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Halloween Chocolate from Godiva

Halloween Chocolate from Godiva

 Godiva dark chocolate bat lolly

Godiva dark chocolate bat lolly

It may be November, but that doesn't mean the Halloween celebrations are over just yet.  I'm heading to a Halloween party on Saturday, which means there's still plenty of time to enjoy the treats on offer. 

Two such things are the Halloween chocolates from Godiva.  Their bat lolly is made of dark chocolate; it tastes a little bitter but is still tasty and I like the simple design.   

 Godiva milk chocolate witch

Godiva milk chocolate witch

My favourite, though, is the milk chocolate witch.  Beautifully presented (mine was sent with spider-themed ribbon which tied the cellophane packaging together), the Belgian chocolate is really soft and creamy and the witch design is brilliantly detailed.  It's not too sweet, either, which is a bonus - although you might find it a bit much if you devour it in one sitting (which I never do, obviously...)

Slightly more than I'd normally spend on chocolate - the 80g witch figure comes in at £8 and you can buy two bat lollies for £5 or they're £3 each.  It's lovely chocolate though, so worth the splurge - although I'd recommend you keep it as a treat for yourself rather than spoiling the trick or treaters! 

Chocolate was provided by Godiva, however this was in independent and honest review.

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