Luxury Belgian Chocolatier, GODIVA, has launched its latest bespoke assortment of premium chocolates across all boutiques and cafes across the UAE, just in time for the festive season. The new limited edition collection encompasses a colourful range of fine Belgian chocolates that are packaged and designed to capture the holiday spirit.
Manoj Loya, Managing Director – Middle East, North Africa & Turkey at Godiva Chocolatier said: “GODIVA has gained immense popularity for its unique offerings and personalised assortments for every occasion. Our customers and diners eagerly await the launches of new collections, especially during the festive season. We’re positive that our inspiring festive range will surprise and delight everyone who is gearing up to celebrate the holiday season.”
GODIVA’s festive 2016 collection also includes five new signature chocolates as part of the Buche de Noel – featuring festive flavours of Spiced Tea, Chocolate, Chestnut, Hazelnut and Coffee; the collection is a mélange of intense aromas that is presented in a beautifully decorated box.
Indulge in the invigorating Intense Dark Chocolate Log which is caramelized cocoa nibs in dreamy dark chocolate ganache with a touch of cocoa powder, covered in a dark chocolate shell and delicately adorned with milk chocolate. Or tuck into the Cème de Mocha which is a decadent smooth ganache with rich Colombian coffee and exquisite Belgian chocolate, in a dark chocolate shell laced with white chocolate ribbons.
GODIVA’s newest additions offer a selection of the luxury assortments that are ideal for indulgence, or for gifting near and dear ones too.
The designer, Dinara Mirtalipova, drew her muse from her very own birthplace, Uzbekistan, making folklore the inspiration behind this year’s exclusive collection, with the holiday tale The Nutcracker being the focal point of inspiration.
From exclusive assortments of chocolates, to decadent desserts, GODIVA has earned its reputation for being an inspirational and innovative chocolatier, and has won the hearts of millions around the world.