Chocolate gift delivery to Iceland
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 Iceland are €39,93 including tax.
Unfortunetly, no , DHL only delivers from Monday to Friday between 08:00 - 18:00 and does not work during public holidays.
Belgian chocolates on their way to Iceland!
Do you have family or friends who have settled in Iceland for work or study? Do you want to give them a gourmet gift for their birthday or as a thank you for welcoming you there? Think of elegant Belgian chocolates, designed and manufactured in the traditional way by Planète Chocolat, your specialist artisanal chocolate maker! Make the most of the chocolate delivery service to Iceland made available by our team.
Noi Sirius, famous Icelandic chocolatier
Talking about chocolate consumption in Iceland is not an empty phrase, whether you live in Reykjavik, the capital, or elsewhere on the island like Kopavogur, Mosfellsbaer, Keflavik, Akureyri, or Hafnarfjorour. The proof is in the success story of the Noi Sirius family business, created in 1920. This confectionery business is still headed by a member of the founding Geirsson family. It is now the largest producer of chocolates and sweets in Iceland. Its most popular products are undoubtedly Opal and Topas, whose slightly bitter taste freshen breath and soothe sore throats. A large part of the confectioner's turnover occurs during the end of year holidays at Christmas and during the period of Easter. Icelanders love buying and giving chocolates for these occasions.
A chocolatier playing a role in the international market
The family business represents 60% of Icelandic production and has 30% of the national market. The rest of their production is exported to foreign countries including Russia and the United States, as well as the Scandinavian and Benelux countries. Noi Sirius also acquired several confectioners before reselling them. For example, Laima, the largest confectioner in Latvia, and Elizabeth Shaw, a British confectioner which was resold in 2009. If you ever go there, you will find that chocolate is part of everyday life in Iceland, from morning to evening. Perhaps you'll have an occasion when you want to give loved ones there the chance to try some Belgian products... If that's the case, why not consider using Planète Chocolat's chocolate delivery service to Iceland.