Have you remembered Mothers Day?
This Sunday, 14 March 2010, is Mothering Sunday here in the UK, and if you’re looking for a last minute gluten free present to send through the post, here’s a suggestion: Letter Box Chocolate.
Letter Box Chocolate will send a box of 16 gluten free Belgian chocolates in a letterbox-sized package with a personal message from you.
The chocolates are all gluten free, though they do contain nuts, milk and soya, and the varieties in the box are:
- milk chocolate and coffee
- dark chocolate and orange
- white chocolate and strawberry
- milk chocolate and praline
Look nice, don’t they?
The idea is that you order online: choose a design for the box, write a personal message, and the Letter Box team put the design, message and chocolates together and post it for you.
Now this seems like a good idea to me: nice and simple, a good range of box designs, the chance to personalise the message – and everyone likes chocolate. Plus: they’re gluten free, and since the box fits through the letter box, there’ll be no need to make a trip to the Post Office to collect a parcel.
The gift costs £8.99, with standard postage in the UK being an extra £1.00, but those of you who don’t live in the UK haven’t been forgotten – the postage will be more, and the delivery times longer, obviously, but you can still send chocolates… even if it isn’t Mothers Day where you live!
And, as a special offer to Free From readers, Letter Box Chocolates are offering a 20% discount:
“Special offer for Free-From.com readers: 20% off of all orders placed before the end of April 2010 – enter discount code promo20 at letterboxchocolate.com to receive your discount on a fantastic present! Why not send some letterbox chocolates for Mother’s day, Easter, birthdays, anniversaries or just to say you care?”
I’ll be sending my youngest off for a week’s residential with school on Mother’s Day, so we’ll be up and out early – but chocolate might be just the thing to come back to once I’ve taken him off to the coach…