Friday, August 26, 2011

Review: Guylian Praline Sea Shells

These Guylian signature Sea Shell Chocolates are a real classic. They are made using only the finest, hand selected Mediterranean hazelnuts, which are roasted and caramelised to perfection before being blended with premium Belgian chocolate.

They make a fabulous gift, or simply an indulgent treat, so why not treat yourself to a box this Bank Holiday. I sat last night eating a few of these and I have been very good and saved the remainder for the weekend.

I always wondered where the name Guylian came from - this is a true story of love and chocolate which began in the 1950's with the marriage of Guy Foubert and Liliane, they joined their names to make the company name Guylian. Guy developed the signature hazelnut praline filling and Liliane designed the shining marbled look and the delicately sculptured shapes.

The Guylian Praline Sea Shells are available in a 250g box (RRP £3.99) from all good supermarkets.

Guylian have a wide range of chocolates so please visit their website and take a look at all of the tempting chocolates!

Thank you Ethna.


Suelle said...

Guylian seashells, or similar praline chocolates make a delicious topping for brownies:

Choclette said...

I do love the shapes of these shells and strangely enough, I quite like eating them too ;-) Interesting to hear how the name came about.

Gloria said...

I love these chocolates Maggie, we have here in some stores are absolutely beauty!!
Love shells! gloria

Debs @ DKC said...

Yum, my favourites.

Heavenly Housewife said...

They are a classic for a reason, they are so yummy :D. I love their shape and their really creamy texture.
HOpe you have a great weekend daaahling!
*kisses* HH

Lynn said...

Ah, my guilty secret.

The Caked Crusader said...

The sea shells are the best - I like the shell that tapers to a cone like point!