Chocolate Delivery to Montana
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 Montana are €17,90 including taxes.
Is delivery also possible on weekends or public holidays?
Unfortunately no, DHL only delivers from Monday to Friday between 08:00 - 18:00 and does not work during public holidays.
Chocolate in Montana!
While living in Helena, the capital of Montana, after a changing jobs, don’t you miss the taste of Belgian chocolate? Would you like to show this hidden treasure to your new colleagues? Is one of your friends celebrating their birthday in Billings, the biggest city in the state? Or maybe one of your childhood friends is getting married in Missoula! Not to worry - from Bozeman all the way to Kalispell, Planete Chocolat will do its part and send you amazing Belgian chocolate within 48 hours and will arrive to you in perfect condition!
Montana: Nature’s state
The word ‘Montana’ is derived from the word ‘mountain,’ bordered by the Rockies, the state’s nickname is the “Big Sky Country. It is so easy to be taken aback by this huge American territory, reflected by its prairies, valleys, lakes and rivers. Its nature is pervasive and has a sparse population, which puts Montana in 48th place of the 50 states in American in terms of population density. It is, however, the 4th biggest state in the United States. Bordered by three Canadian provinces, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming and Idaho, this state’s economy relies in great part on the agriculture of grains, wheat and sugar beets and on farming in its ranches. But its soils that are rich in petroleum and carbon resources as well as in gas and hard rocks (gold, silver and phosphates) involve mining ; which, in turn, involved transplanting a forest to improve and diversify it. It is also important to note that its tourism is becoming more and more developed, and is becoming a reliable source for income.
Realistically, Montana holds several natural parks which are definitely worth seeing! The Glacier National Park stretches over kilometres and kilometres of horseback riding and walking trails, mountain biking paths, waterfalls, streams and an abundance of rivers. Goats, elk and bears are known species in this area, and those who love nature can’t help but fall in love with the vast number of wild flowers that exist in this park.
Montana is now looking to make a part of Yellowstone National Park its own. This incredible park was created by volcanoes melding together, soaked by glaciers and moulded by water and wind. It is common to spot Grizzly bears, bison and wolves while taking a tour of the park’s paths, rivers and forests.
The wonders of Montana
The ‘Testy Festy’ is a pretty unique festival, which has been taking place in Clinton for more than 30 years now. ‘Testy’ like ‘Testicles.’ Well, at this festival, you can expect to find young bull’s fried testicles that are a delicacy in this part of the United States, but equally as popular as wild boar or prairie dog’s testes ; these are called Rocky Mountain oysters. This festival has a bunch of activities and competitions around this slightly odd delicacy which originated for the most part in Europe. Wapiti, bison and elk are great in number and live on the territory of Montana. It’s the reason why they are often prepared for food. And, sure enough, the elk burger is the most simple way to prepare that kind of meat. You can also expect to find it in the form of carpaccio, served with tomato and olive marmalade and it can be prepared many other ways as well. In terms of dessert, it is important to note that the myrtle, is one of the state’s symbols as well as specialities. They are pretty unique because of their size and more distinct taste.
Do my chocolates risk melting during the trip?
In order to guarantee a quality delivery service to Montana, we wrap your chocolate in a special isothermal package invented by cooling specialists if temperatures tend to be high. Your chocolate is sensitive to heat and fragile, therefore it is protected from impact and kept at a temperature under 20 degrees until it arrives at its destination. Thus, quality and taste are always guaranteed.