Our Love of Chocolate
Creating a beautiful chocolate bouquet, that has become one of Australia's most desirable gifts is no easy task, with over 18 years of experience creating gourmet gifts and delicious chocolate bouquets, we wouldn't be able to do this without our amazing partners.
When we can, Edible Bloom's always endeavors to work with local Australian partners. As every bouquet is handmade, it is imperative that our most important ingredient chocolate is made from the finest ingredients and quality, to match the care taken with every arrangement.
Since the day we opened our doors and did our first online chocolate bouquet delivery, Edible Blooms have worked closely with Chocolatier not only in our bouquets but also in our gift boxes, hampers, and seasonal Easter gifts. Similar to Edible Blooms, Chocolatier Australia's story is all about one family’s passion for making fine chocolates locally, (Brothers David and John Grisold started Chocolatier Australia in 1985) which is still thriving in Melbourne.
Every year, we continue to make our bestselling chocolate flower bouquets, using a mix of milk chocolate hearts, and stars, that come in a range of colours to bring our bouquets to life. We also create seasonal gifts such as chocolate Christmas trees and Easter egg bouquets.
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Like every business, to stay present and diversify, we also use Lindt Chocolates, a globally recognised Swiss chocolatier that is well-loved for its high-quality chocolate products. Although Lindt is not an Australian brand, its chocolates have always melted the hearts of Australians. Lindt offers a wide range of chocolate that bring our bouquets and gift boxes to life. Our range includes their signature Lindor truffles, Swiss chocolate bars, pralines, and seasonal treats.
Known for its smooth, creamy texture and rich flavor, Lindt not only features all year round in our gifts, such as our best-selling chocolate roses bouquet but features in our gift boxes, combined with the wine of your choice.
We know our customers want variation both in flavour and visually, so we carry a broad range of Lindt including white chocolate, strawberry, milk, dark, and hazelnut.
Like any true partnership, Lindt also sees the unique qualities of our products, so we supply empty bouquets to Lindt in high seasonal times such as Mother's Day, Valentine's, and Christmas, so their customers can create their style of chocolate bouquet in-store - fun.
Our love of chocolate doesn't stop there, it extends to our whole range, including our chocolate-coated strawberries, dessert boxes, gift hampers, and gift boxes.
But we do know, without these amazing partnerships, the success Edible Blooms and our product range would not be the same. Having gathered a collection of business awards including the 2022 Canstar #1 Online Gift Delivery Company for Australia, Telstra Business of the Year for Australia and SA Business Woman of the Year. To the daily comments and reviews, we receive daily from people sharing their gratitude.
Fun fast facts about chocolate
Which of the following explorers is credited with being the first to bring chocolate back to Europe?
Legend has it that explorer Hernán Cortés brought chocolate to his homeland in 1528. Cortés was believed to have discovered chocolate during an expedition to the Americas. In search of gold and riches, he instead found a cup of cocoa given to him by the Aztec emperor.
Who is the largest chocolate manufacturer in the world?
The candy company Mars controls a 14.4 percent share of the global chocolate market, making it the largest chocolate company in the world
Which chocolate’s slogan is “You’re not you when you’re hungry”?
In its first full year, "You’re not you when you’re hungry" helped increase global sales of Snickers by 15.9% and grew market share in 56 of the 58 markets in which it ran—not bad for an 80-year-old, billion-dollar brand.
What kind of chocolate is said to be the healthiest?
Dark chocolate is a rich source of antioxidants and minerals, and it generally contains less sugar than milk chocolate. But I say eat what you like
Who is the world’s biggest producer of cocoa beans?
Cote d'Ivoire is the biggest producer of cocoa beans in the world, producing over 2 million tons.