Nothing stirs the senses more than delicious chocolate. Spoil yourself with some indulgent treats with our selection of luxurious chocolates.
Great if you’re not a fan of dark chocolate, these chocolates are deliciously creamy – and right on trend with their sea salt combinations. £29, Amelia Rope.
By Katy McClelland
This renowned French chocolatier has been producing fabulous chocolates from Normandy since 1948 – these ganaches just melt in the mouth. £34.95 through Harvey Nichols.
Unusual as it may sound, the flavour combination of these delicious truffles from artisan chocolatier Fredericks just work perfectly – so much so that they won this year’s Great Taste Golden Fork award. £7, Fredericks Chocolaterie.
This selection from great French chocolatier La Maison du Chocolat is seriously decadent. Filled with ganaches, pralines and truffles, it has something for everyone. £98, La Maison du Chocolat.
Opulent is really the work to describe this box. It makes a stunning centrepiece for a special occasion. It’s filled with a selection of handmade chocolates, from liquid salted caramels, to pearls, rochers and nougats £110, Artisan du Chocolat.
This selection from artisan chocolatier Paul Wayne Gregory is a real treat: the flavours are intense but very smooth and balanced. His classic salted caramel is included, as are raspberry, passionfruit and dark rum, among others. £19.95, Paul Wayne Gregory.
Champagne truffles are everywhere but there are none quite like this: the Dom Perignon just adds a luxurious note to these exceptional chocolates. £48, Demarquette.
For something a little bit different, Paul Young’s innovative flavour combinations are just delicious – from the signature salted caramel to the latest collection, which includes Eccles cake, sacred negroni, pumpkin pie and tobacco and rose. From £2 for one chocolate. Paul A Young.