Sweet Post – A Gift of Chocolate Straight to Your Door

It gives me great delight to introduce to you Sweet Post.  An Irish born company that likes to put a smile on people’s faces.  When I got given the opportunity to do a review for them I jumped at the chance.  The concept is simple, pick a card, pick a chocolate, add a message and address and it gets posted through your letterbox.

The first thing that came to mind when I found out about this was a memory from the Robots first week at home.  My work sent an Interflora package with flowers, teddy and box of chocolates.  The flowers went on the side and never got watered, the teddy still sits on the Robots shelf unloved, but the chocolates, they were the best bit!  Sleep deprived and emotional, the chocolates cheered me up when I was at a low.  The only problem was however I had to answer the door to receive it.

Sweet Post gets delivered straight through the letter box with no disturbances.  This would be a brilliant gift for a new Mum.  It certainly did put a smile on my face.  The packaging is unique to Sweet Post, it’s celtic art is beautiful and really shows off its Irish heritage.

A Cardboard envelope with Sweet Post - Makes people smile written on it

Sweet Posts website follows the brand theme well.  All the cards are designed by Inga the creator of Sweet Post and she puts a lot of time and care into getting it just right.  New cards are being added all the time.  There really are some beautiful cards with lovely verses for lots of different occasions.  I chose a generic chocolate one that fitted well with my mindset!

Open envelope with a chocolate bar. The card that goes with it is propped up against it.

Inside the packaging sits the Sweet Post chocolate bar secure in its own little hole. No damage here.  The Sweet Post wrapper contains a branded Butlers Irish Chocolate bar.

Open envelope with chocolate out of its sleeve. It's Butlers chocolate milk chocolate

As chocolate goes it hits the spot. It is what you expect it to be, chocolate!  I did share this with my Mum, she gave it the thumbs up too!

The unwrapped chocolate in all it's glory!

 

Overall I am very impressed with the packaging and presentation.  Customer service has been impeccable.  The price is fair for what you get, it feels a lot, but when you actually think about it, the gesture outways this.  After all it makes people smile!

There were a few days delay in the arrival of it from ordering but I blame my post man for being notoriously slow.

You can find Sweet Post at sweetpost.com and on Twitter  & Facebook .

Win your very own Sweet Post delivery

Now, on to my good news.  Inga at Sweet Post has agreed for me to do a giveaway for you.  Simply enter through the Rafflecopter link below:

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Competition ends on Sunday 22nd May. UK/Ireland entrants only.

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Disclosure: We received the above product for purposes of this review, however all opinions are my own.

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48 Comments

  1. Daniel Barr

    Great review. I found Sweetpost via Twitter under the #LongfordHour. I had no idea this existed and in the same town as me too. I entered this comp, so fingers crossed. 🙂

  2. I had an issue with the Sweetpost website when I tried to place an order, so I got in touch with Inga through Twitter. Not only did she sort out my issue, but she gave me a 20% discount to make up for the inconvenience (which was very minor). She’s a sweetie!

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