, six or 12 months – or opt for a rolling monthly subscription, which you can cancel at any time. Chococo offers selection boxes including a mixture of fruit flavours, toasted nuts, smooth caramels, crunchy honeycomb, pralines, fresh cream ganache and truffles.
Booja Booja's signature collection chocolate truffles, £9.99, Amazon
Treat someone special to Booja Booja’s selection of velvety chocolate truffles, with flavours including chocolate orange, deeply chocolate, chocolate salted caramel and honeycomb caramel. Organic, vegan, gluten and soya-free, these moreish chocolate morsels will make a thoughtful gift.
Montezuma's lots of love milk chocolate hearts, £30, John Lewis
This handy reusable clip-top jar is filled with creamy, solid chunks of milk chocolate hearts, with enough inside for family and friends to share. Montezuma’s Lots of Love range is available all year round for those wanting to send their love any time of year.
DIY chocolate truffle making kit, £20, Cocoa Ooze
Make your gift one to remember with an evening of truffle making. The kit includes shells, chocolate, a piping bag and greaseproof paper; it also comes with gift bags and ribbons to give your truffles a professional look. Choose from milk, dark or white.
Chocolate bar collection, from £7.99, Melt
Melt’s luxury chocolate bar range is perfect for chocoholics who love exploring flavours. Build an impressive stack of gourmet chocolate and send to a loved one – take your pick from toast & marmalade, popcorn, pistachio blonde and more.
A bit of everything selection, £16, Harry Specters
Chocolate with a cause, family-run chocolatier Harry Specters has award-winning bars and boxes with a strong social cause – offering support to young people with autism through employment. It’s ‘A Bit of Everything Selection’ box contains 12 artisan, beautifully designed chocolates all hand painted and made with natural ingredients. Expect exotic flavours to match, from fresh mint with lime to mango & raspberry and orange caramel.
Letterbox tasting pack, £11.95, H!P
Perfect for vegans and flexitarians with a real sweet tooth, treat your loved one to H!P’s vegan chocolate tasting pack. H!P is plant-powered using slavery free, single origin chocolate, blended with creamy oat milk and wrapped inside plastic-free packaging. Creamier then your typical bar of vegan chocolate, H!P’s enticing flavours range from cookies & (no) cream, salted caramel and salty pretzel.
Chocolate is sent out in letterbox-friendly parcels, so there’s no need to worry about not being at home.
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