04/04/2015

REVIEW Chocolate Mailbox.com

Disclaimer: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample for review purposes, the opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

One thing I have very much missed since becoming an expat and I'm far from alone on this one is British chocolate, I have been watching the news over the last few months and if you have a minute take a read of this link below which explains the conclusion on the Hershey's / Cadburys dispute....
http://metro.co.uk/2015/02/08/british-chocolate-to-be-banned-from-america-after-trademark-dispute-between-hershey-and-cadbury-5054183/

Recently I was contacted by Chocolate Mailbox.com who politely enquired if I would write a review for them on receipt of a sample box which I readily agreed to of course.

Chocolate Mailbox.com is a British based company founded in 2015 delivering British chocolate to most countries around the world, they have a dedicated customer service team to help with orders and extra care is taken to make sure their shipping is competitively priced, fast and secure and all goods only leave them after they have been checked and put through quality control.

Chocolate Mailbox.com currently offers three different box sizes, a pick and mix option and boxes under such names as:
40 Little Dinkers Box
Biggy Box
British Classics
Cadbury Crazy Box
Cadbury Collection Box
Smooth and Creamy
Special Sharing Box

This is the sample product I received from Chocolate Mailbox.com



You can see the box is clearly labeled with protective warning stickers and the chocolate inside is encased amongst plenty of polystyrene packaging, every single chocolate bar arrived in perfect condition and use by date of at least seven months.

Upon further research of Chocolate Mailbox.com its website, products and competition I would have to say some similar companies currently offer more choice of chocolate bars however Chocolate Mailbox.com are constantly updating and increasing their range of bars. Also what caught my eye on the website was a 'newsletter' unfortunately it looks like you have to register as a new customer to be able to view it which for some could be seen as slightly time consuming.

In this sample box between my husband, myself and our two children there were plenty of bars to please everybody's tastes, the box didn't last long and this is mainly because we have been deprived of British chocolate for a long time and its arrival caused much excitement which prompted some major over-indulging!

Chocolate Mailbox.com are socially active on Facebook and Twitter and enjoy nothing more than talking about the unique delights and ingredients that make British chocolate what it is today.
http://chocolatemailbox.com
https://www.facebook.com/chocolatemailbox?fref=ts
https://twitter.com/chocmailbox

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