Booja-Booja Announces The Wonderbox, and it’s Already on Our Christmas List

Favourite vegan truffle brand Booja-Booja has announced some new gift boxes just in time for Christmas, and they look immense

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First up is The Wonderbox, described by the brand as, ‘a tantalising selection box with all the bells, whistles and stardust one would expect from Booja-Booja.’

Priced at £17.49 for 230g, The Wonderbox contains 20 tasty chocolate truffles, featuring eight different flavours, all made with organic ingredients. It’s Booja-Booja’s widest selection yet, and it can now be found in the chiller cabinet. According to the brand, keeping the chocolates chilled means the delicate truffles are better cared for, although they should be allowed to sit at room temperature for up to 10 minutes before being enjoyed (read: devoured).

The delicious truffles are presented in a hinged gift box, which features Booja-Booja’s new packaging design that we announced a few weeks back. If you’re struggling with a gift to buy a vegan friend or family member, this is bound to be a hit!

Booja-Booja, which has won multiple awards for its chocolate and ice cream range, has also launched four new Twelve Truffle Boxes. Just what they say on the tin – or box – and priced at £8.49 for 138g, the boxes are available in four varieties: Truffle Selection Nº 3 – which includes the new Honeycomb Caramel and Toffee Strudel flavours, alongside Hazelnut Crunch and Almond Salted Caramel ­– Fine de Champagne, Almond Salted Caramel and Hazelnut Crunch.  The packs, which feature Booja-Booja’s iconic black box design with sparkles of gold, are the perfect size for Christmas stockings. It might only be September, but we’re counting down the days to unwrapping these beauties.

For those looking for an everyday treat, Booja-Booja’s new Honeycomb Caramel and Toffee Strudel flavours are also now available in six-packs, priced at £3.79.

Honeycomb Caramel is a smooth vanilla caramel chocolate truffle sprinkled with crunchy golden honeycomb, while Toffee Strudel combines cinnamon, apple and chewy toffee pieces, encased in a silky-smooth dark chocolate ganache. If you can’t wait until Christmas to try them, we think these would make the perfect Halloween treat (no tricks necessary).

All Booja-Booja truffles are vegan and gluten-free and contain no artificial additives. The new ranges will be available at independent health food stores, farm shops and delicatessens nationwide, including Planet Organic, Wholefoods UK and As Nature Intended. You can also pick them up at ocado.com

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