The best chocolates to buy for Valentine's Day 2018

From budget chocolates to luxury truffles, go traditional this Valentine's Day and woo your sweetheart with a truly memorable box of choccies.

Godiva chocolate box in heart shape on white background

Godiva Luxury Valentine's Day heart chocolates
Just because the box is heart-shaped, don't be fooled into thinking this is just another assemblage of gimmicky Valentine's chocolates; Godiva's luxury selection contains limited edition flavours of milk, dark and white chocolates filled with either strawberry & lemon, pistachio praline, or our personal favourite – caramel orange. You'll just have to hope your Valentine is a sharer... Available from Godiva (£24)

Hotel Chocolat mixed chocolate slab on white background
Hotel Chocolat 'So Good Together' chocolate bar
Here's a chocolate bar made for two from the thoughtful bunch at Hotel Chocolat. The giver should be guaranteed a bite of this generous slab that combines caramel and milk chocolate with a sweet strawberry heart. Ideal if you're planning a night in and need the ultimate movie snack. Available from Hotel Chocolat (£7.50)

Purple truffle closed box on white background
Booja Booja dairy-free truffle selection
If your vegan sweetheart has yet to try Booja Booja's organic free-from truffles, they're in for a treat. Each one melts in the mouth and this particular selection box offers some of their best varieties; rhubarb & vanilla fool, hazelnut, stem ginger and almond & sea salted caramel. Plus, they come in a beautifully bright violet box. Available from Ocado (£13.50).

Brightly coloured small truffle box on white backgroundJenny Wren Original Collection Belgian chocolates
If you're looking for the cute factor, this quaint box of delicious Belgian chocolates folds out like a jewellery box to reveal a selection of 12 assorted truffles in a range of flavours from raspberry chocolate to white mocha – there's bound to be one (or more) that your Valentine will adore. Available from Sainsbury's (£8)

Fuscia heart-shaped chocolate box on white backgroundPrestat Heart assortment
From one of nation's oldest chocolatiers, this regal-looking chocolate and truffle collection is as pleasing to eat as each confection is to look at. If you know your Valentine enjoys a touch of luxury and styling, you can't go wrong with this box. In it, they'll find plenty of fruit and caramel centres to savour. Available from Prestat (£19.50)

Colourful selection of heart-shaped chocolates in black round boxPierre Marcolini – Les Coeurs
Prepare your Valentine for a feast of chocolate with 18 of Pierre's tastiest flavours; the Les Coeurs collection has sent chocolate lovers into a frenzy with, in particular, the coeur framboise – or raspberry heart. This special gift box also features brand-new taste sensations including lemon, passion fruit, pistachio, nougat and salted caramel, and it all comes beautifully wrapped in Pierre Marcolini's signature black-and-red packaging. Available from Selfridges (£19). 

More Valentine's Day inspiration...

We've rounded up our favourite foodie Valentine's Day gifts in our Valentine's Day gift guide. 

If your Valentine prefers a tipple to a truffle, see our favourite boozy gifts for Valentine's Day. 

Got the gift but need to execute the perfect romantic meal? See our guide to cooking the best last-minute Valentine's Day dinner

Which box of chocolates are you hoping for this Valentine's Day? Leave a comment below... 

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