#TrickorTreat! Grown-Up Gifts for Halloween

I am so excited! I just discovered a whole range of Halloween gifts from Whittard of Chelsea. They have a complete collection of spooky themed tea, coffee and hot chocolate gifts, and I need all of them! I only went on the website in search of their limited edition Peanut Butter Flavour Hot Chocolate, partly because it sounds nice, and partly because I love the packaging. I’m a sucker for anything that looks vaguely Gothic and ghostly.

About an hour later I was still drooling over all the other beautiful gifts. I absolutely love the Spooky Stump Hamper – and of course I really need a new teapot and some special glasses to compliment my growing hobby for trying new brews. I don’t have any tools for using loose leaf tea at home…

But then I discovered my absolute favourite, and far more affordable, Halloween gift: the Count Dracula Gift Box. Come on, what’s not to like? It comes with the hot chocolate that I have been craving, and two latte glasses that would be perfect for sharing with a friend on a cold, dull, Autumn afternoon. I do love this season of all things spooky!


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