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You Can Send People Massive Personalised Cadbury Chocolate Hampers

You Can Send People Massive Personalised Cadbury Chocolate Hampers

If you know someone in lockdown in need of a little lift, then why not send them a massive hamper of Cadbury chocolate?

Of course, essential hampers containing toilet roll and tinned soup etc are all well and good, but who wouldn't happily welcome a bonus hamper containing 27 bars of chocolate?

It doesn't have to say Harry on it, in case that wasn't clear. Credit: Prezzybox
It doesn't have to say Harry on it, in case that wasn't clear. Credit: Prezzybox

The sweet care packs are available on Prezzybox and are comprised of seven Dairy Milks, five Cadbury Twirls, five Crunchies, five Dairy Milk Caramels and five Double Deckers.

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The hampers can be personalised with a message for the recipient (even if that's you).

The hamper is priced at £34.99 ($43.27), but there is a cheaper and arguably better sounding hamper available for £29.99 ($37.09) which contains an exciting mix of Cadbury goodies.

The description reads: "Choc full (literally) of the decadent Cadbury chocolates and biscuits, it's sure to keep even the sweetest of sweet tooths occupied.

"The hamper contains five Dairy Milk bars, a Wispa bar, a Twirl, a Crunchie, a Dairy Milk Caramel bar, a Double Decker bar, a carton of Cadbury Heroes, a box of Milk Tray, a pack of Oreo biscuits, a pack of Golden Oreo biscuits and a Toblerone. Praise the chocolate Lords.

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"Not only is it the perfect gift for choccy chomper, but it can be personalised with the lucky one's name and a message inside, reminding others in the household that it's absolutely not for them and they better keep their greedy mitts well away.

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"Whether for a birthday, anniversary, engagement, Christmas or just because you love them, make a chocolate-lover's day with our epic Cadbury hamper."

Oliver will be chuffed. Credit: Prezzybox
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This hamper is too big to fit through the letterbox, but the price still includes delivery, and let's face it, we're all in to answer the door at the moment.

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You can order the letterbox hamper here and the non-letterbox hamper here.

And who knows, you may be able to get one for a vegan friend soon. Earlier this year, Cadbury revealed that it was working on making a vegan-friendly version of Dairy Milk - which seems like quite a daunting challenge, when you consider vegans can't have dairy or milk.

Mondelez, the company that owns Cadbury, confirmed the news to LADbible, but explained there is no launch date as of yet for the sweet treat's big reveal.

A spokesperson explained: "We're always listening to our consumers, so we can develop and provide people with a greater choice of products. This includes looking at a plant-based Cadbury Dairy Milk bar - however, we have no immediate plans to launch a new product in market.

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"We are only interested in launching a new vegan product that retains the texture and taste that our consumers expect and love from Cadbury products."

Let's all bring some positivity, support and fun to anyone who might find themselves in isolation as a result of the coronavirus spread. Need some entertainment? Join Isolation Nation: https://www.facebook.com/groups/coronasupport/

Featured Image Credit: Prezzybox

Topics: Food, Cadbury, Chocolate

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Jake Massey is a journalist at LADbible. He graduated from Newcastle University, where he learnt a bit about media and a lot about living without heating. After spending a few years in Australia and New Zealand, Jake secured a role at an obscure radio station in Norwich, inadvertently becoming a real-life Alan Partridge in the process. From there, Jake became a reporter at the Eastern Daily Press. Jake enjoys playing football, listening to music and writing about himself in the third person.