Chocolate gift delivery to Nepal
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 Nepal are €42.96 including tax.
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 chocolate from Brussels to Nepal? It's possible
Let's say that your love of trekking and Nepalese culture means you're now living in this Himalayan country par excellence. Just one problem, you're missing chocolate delicacies to enjoy for dessert or with a cup of tea. Be tempted by the online store of your artisanal chocolatier, Planète Chocolat, which has put numerous products, and even a a chocolate delivery service to Nepal at your disposal.
A short tour of Nepal
It's true that when people think about Nepal, they don't think about artisanal chocolate, even when they think about Nepal's cultural specialties. It should be noted that this Himalayan country has a culture strongly rooted in ethnic group, land and climate. Its agriculture reflects these diversities, and is made up primarily of rice, corn, lentils, potatoes or wheat. Chocolate is therefore absent, and its consumption is strictly limited. Know that Nepal is a country stuck between two giant countries: China and India. Nepal nevertheless has 30 million inhabitants. Its capital is the mythical tourist destination of Kathmandu. Other important cities include Pokhara, Lalitpur, Biratnagar, Birganj or Bharatpur.
Nepal and chocolate: diametrically opposed?
Despite everything, chocolate is able to make connections even with cultures far removed from its origins. To find this link between chocolate and Nepal, we can count on chocolate artisans to always be ready to combine ingredients to create a high-quality product. This was the case with the France's Jean-Pierre Dujon-Lombard, who won a prize at the 2011 Salon du Chocolat, for Silgarhi. It was a remarkable Timult pepper ganache from Nepal. Tilmut pepper offers light acidity, with flavors of yuzu and pink grapefruit, ideal characteristics for a chocolate concoction. Once again, chocolate has the ability to combine well with local specialties, in this case, Nepalese ones.