Guylian Sea Shells
A small box containing six finest Belgian chocolate sea shells. There is a larger box available but I’m both poor and cheap, a terrible combination, and so we’ll just go with this one.
This little 85g box has the regular sort of Guylian look to it. A white theme on a small cardboard box, and inside the box are, as I mentioned, six of the trademark Guylian sea shells.
The sea shells come in a small, black plastic tray. They come in different shapes and sizes, all different types of shells, from a conical shape to a larger, rounder shape. Lovely. The milk chocolate sea shells have, unsurprisingly, a 65% praline filling.
The shells are all nice, very nice in fact. They taste exactly how I expected them to, which is just like a Guylian bar, and just like the Guylian Opus chocolates I had before. So whilst these are nice, Guylian seem a little limited with their range, and while I have tried their dark chocolate bar before, they seem to do little else except for their Guylian Irish Creme. They’re obviously very talented so I’d like to see a little more from them.