Chocolate gift delivery to Myanmar (Burma)
When will my chocolate be delivered ?
Deliveries are sent to the address you have provided via DHL EXPRESS from Monday until Friday from 8 am to 6 pm.
How much are the delivery charges ?
Planète Chocolat offers you secure methods of payment. Our delivery charges for Myanmar are €42.96 including taxes.
Is delivery also possible on weekends or public holidays ?
Unfortunetly, no , DHL only delivers from Monday to Friday between 08:00 - 18:00 and does not work during public holidays.
Delivering Belgian chocolate to Myanmar is absolutely possible
From Rangoon to Mandalay, from Mawlamyine to Bago, from Pathein to Monywa, if you would like to have fine Belgian chocolate delivered to Myanmar, don't hesitate to use the chocolate delivery service provided by the specialized brand Planète Chocolat. Pralines, chocolate bars, caraques: it's easy to place your order and send some treats to your loved ones living in Myanmar.
Myanmar, a small cocoa-bean producing country
Although some Asian countries such as Indonesia or Vietnam dominate the continent's production when it comes to cocoa beans, Myanmar is trying to catch up, especially following recent political change. However, Myanmar doesn't have a climate that is rainy enough to grow cocoa trees and the soils are also too acidic. The result was that it took several tries to successfully grow cocoa in Myanmar, especially to determine which parts of the country would be best for its development. Therefore, several production sites were created east of Taungoo, in the northern part of the state of Karen, and in Tennasserim in the Kambauk region. In this same region, an agricultural development program delivered 20,000 cocoa tree seeds to farmers. In the long-term, that's 60,000 trees to be planted each year, which will serve to replenish areas that have been largely deforested by overexploitation.
Offer a chocolate treat from Brussels
As in the rest of Asia, chocolate was initially a food imported by European colonists in the 19th century. The logical result is that the local cuisine in Myanmar doesn't count chocolate among its ingredients. In addition, Burmese taste buds are far from being experienced with chocolate, though they deserve to enjoy all of the flavors that cocoa beans can offer. Don't hesitate to offer your Burmese friends some artisanal Belgian chocolates for a private event such as a wedding or birth, or for religious and cultural festivities. These are opportunities to introduce some Belgian culture and maybe win over some chocolate converts in Myanmar. To do this, just place an order on the Planète Chocolat site and use the chocolate delivery service to Myanmar, which is available to everyone.