Passing on the Love at the Thorntons Liverpool One Store Relaunch

Food

I feel like Thorntons chocolate has always been a little bit of luxury, loved by everyone. It’s that feeling of being inside warm and dry on a rainy day, that contentment as you settle to watch a movie on a Saturday night in and that roaring fire and glass of red on a Friday night, delicious and comfortable all rolled into one.

We’re all familiar with the smooth and creamy taste of a Thorntons choc – whether you’re a Viennese Truffle lover or a Coffee Cream fiend or perhaps you love a good old toffee cased in milk chocolate. Whatever your poison, Thorntons is a fantastic way to show someone you care and so when Thorntons got in touch to ask if i could help them pass on the love with the opening of their newly refurbished Liverpool One store – who was i to say no?

Even just approaching from the outside, it’s clear to see how much of a massive improvement the new store is. Light and airy with tones of gold and cream, it’s interior coincides perfectly with Thorntons’ luxury demeanour – the one we all know and love.

Arriving into store, we were handed empty Thorntons bags and were told that although empty now, by the time we’d finished our new shop experience, they’ll be overflowing with goodies. First up, we made our way to The Craftery, a counter full of all of Thorntons best chocolates. The Craftery allows you to fill a box of chocolates with your own personal preferences. I chose six chocolates – some of which have always been a firm favourite Thorntons choice of mine (strawberry creams and pralines hiiii) and some new creations that i was itching to try (the Speculoos being one). I honestly think this is such a cool idea and whether you’re making a box for yourself (like me) or gifting it to someone else, you can make a box of chocolates full of favourites. The boxes are tied up with a gorgeous gold bow – just to give them that extra special touch.

As well as crafting our own chocolate box, we also created a chocolate block – a super nice idea which consisted of choosing five blocks of chocolate to sit together in a little box, which would then sit perfectly on a book shelf. The flavours again, were a mixture of new and old and amongst my choices were the fudge brownie, the eton mess and the pistachio – heaven. As well as creating chocolate blocks we were also treated to a good old Thorntons tradition – icing chocolate. I made an advent calendar with my name on (my first ever one!!) and a little heart iced to my boyfriend – because im cute like that.

After allllll of the chocolate fun (and an overflowing goodie bag) we headed to the cafe where Thorntons are now serving a delicious afternoon tea for just £12 per person. The sandwich and cake selection is served beautifully, with each cake representing a Thorntons chocolate. With the afternoon tea comes hot drinks – we sampled the salted caramel hot chocolate topped with cream and chocolate sprinkles and it was honestly the best hot chocolate I’ve ever tasted. This, with a baked in store brownie so gooey it was falling apart, is EXACTLY why you should head into the Thorntons cafe.

It’s safe to say we were well and truly spoiled as we made our way around the brand new Thorntons Liverpool One shop – from the beautiful interiors to the delicious food and of course, the amazing chocolate, I would definitely recommend popping in for a visit. If you’d like to pass on the love yourself and treat someone special to some gorgeous Thorntons chocolate (or treat yourself!) click here for some fab discounts and vouchers!

Until next time, Thorntons.

This was a paid partnership with Thorntons.

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