Lucky’s Honey Time chocolates by Kirstie Battson.
Love chocolate? Love cake? How about a unique combination of the two? Well, information pills the good people at Lucky’s London have decided to whack these two yummy delights together in a delicious new collection which they asked if I would like to sample. Well, I’d be a fool to say no.
The Lucky’s luxury cake range is inspired by their favourite book, Alice in Wonderland. I tried the Honey Time gift set, comprising of several exciting gingerish honey based morsels in a (fake) fur lined box: Hurry Bunny is covered with white chocolate and has an intense blueberry compote on top. Sour Kick is a moist combination of milk chocolate and apricot compote. Coco Rush has a layer of oozy coconut beneath dark chocolate. Lazy Rabbit combines milk chocolate with a Baileys infused ganache and walnut brittle. Fancy Fudge and Nutty Delay complete the mix.
Lucky’s in Wonderland by Laura Frame.
All the cakes are fully enrobed in premium Grand Cru Valrhona chocolate from France which means that they have a long shelf life of up to 8 weeks. They taste delicious, and would make a unique gift for that someone special who loves cake… and chocolate.
Lucky’s London has great design by creative director Fabio Buzzati, who is the co-creator of Lucky’s with Armand Falcao.
Another exciting concept being pioneered by Lucky’s is Lucky Cards – wherein customers will be asked to chose from one of a range of beautifully designed cards with an exclusive code that can then be used to claim a free gift when it arrives with their order. Lucky Cards are coming soon, but in the meantime you can marvel at their lovely design.
Also available: Lucky’s Chocolates Mad Hatter Gift Set of 12.
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