Share the Sweetness of Love This Valentine’s with Lily O’Brien’s Chocolate
When you think of Valentine’s Day, you think of lush bouquets of flowers and roaring red hearts. Of course, no Valentine’s celebration would be complete without decadent boxes of chocolates. Ireland’s favourite chocolatier Lily O’Brien’s has a tempting selection of treats on offer this year, and you will no doubt find the perfect chocolate delight for your other half.
Show your sweet side with a box of Lily O’Brien’s Crispy Hearts (€5.00). Savour twelve crunchy pieces of honeycomb that have been generously smothered in Lily O’Brien’s signature smooth milk chocolate for the perfect indulgent bite.
For a really romantic gift why not pick up the Lily O’Brien’s Petit Deserts Collection (€10.00). This luxurious selection features twenty-four delicious chocolates, beautifully wrapped and finished in a pretty candy pink bow. Allow your loved one to choose from flavours including Crème Brulee, Key Lime Pie, Raspberry Infusion, Passion Fruit Posset, Banoffee Pie and Hazelnut Torte.
Go all out this Valentine’s Day and spoil that special someone with the Lily O’Brien’s Personalised Photobox (€19.99). This unique gift contains thirty signature chocolates for your loved one to enjoy, and the box is specially decorated with your very own personalised image. Allow your other half to cherish this one of a kind gift long after the chocolates are gone.
Each box of Lily O’Brien’s is hand wrapped, carefully crafted and thoughtfully designed, making it the perfect gift for a loved one this Valentine’s Day.
The popular chocolate brand was created by Mary Ann O’Brien. She honed her chocolate-making skills training with world-class chefs and chocolatiers throughout South Africa and Europe, and brought this wealth of knowledge back with her to Lily O’Brien’s HQ in Kildare.
To date, Lily O’Brien’s have won numerous awards for its exceptional chocolates, including Blas na Heireann, Mercury Awards, Great Taste Awards.
For more information, please visit www.lilyobriens.ie