Chocolate Puns in the Post – what someone will send me chocolate through the post? Erm… did I die and go to heaven? This was my reaction when I learnt that we had been invited to try the latest product offering from Morse Toad who already do fabulous personalised gifts made out of chocolate.
Please note Morse Toad gave me a free trial of this product so that I could write this review, but the opinions are as ever completely my own.
The Chocolate Puns in the post are something a bit different as not only do you get lovely piece of chocolate, but it also has a beautiful and colour illustration and pun on it so you get to send a funny edible message essentially. You can personalise this letterbox gift by adding a photo and you can also add a personalised message to the box.
I am not going to lie I really wanted to just order this for myself when I was sent my order code, but I thought I had best see what the whole experience was like for someone getting the gift so instead I did it as an early Father’s Day present for my husband from the kids. I had it addressed to my so I could make sure I was there when he opened it and I could see his response. He genuinely did have a little chuckle when he saw his chocolate pun and he did not initially believe that it was chocolate until he tasted it.
He is a rare breed that I don’t understand who can just have one piece of chocolate and then put it back in the fridge for another day – odd!! So it is there tormenting me and calling ‘Eat me Eat me!’, but he is very much enjoying saving it.
The product itself seems of a great quality and the packaging is really lovely and quite funky in its styling. Even my husband appreciated the little touches like the photo being on a credit card shaped and sized plastic so he is now carrying it in his wallet.
We really did like these chocolate pun gifts. I can actually see lots of uses for these and they aren’t too expensive at £8.20 with the photo and £6.95 without. I reckon in the future and as the company create more designs, which they will, I will be back again and again for that slightly quirky and unusual personalised gift and I am fairly sure that anyone who I send chocolate through the post to will be more than thrilled to receive it. I know we were.
The lovely peeps over at Chocolate Puns in the Post are also running a competition where one lucky winner will receive £100 and 25 free boxes. If you are interested you can fund out more here: http://bit.ly/winpun