You might have television or magazine subscriptions, but how about truly treating yourself with a chocolate subscription? Subscribe to a monthly chocolate delivery and you'll never run out of chocolate again.


There's a wide range of chocolate subscriptions on the market, from nostalgic classics and big brands such as Cadbury or Green & Black's, to luxurious truffle deliveries, small-batch bean-to-bar brands or quirky flavoured bars loaded with extras. A box of fresh truffles is perfect for bringing out at a dinner party, whilst the hampers loaded with a variety of chocolate treats will keep the cupboard stocked for whenever a sweet pick-me-up is needed. Whether you want to try a little bit of everything or treat yourself or someone you love, we've got the subscription for you.

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Best chocolate subscriptions at a glance

Best chocolate subscriptions to buy in 2023

Hotel Chocolat curated collection

Hotel Chocolat everything collated collection subscription

Best chocolate subscription for versatility

The £25 monthly Hotel Chocolat curated collection subscription supplies four to five Hotel Chocolat items for you to try every month. There are four subscription styles to choose from, depending on what chocolate you like: Mellow (milks, white and caramels; no alcohol), Dark and High Cacao, Tipsy (think mojito truffles) and Everything (if you're happy to have a mix). This makes it easy to rule out chocolates you know you won't like, and the wide Hotel Chocolat range means you won't get bored or have too many repeat items.

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Our Mellow box includes caramel-filled bunnies, classic truffles and interesting raspberry & white chocolate batons. We love the variety of items in each box, combining truffles, bars, snacks and nibbles. It's perfect for sharing or enjoying through the month. At a maximum of three-month subscription length, it's relatively low-commitment, making it easy to switch up styles, too. Read our full review of the Hotel Chocolat curated collection subscription here.

Available from:
Hotel Chocolat, £25.50 a month

Green & Black's chocolate club

Green and Black's chocolate subscription

Best for brand loyalists

Sometimes you just know what you like, and if Green & Black's is your brand of choice, the simple Green & Black's subscription is for you. Choose between four options – milk, dark, organic or a mixture – and receive two bars of Green & Black's each month. The subscription lasts for six months and costs £36.

This no-frills option means you'll never be overwhelmed by chocolate and are unlikely to get one you don't like. You'll always have a bar on standby ready for snapping off a square or baking with. Read our full review of the Green & Black's chocolate club here.

Available from:
Green & Blacks, £36 for 6 months

Cadbury bar post box subscription

Cadbury's subscription box filled with chocolate bars

Best for students and teenagers

For guaranteed nostalgia and milk chocolate sweetness, you can't beat Cadbury. The Cadbury chocolate subscription takes the fun of a Christmas selection box and delivers it to your door for six months for £66 total.

Each letterbox-friendly box contains 11 bars, including all the classics, from Freddo and Chomp, to Crunchie and Flake. They are cornershop favourites that mean you'll always have a sweet treat on standby – nothing unfamiliar or too grown-up. We think this would make a great gift for someone heading off to uni or a teenage chocoholic. Read our full review of the Cadbury chocolate subscription here.

Available from:
Cadbury Gifts Direct, £66 for 6 months

Chococo chocolate box subscription

Chococo chocolate subscription

Best for fresh chocolates

Dorset-based artisan chocolate makers Chococo offers a subscription for its fresh chocolate boxes. You can be restrained with a small box or indulge in the large 25-chocolate box (£25 a month). With every truffle intricately finished and a wide range of flavours, there's something for everyone in this beautiful box – use the illustrated guide to choose carefully.

Stand-outs for us include a Dorset cream tea truffle and sweet 'golden crunch gem' with caramelised white chocolate. All are made using fresh, local ingredients including jam and clotted cream. A box makes a perfect gift – if you can bring yourself to share! Read our full review of the Chococo subscription here.

Available from:
Chococo, from £18.50 a month

The Chocolate Society

Chocolate Society chocolate subscription

Best filled chocolates for sharing

A beautiful box of truffles arriving through your door is only ever going to brighten your day. The Chocolate Society subscription does exactly that, delivering 12 chocolates from £22.05 a month.

