Without doubt the favourite chocolate brand of the Fifi Friendly kids is Cocoa Libre. So much so my daughter will now refuse regular chocolate if Cocoa Libre is put in front of her. Tastes awesome. Great chunky pieces. Dairy, wheat, nut and peanut free! What I love about Cocoa Libre on top of this is that their chocolates are branded perfectly for children and adults alike. Whether it be the chunky slabs or the cute animal characters, Cocoa Libre gets top marks.
|pic courtesy of Cocoa Libre.|
Sitting perfectly with our winter season the current Cocoa Libre Chocolate characters are the Penguins and Owls. I have been trying/devouring/enjoying/savouring/hiding away in my desk drawer so no-one can find them when I leave the room the Dark Mint Chocolate Owls, Solid Milk Chocolate Alternative Penguins and the Dark Mint Solid Chocolate Penguins. Truth be told, I can’t actually choose a favourite. I am now on my 12th chocolate and still trying to work that one out. I will of course continue to evaluate!
If you take yourselves back to the Rolo adverts of the 1980’s and 1990’s, you will recall being asked “if you loved anyone enough to give them your last Rolo?”. Well, apparently I love the kids enough to save them a couple. But the question is, does any of my family love me enough to ensure that I get mini stockpile of Cocoa Libre for Christmas. That would make me very happy.
I had to start writing this blog post when the kids were out of sight. They are like little truffle pigs as soon as they get a inkling that I am opening the Cocoa Libre packet. Luckily I have succeeded so far uninterrupted. Cocoa Libre dairy free chocolates are stocked in Holland & Barrett stores as well as a number of online retailers on top of their website www.cocoalibre.co.uk.