Free chocolate gift delivery in Belgium
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 ?
The delivery costs to Belgium are for free.
Chocolate delivery in Belgium
Although we export to other countries, Belgium remains the focus of what we do. Our country and its history are the source of our inspiration. Our chocolates could not be made without the expertise that exists in our home nation. This is why we offer delivery throughout Belgium.
A nation rich in resources
Despite its small size, Belgium is a country rich in history, with a wealth of traditional, national products to its name. Beer and chocolate are of course at the top of list. Away from its gastronomic traditions, Belgium is also something of a cultural crossroads. It is the capital of comic strip culture, as well as being an essential tourist destination. Amongst the wonderful places to visit, one can cite Brussels, Belgium's capital and seat of the European Union; Bruges, with its medieval heritage; and Ghent, with its famous belfry.
Internationally recognised for its chocolate making
Just like Swiss chocolate, Belgian chocolate attracts its imitators. Indeed, Belgian chocolate's fineness and incomparable quality are widely recognised, delighting taste buds the world over. We invite you to discover the subtle qualities of the things we achieve using cocoa, or our chocolate products, for yourself by purchasing from our shop. That way, you'll be able to take your chocolate to enjoy while visiting the Atomium.
Belgian chocolate making expertise is world renowned. Furthermore, the invention of the praline is generally attributed to the Belgian chocolate industry. Their popularity has spread like wildfire and they now sell all around the world.
A large producer and a great consumer
Belgium is, and has historically been, one of the world's biggest producers of chocolate. Furthermore, the people of Belgium consume it in greater quantities than their neighbours (more than 10 kg a year per person). Locally produced chocolate is particularly popular in Belgium, as are chocolate spreads and chocolate bars. These forms account for the majority of the chocolate consumption by the Belgian population.