We're well and truly into Christmas gift-buying season, and one of the easiest gifts to give, is the gift of chocolate.
Not only is it bloody delicious, but there are also plenty of options out there that make it look like you put a super amount of thought into it too. It covers all bases.
Here are the best chocolates to buy as gifts for yourself or others this Christmas.
Koko Black's Christmas range is always a highlight, and they've brought some new options to the Christmas gifting table in 2020.
Here are some options for you:
- All Star Advent Calendar | $69.00
- 64-Piece 'Fantastical Feast Gift Box' | $125.00
- Classic Christmas Pudding Block | $9.90
- Classic Christmas Collection Hamper | $99.00
- Magic Pudding Bites | $14.50
Hey Tiger's Christmas chocolate range packs a punch, with a range of delicious new flavours in packaging that looks just as delicious.
Here are some highlights:
- 'Like A Hug' with spekulaas cookie | $5.50
- 'Melt Me' marshmallow | $5.50
- 'Light The Night' mulled wine jelly | $14.50
- The Nostalgic Christmas Gift Box | $50.00
- A Very Vegan Christmas Gift Box | $57.00
Pana Organic's new mylk range is the perfect gift for the vegans in your life.
Their new mylk range is made using coconut milk and includes:
It's also worth checking out their range of spreads:
Hunted + Gathered
You might know of Hunted + Gathered's collab with well-known Healesville distiller Four Pillars, along with their array of chocolate made from single-origin beans.
Hunted + Gathered have just introduced chocolate spreads for the festive season also. Here are some products to check out:
- Four Pillars Gin Chocolate | $7.50
- Coffee Chocolate | $7.50
- Fennel Seed Chocolate | $7.50
- Peanut Chocolate Spread | $15.00
- Hazelnut Spread | $15.00
Want to shop ethically this Christmas? Check out our sustainable Christmas gift guide.
Image credit: Koko Black