For those that don’t know. Father’s Day is the third day of June so there’s plenty of time to have a look around and see what you like. It seems that many of the online chocolate shops are getting their Father’s Day range in on the virtual stores earlier and earlier every year. So if you’re on a budget you can get in quick and buy the best Father’s Day chocolates and then forget about it.
Hotel Chocolat Father’s Day Chocolates
Hotel Chocolat do have a great selection of Father’s Day chocolates such as the Hero Collection gift bag which has a a variety of chocolate goodies inside, including a Hero tablet, some little chocies and a heart-shapped lolly. They’ve also got a range of chocolate signature selection boxes. You can also find a load of large chocolate slabs which weigh in at 500g and have a wide variety of toppings including caramel, fruit and nut, Banoffee, Tutti Frutti or Rocky Road.
What I do like about them is that they have a wide variety of chocolate gifts for people with varying dietry requirements such as diabetic, vegan and vegitarian. They also usually cover all the bases in terms of milk chocolate, white chocolate and dark chocolate. They’ve also got fairly good prices. You’re not going to get anything ridiculously cheap – but you do get value for money.
Thorntons Father’s Day Chocolates
Thorntons typically aren’t as quick to get their gift ranges online, but they do offer a slightly cheaper option, but still with a good degree of imagination. If they like a drop to drink then they do a Whisky & Chocolate Hamper for £25 where he gets a bottle of Jonny Walker Whisky, and a couple of bags of Whisky dark chocolate truffles – delicious! They also do the usual chocolate selection boxes where its difficult to go wrong, they do rum truffles, white chocolate, and loads of other great stuff.
Everybody has heard of Thorntons so if you did want to play it safe then this is the shop for you. They do some fantastic looking chocolate figures which I know are very popular, so give them a try and see if you find anything that appeals.
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