Bouquets that Never Fade: Introducing BonBon Blooms™

Bouquets that Never Fade: Introducing BonBon Blooms™

Giving the gift of fresh flowers sure is thoughtful and kind, but what if you could combine that thoughtfulness with the decadence and indulgence of luxury chocolate, too? That’s what we had in mind when we created BonBon Blooms™ – a “bouquet” of fine chocolates, gathered together and artfully arranged in pretty vases and bases, to resemble the freshest bunch of blossoms. We think it’s more exciting than fruit and more enticing than flowers!

Here is our current offering of BonBon Blooms™ arrangements, just in time for Valentine’s Day.




The BonBon Blooms™ Chocolate Garden Bouquet is a collection of 20 luscious Lindor truffles by Lindt in three creamy chocolate flavors – raspberry, Irish Creme and milk chocolate vanilla. Arranged in a sparkly heart pot, the bouquet arrives just how it looks here, tightly packed in a box for perfect presentation!







Just like a bunch of long-stemmed red roses, the BonBon Blooms™ Sweetheart Bouquet is made up of a dozen milk chocolate truffles by Lindt. It arrives wrapped in pink and white paper with a red satin ribbon, displayed in a glossy white gift box. How romantic!









Want to add a even more luxury to your gift? The BonBon Blooms™ Rosé Romance gift is a collection of over 30 chocolate truffles by Lindor Lindt and Truffini. Artfully displayed in a stainless steel Champagne chiller, this bouquet arrives with a companion bottle of Chandon Brut Rosé, a pretty pink sparkling wine from California with intense ripe strawberry, juicy watermelon, and fresh red cherry fruit aromas and flavors.








Our most fun-loving bouquet of the collection, the BonBon Blooms™ Hearts Bursting bouquet is perfect to send to groups, like the office, break room or teacher’s lounge! Filled with 30 luscious Lindt chocolate truffles and two heart chocolate medallions, the pink and vibrant container makes the perfect gift for Valentine’s Day.









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