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Top quality Belgian Chocolate made with
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Chocolate gift delivery to Lebanon

Chocolate Delivery to Lebanon 


  • Beirut
  • Tripoli
  • Sidon
  • Tyre
  • Nabatieh
  • Zahlé
  • Jounieh
  • Batroun
  • Habbouch
  • Baalbek
  • Aley
  • Shheem
  • Byblos
  • Habboûch
  • Djounie
  • En Nâqoûra
  • Jbaïl
  • Bcharré
48h express delivery

Express delivery with DHL chocolate delivery

1/ Order before 2 pm.
2/ Your package will be shipped the same day.
3/ Delivery within 48 hours.


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 Lebanon are €42.96 including taxes.









Before 2 PM Shipped on the same day Shipped Monday
After 2 PM Shipped the next day Shipped Monday


Delivering artisanal chocolate to Lebanon


Are you a Lebanese person who was seduced by the chocolate confections of Planète Chocolat during a visit to Brussels? Would you like to know how to order our products from Beirut, Tripoli, Sidon, Tyre or Nabatieh? The steps are simple: choose the box of chocolates or truffles that you want and use our delivery service, which will send your package the quickest way possible.


Somewhat low consumption

Lebanon is not a country that consumes a lot of chocolate. According to the country's customs agency, in 2014, Lebanon imported 18,200 tons of cocoa, part of which was processed in order to be exported throughout the Middle East, with 40% headed toward the Gulf countries. In the end, the average annual consumption is around 2.7 kg per capita. In terms of taste, chocolatiers have noted that children prefer more sweetness and less cocoa, while adults choose milk chocolate pralines. What's funny is that in East Beirut tastes are opposite: 75% of purchases are of dark chocolate, which has a more bitter flavor.


Belgian Pralines 

Chocolate mostly during major events

In Lebanon, people also prefer to consume chocolate in individually wrapped portions rather than bars. This fact is related to the means of consumption, since chocolate is not usually eaten except when it is given as a gift. The Easter season, for example, represents up to 10% of annual sales. Another seasonal peak takes place around Christmas for the holiday season. Weddings, religious holidays or graduations are some of the events where chocolate is an integral part of the festivities.


A Lebanese "Espoir Étranger" winner

In Maya Maalouf Kanaan Lebanon has an artisan-chocolatier who won the 2014 Espoir Étranger award from the Club des Croqueurs de Chocolat. She received the award at the Salon du Chocolat in Paris. Thanks to her chocolates with Lebanese flavors (fennel, marjoram, mastic, pink peppercorns, mint, arak), she is ranked among the top 22 best international chocolatiers.