Lindt – Share The Bliss
Hey everyone! I hope you’re all well and having a wonderful start to the week! Here in the UK it seems like the weather has quickly skipped Autumn and jumped right into winter!
For me, Autumn & Winter are the perfect months for getting cosy – whether it’s meeting your friends for a coffee and enjoying a rich hot chocolate or simple spending a cold evening at home, relaxing by the fire and watching tv – one thing’s for sure, I always have a Lindt Chocolate with me!
For those of you who know me personally, you’ll know that these chocolates are one of my favourite! I remember when I first tried a Lindt Lindor Chocolate and it was absolute heaven! They’re smooth with a creamy centre and every time I buy them, I feel like I’ve just bought a little piece of luxury….
Did You Know – Lindt Lindor chocolates were actually made by accident – one evening, one of the machines were left on (all weekend) in the factory with the chocolate mix still inside. The result of a weekend’s worth of stirring was the world’s first experience of soft, melt-in-your-mouth chocolate. Lindt then went on to improve the recipe & sensation and now create the world’s finest chocolate.
Share The Bliss
More often that not, I feel like most of us (including myself) forget to take a step back and enjoy the little moments in life – the moments which truly matter.
I’m quite old fashioned and prefer spending my evenings at home with friends and family and as I’ve mentioned above, love my chocolate so when someone comes to visit – Lindt Lindor Chocolates will definitely be on hand to share….
In a weird way, I think chocolates can actually bring people together and when you share the bliss of a Lindt chocolate, people see that it’s not just any chocolate – it’s a luxury chocolate which instantly takes your mood from ok to brilliant!
The only thing that would top my Lindt moment would be if I was sat in Switzerland by a wood-fire, watching the snow after a day of snowboarding…. perfect!
In store I’ve also spotted a new winter edition of Lindt – they’re milk chocolate with pieces of Hazlenut!
Ah how lovely do they sound? These are next on the ‘to try’ list so if anyone has purchased them…. please let me know what they’re like! 🙂