I love personalised gifts but it’s often hard to find something lovely that is just that bit different. Also, when it’s comes to personalised gifts there is a fine line between a sentimental, beautiful gift and generic personalised tat. So step in Morse Toad with something I am sure everyone will love.
What is Morse Toad?
Morse Toad are a chocolate messaging service. Instead of sending just a card you can now send chocolate messages to anyone you like – and for literally any occasion. Morse Toad have a huge range of messages for different themes – birthdays, anniversaries, new baby, a valentines gift… Whatever reason you want to send someone a little note Morse Toad have the answer – in chocolate.
Can you personalise Morse Toad?
But if Morse Toad’s range of messages don’t have something that’s quite right for you and the recipient you have in mind then you can write a personalised message, up to 44 characters long, including words, letters, numbers and punctuation, that is just the message you are looking for.
The Morse Toad messages fit straight through your letterbox so there’s no need to worry about missed deliveries and come really well packages, arriving in perfect condition. The message is really clear and spaces are a solid plain chocolate block. My only slight niggle is I would love there to be more punctuation options as missing apostrophes do grate on me but it’s not the end of the world.
Each chocolate block is a good size – like an individual chocolate in a box of chocolates – and tastes lovely – if you’re expecting cheap advent calendar chocolate you’ll be disappointed! This is really nice milk chocolate that is far too easy to eat.
Morse Toad will now be top of my list when looking to send a friend a message – a little hello, thinking of you or get well soon. It’s such a different but lovely gift and something anyone will love. Plus, they even have Morse Toad wedding favours and a Morse Toad Advent Calendar too!
Disclosure: We were sent the above product for the purpose of this review however all opinions are my own.