Thursday, 21 February 2013

Guylian Chocolates a Perfect Gift for Mother's Day

I am a foodie! Yes I admit it. I love eating nice food, going to nice restaurants and drinking delicious wine. I also enjoy eating pies, pasties, crisps and chocolate. In fact I love eating anything tasty and particularly indulgent.

At Mother's Day I look forward to receiving tasty treats with a touch of class. Guylian’s iconic Sea Shells chocolates would be my perfect gift. These stunning Belgian chocolates are filled with a praline smooth interior and are meant to be savoured. Made using only the finest Mediterranean hazelnuts, which are roasted and caramelised to perfection then blended with premium Belgian chocolate; a box of these is certain to win you brownie points this Mother’s Day.

A fresh take on the Sea Shells, Guylian Belgian Chocolate Sea Horses are delectable praline filled Sea Horse shaped chocolates with the smooth Belgian praline filling they are a perfect chocolate treat.

Seashells are available in a 250g box for £3.99
Seahorses are available in a 374g box for £9.99

Guylian chocolates are available from all major supermarkets and selected independent stores nationwide.

For further information check out the Guylian chocolates here

Guylian’s commitment to conservation

It's also good to know that this company has ethics. Project Seahorse is dedicated to preserving seahorses and other marine life throughout the world. Guylian provides vital long term support for this crucial work and has been a major partner since 1999. 

Seahorses function as flagship species for a wide range of marine conservation projects. These magical but fragile creatures are a good indicator of healthy coastal ecosystems, meaning that saving the seahorses = saving the seas!

Project Seahorse and Guylian agree on the importance of seahorses as a sign of quality – whether it's for fine Belgian Chocolates or for healthy oceans, and each time you buy a box of Guylian Belgian Chocolate Sea Shells and Sea Horses, you are helping to save seahorses and the seas. 

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