Thursday, 24 January 2013

Guylians Valentine's Day





Its that lovely time of year, chocolates, roses, chocolates, love, chocolates!!

I was sent a Valentine's Day gift from Guylian. The  heart shaped I Love You box is perfect for Valentine chocolate lovers. Inside are individually wrapped chocolate hearts filled with hazelnut praline. The chocolate is so creamy and smooth, too good for me to wait until the big day of love I'm afraid.


It is often said that flowers mean ‘I am sorry’ but chocolates mean ‘I love you’, and what better way to say this than with one of the delectable boxes of chocolates that are on offer from Guylian this Valentine’s Day.  For Valentine’s Day 2013 the world’s favourite Belgian chocolatier has the answer: a fusion of romance and delectably mouth watering chocolates that will convey all your romantic sentiments with one bite.


Guylian Belgian Chocolate Seashells
The well loved classic gets a romantic twist for Valentine’s Day. Made from the finest West African cocoa beans and filled with melt-in-your-mouth roasted hazelnut praline, each heavenly Guylian seashell is lovingly crafted from a blend of delicious white, milk and dark Belgian chocolate (RSP £3.99 for 250g).




Guylian I Love You
Individually wrapped in luxurious golden foil within an eye catching red box, these romantic heart shaped chocolates, filled with roasted hazelnut praline are the perfect way to say ‘I Love You’ this Valentine’s Day. The 50g box (RSP £1.49) which contains four praline filled hearts is the ideal love token, whilst the 125g heart shaped box (pictured. RSP £3.99) makes a more substantial Valentine’s Day present.


Guylian’s Valentine’s Day chocolates are available from all major supermarkets and selected independent stores nationwide.


Guylian, the world’s favourite Belgian chocolatier has a romantic history.  The story began in the late 1950’s with the marriage of company founders Guy and Liliane. Soon after their wedding the couple combined their first names into the company name Guy-lian. For more information and to see the full range of delicious Belgian chocolates, visit www.guylian.be.  

7 comments:

  1. I wish Guylian would also send me chocolates. Lucky you!

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  2. Give me these chocolates over flowers anyday!

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  3. The box looks almost as nice as those chocs. Something to keep after the last choc is eaten.

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  4. How interesting and romantic that Guylian comes from the marriage of Guy and Liliane. I love their chocolates.

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  5. When you review stuff do they send it to you to review or do you do it off your own back to inform others of the brands?

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  6. A special box for that special lady. Thanks for the information about the company, I always wondered where the name came from.

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