Cadbury Heroes (£14.00), is a common chocolate selection box, although strictly speaking it's a round tin. In the past year, however, the tin has been replaced with a plastic box.
This selection box is a common Christmas gift that is one of many in my household during the festive period. Although the name states 'heroes', like most confectionery boxes, my family and I enjoy, and share this varied selection of Cadbury chocolate during times of celebration.
In the box of goodies are miniature versions of the most popular Cadbury treats. The usual box has a fudge, eclair, dairy milk caramel, twirl, dairy milk and creme eggs. This year however, there are a few new additions. Creme egg has been replaced with the twisted creme egg, and they have added mini Toblerone, too.
The new lid is a blessing because in my my household, all of the under six'a can get a little boisterous over the impending festive period, and have been known to knock a tin ot two, squish chocolate into the floor, and cause accidents.
It takes a little more gumption, however, to open this box because of the new click-in-place lid.
It seems like a simple modification, but I know this will make all the difference when my younger cousins come over to visit.
The chocolate box is a great gift, and too often have I bought one for a friend when I've ran out of gift ideas. I'm not sure if it's the foil wrapping or the air-tight container, but even a month after receiving a Heroes chocolate box I have enjoyed every single one of the chocolates, which remain fresh and edible.
This particular confectionary box (780g) is the largest of the Heroes range; smaller boxes (350g) start at £4.59.
Find a Heroes box in all major supermarkets, on Amazon, Ebay, and the Cadbury website.