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No more waiting!!

These are a few of my favourite things…. many adults today would remember the anticipation felt when waiting for someone to come from abroad with a suitcase full of foreign chocolates.  One would be waiting months, lie awake late nights waiting for their relatives to arrive so that they can devour the lovely treats. Slowly. Nibble by nibble, one would try to stretch the pleasure of eating these drops of heaven. Children back then would often eat one or even half a day and try to prolong the ecstasy in order to relish every morsel of it. One would often catch children hiding these chocolates under their beds or deep inside their study tables so that their siblings, sometimes even parents would not find it!

Though we have always had home grown and domestic chocolates, their imported counterparts were considered superior in every aspect being considered. They were beautifully sculptured; the aroma was unique and mostly importantly tasted like nothing in the world (wonderful). It came in different shapes and sizes and with many unique flavours and fillings. The reason being the superior and alternate knowledge, methodology and the technology these chocolate makers possessed. 

Having said that, today we need not wait any longer to get our hands on such a bar as it can be ordered online at

Lotus chocolates use state-of-the-art machinery and supreme quality cocoa to produce their world renowned chocolate products. Now in fact there are many customers from abroad order large gift packs from Lotus Chocolates.

Order your gift hamper today, this Festival season, at and bring a smile to those you love. Happy Holidays!


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Posted by on December 7, 2012 in Uncategorized


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Chocolates: The best way to celebrate Festivals

It is finally here, after all the waiting, that time of year. That part of the year where we get some time off from study and work to spend with our loved ones and celebrate our favourite festivals. Members of all age groups look forward to this season as an excuse to make time to bond with family and friends. 

For us Indians, sweets are a – must for all auspicious and joyous occasions. Sweets are often even offered to the Gods and Goddesses in an attempt to please them. Giving out sweets is a gesture depicting peace and joy. Those who want to share their happiness with others, distribute sweets as gifts.

In the past, people used to give out nuts and sweets to each other in order to spread the happiness during festive seasons. Slowly and steadily, chocolates have found their way into these celebrations. It is most often seen making an appearance during Diwali and Christmas.

In between all the lights and loud cheer, one will always see children and adults a-like exchange gift hampers filled with sweets, mainly comprising of chocolates.

Nowadays you will also see many of the popular Diwali sweets such as cashew barfi, kajukatli, peda, and halwas all available in their own chocolate flavours. So much so, now celebrations seem almost incomplete without the presence of a box of chocolates. Can you even imagine a Christmas without Hot Chocolate and Chocolate Log cake?

This shows the present role chocolates play in our festivities and lives. Lotus Chocolate is in the business of spreading joy. They offer a wide range of gifting options for any occasion. To find out more log on to

Lotus chocolates provide hampers for all special occasions whether it be a birthday, anniversary or even if you want to just treat yourself during this holiday season! These chocolates always come with a guarantee of quality, consistency and taste. Book one today and spread the love!


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Posted by on October 25, 2012 in Uncategorized


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