Must-Try Luxurious Chocolate Brands



Fine Godiva's chocolate defines Belgian. Godiva was founded in 1926 by master chocolatier Joseph Draps. You can indulge in famous truffles, sables, biscuits, pretzels, and chocolate-covered strawberries in white, milk, or dark chocolate.

Hotel Chocolate

Watford-based Hotel Chocolate started in 2004. The British chocolatier's curved huge slabs have reimagined chocolate. The company grows its own cocoa in Saint Lucia and uses less sugar and more cocoa than other chocolatiers, making it healthier!


Prestat in Piccadilly sells "posh" chocolates. Fuji white chocolate mixed with Yuzu and Japanese sake! Fuji white chocolate mixed with Yuzu and Japanese sake! Experiment Chocolate-dipped orange slices (£14.00). 

Lindt & Sprugli

vLindt chocolate, a family favourite, is saved for special occasions. These Lindor milk truffles are flawlessly spherical chocolate shells packed with a melt-in-your-mouth centre. Pralines, white chocolate truffles, and deep caramel and sea salt bars make up their luxury range.


Guylian, known for its chocolate seashells and sea horses, is another Belgian favourite. They are prepared with 100% pure cocoa butter with a hazelnut praline filling produced from caramelised and roasted hazelnuts. Guy Foubert's melt-in-your-mouth pralines are their specialty.


Artisan du Chocolate

In 2000, Irishman Gerard Coleman founded London's Artisan du Chocolat. Almond milk, black cardamom, and 100% chocolate are their luxury chocolate bars. Chocolate pearls are delicious. Glazed with edible pearlescent gold and silver dust (£27.99).


Montezuma's handcrafted luxury chocolates, founded in 2000 by Helen and Simon Pattison, are pure indulgence. Innovative chocolate production and whimsical packaging are the family chocolatiers' trademarks. 


Bettys and Taylors of Harrogate are known for their elegant Northern tea rooms. Civilized perfection is their luxury chocolate collections. From Lady Betty peppermint creams to chewy florentines and liqueur truffles.