Enrich your Gift Basket with Pick n Mix Gourmet Chocolates
GIS SystemMay 12, 2012 06:40 EDT
Young or older, man or woman- almost everyone loves chocolates, and chocolate gift bags are always treated as wonderful gifts. Whether it is for a birthday party or for a wedding reception, a Christmas celebration or an Easter get-together, you can combine a selection of sumptuous candies, creamy truffles, lip-smacking lollies and chocolate-coated cherries in an attractive basket to surprise the host. Many top bakeries and confectioners in the UK now offer a choicest range of gourmet chocolate options and enable you to pick n mix your favored flavors to create a perfect chocolate gift basket. Whether you are looking for a chocolate gift for your sweet kids or your beautiful sweetheart, friends or business partner, picking and mixing is an exciting way to choose from a wide range of mouth-watering chocolates. The process is not difficult, you just need to pick up an appealing gift basket and stuff it with chocolate goodies.
Pick and mix chocolates serve as fantastic Valentine’s Day gifts. You can buy heart-shaped chocolates encased in a romantic-themed gift box to overwhelm your ladylove. Pick and mix stands are not only good as gifts but they often are the center of attraction in wedding receptions and birthday parties. Mostly in birthday parties, you will find personalized containers brimming with assorted chocolates, gummy bears and candy flosses. These colorful containers are often the favorite of the pygmy-sized guests at a party.
Where to find the pick n mix chocolates? If you visit your local kiosks, candy shops and grocery stores, you will come across loose candies placed in the decorative pick n mix stand in an order. The shoppers can pick up whatever kind and whatever quantity of chocolates they want into a scoop pr paper bag. The price of the chocolates varies according to their weight and brand. Weighing is usually done by the seller or the customer. Many online sweet stores sell pick and mix chocolates and confectionery.
In the United Kingdom, the sellers of pick and mix chocolates need to maintain some rules. The regulation demands the sellers to place the items in a hygienic container while the buyers need to use spoons or pliers to pick up the candies. These candies were first introduced in the 1970s and the first loose candies included fruit-flavored gummy bears, powdered-filled bombs and pirate coins. Now, newer varieties have come up to tickle the taste buds of the chocolate lovers.