Chocolate isn’t just for Easter, you know. Chocolate is for life. Chocolate is for serving to guests after dinner parties, chocolate is for helping us cope with messy break-ups and heartbreak and chocolate is to get us through that 3pm slump. A day without chocolate for the Live Like a VIP team is a bad day. Thankfully, we’ve never had one yet!
As we consume so much chocolate, we know that some is better than others and one of the brands we can trust is Elizabeth Shaw. It brings back memories of our own parents having it around the house for ‘special occasions’ and so tucking into a mint or a chocolate straw feels like a treat. The brand’s been making chocolate since 1881 – it’s clearly doing something right. And to share that special something with you, we have a competition so five lucky winners can experience (or relive) the taste for themselves.
To tickle your tastebuds, these are the prizes that we are giving away to ensure all spring celebrations are completed with an appropriate chocolate and even the most fussy foodie finds something they’ll love:
The Elizabeth Shaw crisp collection – these chocolates combine distinctive flavours with their original honeycomb recipe to create a truly moreish taste. With an offering of the original dark chocolate mint, milk chocolate mint, milk chocolate orange and milk chocolate salted caramel, there is a box to suit all tastes.
The Elizabeth Shaw flutes – these are just as tempting, filled with a selection of tasty flavours within a smooth chocolate baton. Each flute encases a rich infusion flavour which is complimented by the irresistible fondant centre which come in a choice of mint, amaretto, orange or cappuccino.
The Elizabeth Shaw mint collection – this is is a sophisticated selection of delicious dark and milk chocolates infused with their specially selected mint oil. The arrangement includes the original mint crisp and tantalising flutes, presented in a stylish gift box.
To win two of these boxes (chosen at random by us) simply answer this question and email firstname.lastname@example.org along with your name and email address before 2359 on Tuesday 18 April.
Q: What year did Elizabeth Shaw first start making chocolates?
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