Morse Toad Personalised Chocolate Review

img_8701Fathers day has not long passed us by and each year I really struggle with what to buy my dad as it is usually the same old things I buy him, beer, shirts or vouchers.

This year was different I came across a company called Morse Toad who create personalised messages out of chocolate, and be honest who doesn’t like chocolate for a gift?

I went on their website to see what I could get.  The selection of options was great, you had the choice of making your own message out of chocolate or a pre written option that you could select.  I choose a pre written one, that read “Happy Fathers Day, We Love You”

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Each letter of the word is on its own piece of chocolate, made from top-quality Belgian chocolate

It came carefully packaged in another box with warning labels on it, and to not be left in direct sunlight etc.

You can also add a personalised message on a card for free, which I didn’t bother with.

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When I gave it my dad on Sunday he looked a little puzzled as to what “Morse Toad” was but when he opened it, he was able to see and understand what it was.

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Here’s my dad looking pleased with his gift.

The prices I think are pretty good too, the price of mine was £14.00 with free delivery over orders of £7.50 and they are all letterbox friendly.

They cover all occasions and because you can make your own up you can send anything to anyone spelt out in chocolate, adding that extra personal touch.

If your order is made before 1pm it will be dispatched the same day.

PERSONALISED: 1 Row = £11, 2 Rows = £14, 3 Rows = £17 & 4 Rows = £19
STOCK ITEMS: 1 Row = £9.50, 2 Rows = £12.50, 3 Rows = £15.50 & 4 Rows = £17.50

I will definitely be ordering through Morse Toad again in the future, every part of the service was excellent from start to finish.

  • I was sent a £15 voucher code to spend on their website on a product of my choice.  However all words & opinions are my own.

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