The Royal Family Loves These Chocolate Truffles and Now YOU Can Buy Them, Too

updated Feb 14, 2020
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Valentine’s Day is today, so it’s only right that you’d have chocolate on the brain. And you’re not alone — so does the British royal family. They’re making their love for chocolate known by awarding a favorite chocolate brand their “Royal Warrant of Appointment,” which is basically an acknowledgment of super cool brands the family loves and wants to recommend to others. 

As explained on the official website of the British royal family, the Royal Warrant of Appointment can be given to businesses that provide products to the family for at least five years or more. As of today, there are 816 Royal Warrant holders, and the types of businesses span across all areas. There are dry cleaners, technology companies, and food vendors, among others. 

After someone receives the award of a Royal Warrant, they’re able to use the Royal Arms on their products for at least five years. 

And one of these amazing businesses happens to be a chocolate company which makes delicious truffles the royal family cannot eat enough of. The Charbonnel et Walker Milk Chocolate Sea Salt Caramel Truffles are a major favorite, and because they are SO, SO good, it was natural they needed to come to the States for us Americans to try out, too.

Credit: Nordstrom

Luckily, we now can eat them! The Charbonnel et Walker Milk Chocolate Sea Salt Caramel Truffles Gift Box is at Nordstrom and it’s not super pricy at just $39.95. (I mean we’re talking about royal chocolates for under $50!) The box itself is pretty, too, so you can save it for use elsewhere in the future! 

These would be a great late Valentine’s Day gift for any chocolate lovers, caramel lovers, or lovers of the British royal family! Pair with coffee, wine (red, like a nice Cab would be perfect!), Champagne, tea, or even a tall glass of milk.