Godiva Chocolatier Chocolate Biscuit Gift Box, Assorted Chocolate Biscuits, Holiday Gift Box, 20 Count

December 24, 2018 - Comment

No one can resist the irresistible combination of crispy biscuit combined with smooth, rich Godiva chocolate. Godiva new 20-piece Prestige Biscuit Collection is filled with an exciting assortment of pieces inspired by some of our most iconic chocolate case pieces. The beautiful box with elegant gold design includes Coeur Lait with hazelnut praline, our iconic

No one can resist the irresistible combination of crispy biscuit combined with smooth, rich Godiva chocolate. Godiva new 20-piece Prestige Biscuit Collection is filled with an exciting assortment of pieces inspired by some of our most iconic chocolate case pieces. The beautiful box with elegant gold design includes Coeur Lait with hazelnut praline, our iconic Lady Godiva biscuit with dark chocolate, Ecusson Lait with milk chocolate caramel, Lady Noir with vanilla ganache and dark chocolate, and Coeur Noir with dark chocolate and cocoa ganache. A sophisticated gift for your favorite host, a generous birthday gift, or a treat to be shared at home with family and friends.

Product Features

  • Present this elegant gift box of exceptional crisp, buttery biscuits filled with Godiva chocolate to friends and family — and hope they share!
  • A sophisticated gift for your favorite host, a generous birthday gift, or a treat to be shared at home with family and friends.
  • Certified kosher by the Orthodox Union, one of the strictest kosher standards on the market today.
  • Our shipping system monitors the temperatures where your package is being delivered to ensure your gift arrives in perfect condition, no matter the weather.
  • Beware of unauthorized dealers selling GODIVA products. Buy with confidence in our superior quality, and impeccable customer service when products are marked as “Ships and sold by Amazon.”

Comments

Anonymous says:

NOT AS GOOD AS IN YEARS PAST Godiva has slowly succumbed to marketing pressure and given to lowering chocolate quality for profits. (There is a difference between Godiva produced in Europe and America’s) Owned by Campbell Soup’s in the last decade, which failed to reorganize management and expand its marketing, later sold to a Turkish Consortium, which succeeded. Godiva’s flavor characteristics, consistency and quality has suffered and no longer tastes close to the original chocolate. Once a leader in gift giving, it…

Anonymous says:

CHANGE NOT FOR THE BETTER!

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