Most romantic chocolate: Russell Stover heart-shaped boxes or Lindt truffles? | The Tylt
Most romantic chocolate: Russell Stover heart-shaped boxes or Lindt truffles?
Russell Stover is the classic, go-to chocolate for Valentine's Day. The heart-shaped boxes line the walls of your local drug store, begging you to purchase one for your sweetheart or for yourself.
This brand maintains the nostalgia of a box of chocolates. You lift the heart-shaped lid to reveal a variety of beautiful, creamy candy staring back at you. The fact that you paid less than $10 for the entire array just makes the chocolate that much sweeter.
Insider's Lisa Kaminski reviewed a number of Valentine's Day chocolates and declared Russell Stover to be the best bang for your buck. These chocolates may be cheap, but they certainly don't skimp on the quality:
When we dove into this box, we all found the chocolate to be exceptionally smooth. Many testers remarked on the depth and quality of the dark chocolates especially, so fans of rich dark chocolate, this box is for you!
Overall, though, if you're looking for a solid box of chocolates on Valentine's Day and don't have a lot of dough to spare, Russell Stover is an excellent option that all chocolate lovers can appreciate.
Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, next Tuesday–it doesn't matter what day of the year it is, Lindt is always the superior chocolate. Based in Switzerland, you can trust this brand to bring you that fancy-Swiss-chocolate feeling to your corner drug store.
The truffles are the perfect combination of textures; a hard shell protects a sinful ganache center, making the experience of eating a Lindt truffle something you'll never forget.
A bag of Lindt truffles is a true gift. You can be thoughtful by picking out a flavor your partner would enjoy the most, whether that's classic milk chocolate or sea salt caramel. Just don't forget to buy a few for yourself–you'll be glad you did.