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Christmas is the perfect time for showing loved ones that you care. Whether you are shopping for that special someone or finding stocking fillers for yourself, bring the magic home with the Lindt Christmas range. Expertly crafted by Lindt Master Chocolatiers with the finest tasting chocolate, there is happiness to be shared across the whole family this festive season.

The Lindt Teddy is a classic family favourite from the iconic Lindt Christmas range. Lovingly crafted with the finest chocolate from Lindt Master Chocolatiers, they are the perfect gift for showing that special someone how much you care. Complete with festively fashionable winter coats, the Mr and Mrs Lindt Teddy 100g are the ultimate stocking filler for both children and adults alike.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Alternatively, pair the two together for the cutest of couples’ gifts. Why not spoil someone with a larger 200g Teddy, now available in Blue and Red Jumpers for 2019.

Available at all major retailers & chocolate.lindt.com 100g, RRP; €4.50, 200g, RRP; €6.00

The Lindt Santa is here to announce Christmas once again and if you are going the extra mile, delight a special someone with the ultimate indulgent gift, a Lindt Santa 1kg. This is a true symbol of chocolate artistry, the iconic Christmas must-have that is certain to make an impression under the tree.  Also available in 125g and 40g varieties.

Available at all major retailers & chocolate.lindt.com 125g, RRP €4.50

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Bring the magic of Santa’s journey home with the Lindt Gold Reindeer 100g; a cherished treat amongst chocolate lovers and Lindt fans that is guaranteed to raise the festive spirit.

Available at all major retailers & chocolate.lindt.com 100g, RRP €4.50

Lindor Gold Selection Box 500g – 2019 Version

Selection boxes are not just for the kids this Christmas. Spoil yourself or a loved one with the LINDOR Assorted Selection Boxes 500g. The Gold variety contains a mixture of LINDOR bars and truffles containing Milk, Orange, Hazelnut and White chocolate flavours, whilst the Silver variety includes Milk & White and Coconut flavours. A truly indulgent gift for LINDOR lovers.   

Gold version available at most major retailers; Silver version exclusively in Tesco and Lindt retail stores, RRP: €15.00

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The Lindor Cracker 100g is the perfect stocking filler for LINDOR lovers. Why not use them as table settings for the big day itself, or as a surprise gift for colleagues? These individually wrapped delights boast a satisfyingly smooth-melting chocolate filling with a delicious Lindt milk chocolate shell.

Available at most major retailers and chocolate.lindt.com RRP:  €3.50

Melt into a moment of bliss this Christmas with LINDOR Milk and White chocolate truffles.  Made with the finest Lindt milk chocolate and an irresistibly smooth melting white centre.

Available at Tesco & chocolate.lindt.com 200g, RRP: €6.99

The iconic LINDOR Maxi Ball is an impressive gift and will be sure to put a smile on the face of any chocolate lover. The ball opens to become a bowl containing approximately 44 individual milk chocolate truffles.

Available at all major retailers & chocolate.lindt.com, 550g, RRP: €19.00

Take a break from the Christmas madness and sit back and enjoy a Lindt Snowflake.

Available at all major retailers & chocolate.lindt.com 20g, RRP €0.95

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Our chocolate dreams have come true. Lindt have finally opened their very own Irish store and we cannot wait to visit.

The Swiss choclatier has officially opened the doors of their Kildare Village store, much to the delight of shoppers.

Queues formed from early morning with visitors travelling from counties far and wide to get the first glimpse of the store.

The pop up-shop which will run for a limited time, offers an array of premium confectionery favourites from Lindt including assorted bars, sharing boxes and beautifully packaged gifts.

We cannot wait to pop in and create our own personalised box of Lindt chocolates (a gift for ourselves, obviously.)

Lindt-lovers are in for a real treat as the store also features a designated Pick and Mix area including a selection of exclusive and limited-edition flavours as well as all of the classic Lindt favourites, allowing guests to create their own personalised box or bag of Lindt chocolates.

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If anyone is looking for us we'll be in the Lindt store in Kildare Village, surrounded by chocolate wrappers and living our best lives.

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You can’t deny the Christmas spirit is creeping in. One of the best things about the holidays is the heavenly amounts of sweet treats in stores. 

We’ve already had to stop ourselves from buying selection boxes with the weekly shop.

However, this new addition to the Lindt collection is going to be impossible to say no to.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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In honour of the festive period, Lindt are releasing a limited edition chocolate and it just sounds too good to be true.

They’re launching a milk chocolate Lindor with a white chocolate truffle centre. If anyone needs us we’ll be drooling for the foreseeable future.

The product description reads, ‘This Christmas, indulge in Lindor Milk with White truffles – delicious Lindt milk chocolate enrobing delectably smooth white centres. Perfect for sharing, entertaining and gift giving.’

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We honestly can’t see ourselves sharing a box of these with anyone, sorry.

Christmas is all about indulging and treating yourself to the finer things in life so we’ll certainly be ordering a box or two (or ten) of these new Lindor goodies ahead of the Christmas break.

They are currently available in Tesco so be fast. There’s no doubt they’ll be sold out in a blink of an eye.

 

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Yes, say what you want about kindness and decency and all that, but we still maintain that chocolate is NOT for sharing. 

Especially Easter chocolate, which is why we're very pleased indeed with Lindt's latest offering.

If your Easter Sunday isn't complete without beheading (and be-footing) a Lindt bunny, then be sure to safeguard your stash this year by having it personalised.

Starting from today, March 7, Brown Thomas is offering a personalisation service with the purchase of all 200g Lindt bunnies (€6).

The name or word of your choice will be printed in Lindt's signature gold font on the bunny's red ribbon. Adorable.

You can keep it above board, like Glenda and Elisha, or you can write something more to-the-point like GET YOUR DIRTY HANDS OFF THIS, YOU SOULLESS THIEF.*

Find out more – and purchase your personalised bunny – on the Living Floor, Level 3, Brown Thomas Dublin. 

*You probably can't write that.

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You might think it's all fun and games when it comes to sweets and candy; but apparently not so.

There's been a long-running legal battle between Haribo and Lindt Chocolate —and you won't believe why. 

Back in 2012, the gummy bear company decided that the Swiss chocolatier's famous gold-foil chocolate bears too closely resembled its cartoon mascot.

But this week, a federal court judge finally settled the debate.  

"Lindt's sales of bear-shaped chocolates wrapped in a golden foil with a red ribbon is neither a violation of Haribo's 'Gold Bear' trademark nor an illegal imitation of the fruit gum products." 

And Lindt wins!

According to Agence France-Passe, the main argument for Lindt was that the chocolate bears were inspired by another of its successful sellers, the famous gold-foil bunny offered at Easter that also dons a red ribbon around its necks.

The gold bunny was first created in 1952. In comparison, the first batch of Haribo Gold Bears was produced in 1967. 

A German court originally ruled in favour of Haribo before an appeals court countered that verdict by siding with Lindt and stating that the chocolate bears could not be mistaken for Haribo's sweets.

To reach a final verdict, the case was taken to the Federal Court of Justice where Lindt was the ultimate victor.

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