Belgian Chocolate Review from Serenata Flowers
Well what can I say, a large box of Belgian chocolate from Serenata Flowers, was delivered just the other day and we were short of someone to try them out so I was volunteered, (there’s no justice) so I undertook the hardest task of having to taste and eat Belgian chocolate! They are from Serenata Flowers & cost only £35.99, they really would make a great present. I recommend them.
They come in a lovely mint blue & white striped Serenata Hampers box, which opens to show ta black box with a pretty white ribbon, bow & card tied on the corner. Just opening the box is a delight with the lovely ribbon & bow, then it hit me, the smell I mean ‘oh what a smell!’ Intensive rich aroma of chocolate with hints of the delights to come.
The next task was to taste the chocolate that was made harder by the far, that there was no menu slip inside or on the box as to what was inside the chocolates ‘pot luck’, It was a bit of a mystery tour, but a nice tour as the chocolates were scrumptious, truly scrumptious to coin a phrase and very rich.
Anyway I tasted every individual one (2 or 3 in one sitting) over the week ‘they last longer that way’ 😉 I would highly recommend these Belgian chocolates as they are great for a treat. Not being a chocoholic like Nanna Jane, I can’t swear they are the best chocolates out there but oh boy they must be close.
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