01/12/2016

Sweet Treat | Gift Guide

Best UK Travel Lifestyle Blogger Aberdeen Personalised Chocolate Gift

Have you read my first post from my new Gift Guide series? If you haven’t yet here is the link so you can find it.

Instead of just writing a gift guide I have decided to introduce you to some of my blogging friends that I think would enjoy particular gift. It is a perfect opportunity to get to know one another, so if you did not know them just say Hi.  I promise they are really a nice bunch!

Who?

My favourite berry of them all Denise! We met at the beginning of 2016 during an Aberdeen blogging event and we clicked immediately. If you see photos of me from any of the blogging events there is a big chance that it was Denise who captured the photo. Because of Denise I have also had the chance to have a go at Go Ape! in Crathes Castle in Aberdeenshire. I loved it, find out here if she did too. 
Best UK Travel Lifestyle Blogger Aberdeen Personalised Chocolate Gift
What?
10% off code, valid until 21st December: igaberry

Personalised chocolates are fantastic as a gift for two kinds of people: the one you know and want to share a special message with, or the one you do not know as well but still want your gift too be more thoughtful than just an ordinary picture frame; gathering dust somewhere in the basement. Put a smile on their face instead!
Best UK Travel Lifestyle Blogger Aberdeen Personalised Chocolate Gift
I am a big believer that if you do not know what to buy something eatable or drinkable is always a good and safe choice. Even if the receiver does not like the particular thing she can always share it with someone. It is a pretty safe bet that even if she do not like chocolate there will be someone she know who love it, maybe whilst watching a movie together all cosy in the warm.

For Denise I decided to pick an uplifting winter message that will brighten up her day. We all need that in Scotland. It is beautiful but the weather can be cruel in cold months.
Best UK Travel Lifestyle Blogger Aberdeen Personalised Chocolate Gift
Gluten free chocolates from Morse Toad are sent in a simple, classy white box.  The size of the box is dependable from the length of your tasty message.  It can be 3,7, 11, 22, 33 or 44 letters.

Add your personalised message that will be placed on a card insert. After all of the chocolates are gone the insert with warm wishes can always take a proud place in someone’s wallet. 
Best UK Travel Lifestyle Blogger Aberdeen Personalised Chocolate Gift
The box fits through a UK size letter box so you can send a Secret Santa to someone you fancy without saying from whom the chocolates are as Morse Toad says ‘Some things are better said in chocolate’. However, as romantic as it sounds nowadays I would be slightly creep out.

What do you think of sweet treats as a gift?

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  1. I just checked Morse Toad website an they have worldwide delivery, yay! Thank you so much for the recommendation!

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

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    1. Enjoy! Cannot wait to see online what sweet message will you pick. Iga x

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  2. This looks like the perfect present for my hubby, he loves chocolate :)

    Rosy | Sparkles of Light Blog
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    1. Delicious message is always a great idea, isn't it? x

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  3. I can't eat chocolate unless they're dairy free (and even then it's a struggle to find nice ones!), but I know a gift like that would go down well with many of my friends and family :)

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    1. I should not eat anything with dairy and especially chocolate with nuts... But temptation is too big!

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  4. I love the sound of this! Chocolate at Christmas is a must, and it is even better when it is personalized! x

    www.bisoushollyolivia.co.uk

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    1. I will not say no to chocolate, ever! x

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