The stylish handmade chocolates are made using fresh ingredients (so don't save them for too long) and follow a loose theme each month. Our 'breakfast' theme gives us cornflake pralines and a fruity smoothie truffle. We particularly love that there are three each of the six different flavours, so there's no fighting over the best one. These are easy to share. Read our full review of The Chocolate Society monthly chocolate box here.

Available from:
The Chocolate Society, £30 a month

Coco Chemistry

Coco Chemistry chocolate subscription

Best compact chocolate subscription

Newly launched in Autumn 2023, The Origin Chocolate Club from Coco Chemistry introduces you to artisan, single-origin chocolate in compact form. Each month, you'll receive a box with a single-origin chocolate bar and bag of truffles, accompanied by a tasting card detailing the origins of the cocoa, tasting notes and suggested pairings.

In our first box from Coco Chemistry, the theme was Saõ Tomé chocolate – meaning we had a dark, 70% cocoa chocolate from Brazil. The intense bar has notes of deep roasted cocoa and red fruits. The truffles are sophisticated in flavour, with a rich and creamy centre.

In comparison to some of the other subscriptions we tried, this one is on the expensive side for the quantity of chocolate that you receive. However, it's great for learning more about chocolate styles, discovering which flavours you prefer and receiving a small treat of a delivery each month without being overwhelmed by sugar.

Available from:
Coco Chemistry (from £60 for 3 months)


Chocolarder April chocolate subscription

Best for bean-to-bar chocolate

Chocolarder is a small craft chocolate-maker based in Cornwall with strong ethical principles, including plastic-free packaging and slavery-free, fairly traded chocolate.

The Chocolarder subscription combines a generous box of 12 truffles (the flavour changes every month) with two of its bean-to-bar chocolate bars for the best of both worlds. You'll also have an opportunity to try some unusual flavours – our truffles are sea buckthorn, while the bars are sweet honeycomb and grown-up cinnamon cacao nib. The bars come with information about the source of the cacao beans for a chocolate experience you can feel good about. Read our full review of the Chocolarder subscription here.

Available from:
Chocolarder, £28 a month


BoroughBox chocolate subscription

Best for curated brands

If you can't choose just one brand, don't! The FodaBox chocolate subscription does the work for you, curating a monthly box from a different small chocolate brand for delivery to you. This means you won't get bored or have any repeats, with the bonus of discovering new chocolate brands and supporting varied producers. In our box, we receive three bars of Love Cocoa chocolate, including an earthy crushed coffee and sweet milk chocolate.

Handily, you can specify a desired delivery date, which is helpful if you're timing it for a gift. Read our full review of the BoroughBox letterbox chocolate subscription here.

Available from:
FodaBox, from £40 for 3 months

The Slabb

The Slabb chocolate subscription

Best for fun flavoured bars

There's no plain milk or dark at The Slabb. The Slabb chocolate subscription is all about fun flavour combinations, and delivers one or two bars a month (from £6.95 a month) with a promise to never repeat flavours. There's also an option to sign up for a vegan subscription.

Originally focused on boozy bars, the 'slabbs' now come in a huge variety of crowd-pleasing flavours loaded with mix-ins and elaborate decorations. Our favourite is the toffee crunch, with rice cereal, salted caramel and thick wedges of toffee crisp bars. This box is one for those with a sweet tooth – it's a fun gift. Read our full review of The Slabb chocolate subscription here.

Available from:
The Slabb, from £6.95


Boxes of chocolate from the Cocoba subscription box

Best for budget variety

Why choose between bars or truffles? Have a little bit of everything with this family-friendly chocolate delivery from Cocoba. The Cocoba chocolate collection box subscription (from £19.95 a month) doesn't take chocolate too seriously and is filled with easy to eat treats.

We receive five items, including two types of truffles, hot chocolate spoons, a mint bar and even some nougat for a break from all the chocolate. Read our full review of the Cocoba chocolate subscription here.

Available from:
Cocoba, £19.95 monthly


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