A unique and cheeky congratulations gift of Obnoxious Chocs. Put a smile on their face with a pat on the back and a kick in the teeth!
Our handmade, high quality fairtrade box of Belgian milk chocolates is the perfect way to say congratulations... on the new job, on passing their exams, on acing the driving test, or just because...
The high quality 'Obnoxious Chocs' gift boxes contain eight chunky, solid chocolate hearts with one of each of the following messages added with coloured cocoa butter: You clever sod; [thumbs up sign]; Yay!; You did good; Good job with the thing; Not such a loser; Well played; and Have some chocolate.
We can send your chocolates direct to the recipient for you. We can also add gift tags, greetings cards and gift wrap to any of our items. Take a look at the options we offer in the photographs above and choose from the drop down menu's when placing your order. If you would like us to hand write a personal message onto the tag or card then don't forget to input this when selecting your gift options.
All of Bagstock & Bumble's treats are hand made in West Yorkshire from the finest quality, fair trade Belgian chocolate.
Best before: All items will have a minimum of 4 weeks (usually much longer) until their best before date, which is clearly marked on the packaging.
Allergies: Our milk and white chocolate items contain dairy and any of our items, as they are made in a home environment, may contain traces of wheat, soya and nuts.
Storage: Please store our chocolate items in a fairly cool, dark place. They do NOT need to be refrigerated - this may cause the chocolate to bloom and produce unsightly white marks on its surface (though it would still be perfectly fine to eat).
Decoration: Cocoa butter, titanium dioxide, hydrated aluminium oxide, E104* *May have an adverse effect on activity & attention in children
Each chocolate is approximately 4cm x 4cm at their widest and highest and they weigh approximately 16g each (there is a total of approximately 120g of chocolate in each box). We know the measurements because we made the moulds, but our weights will vary slightly because they are made by our own experienced, if imprecise, hands.