More chocolate please! Sponsored video

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Hands up if you love chocolate! Well, who doesn’t love chocolate? Even though I am a wannabe fit girl – I work my ass of in the gym about four week days in the week and I try to eat healthy – I can’t say no to chocolate!

Chocolate is a guilty pleasure for many people so I say, more chocolate please!

Lucky for us Dutchies, there is a new chocolate brand coming to town! Godiva is a Belgian chocolatier brand selling premium Belgian chocolates, chocolate bars and pralines ever since 1926. Their first store outside of Belgian opened in 1958 in the heart of romantic Paris on the Rue Saint Honoré.

For over 90 years, the Godiva Chef Chocolatiers have been making the most amazing chocolate creations for Godiva boutiques in the whole world. And now they will finally be for sale in the Netherlands in the Albert Heijn!

Baci,
Saranda

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Treat yo’self with some delicious Godiva Masterpieces, Godiva Tablets or just go for a moment of pure luxury and indulge in a Godiva Giftbox with pralines!

Let me tel you, this chocolate looks absolutely delicious and I can not wait to see for myself how the masterpieces and the tablets taste… My first choices will definitely be the Godiva Masterpieces Caramel Lion and the Godiva Tablet extra creamy milk chocolate!

Who is going to run to the Albert Heijn right now?!
Me!
Godiva masterpieces chocolate
Disclaimer: This post has been sponsored by Godiva, but all opinions are my own: I truly love chocolate.

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