Monday, June 6, 2016

Father's Day Gift Guide - Chococurb, High end chocolate delivered to your door!

Chococurb uses a subscription box model to help people discover real, high-quality chocolate from all around the world.   Every box they ship is curated by their team to ensure that each customer will enjoy their experience.  They offer  two box sizes and international shipping options to ensure that they have all of their customer's needs covered! With Father's Day and the summer quickly approaching, Chococurb would make a great gift option that is both unique and affordable.

I got to test one of their small May boxes. It included two full size bars and one mini bar of delicious chocolate. Here is a little about each one:

Dolfin Chocolat Noir -This pure bitter-sweet chocolate was made in Belgium. It has just a pinch of orange zest to give it a little more flavor. 

Amedei Tuscany- Toscono Blond - This one was made in Italy. It's 65% real chocolate and is blended with real peaches and apricots. Does this count as a daily serving of fruit for the day?

Eastern Congo Coffee & Cream - This one my was favorite since it blends my two favorite things-coffee and chocolate! It's also a fair trade brand and is certified organic. 

I loved everything inside this box. This chocolate is a quality you just can't find in the grocery store, and I loved experimenting with no many unique flavors. If you're worried about ordering chocolate in the summer, that's isn't a problem either. Chococurb includes an ice pack with their shipments during the hot months to ensure your delicious chocolate arrives in suburb condition. To see all Chococurb has to offer or to start a subscription for yourself, be sure to visit their website or follow them on social media. If you're looking for a fun gift for dad that your dad can enjoy all year long, get him a Chococurb subscription this Father's Day.

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alissa apel said...

I'd love: Eastern Congo Coffee & Cream to! Nom Nom

Maryann D. said...

I really love high quality chocolate like these. I would really like to receive the Chococurb subscription box each month!
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Lauryn Rescoe said...

Yum! This sounds like delicious chocolate! I love high quality chocolate from other countries! Belgium cups are my favorite kind, they are so creamy and out of this world good. :)