This small box of Guylian Seashells is 65g and contains six Guylian Belgian chocolates with soft praline centres.
I’ve talked before about the history of Guylian and their trademark sea shell shapes. So if you’re interested in exactly they’re shaped like shells, have a look at my Guylian Dark Orange review. Suffice to say, they don’t taste of fish.
The chocolate is a marbled mixture of milk and white chocolate. It’s creamy, velvety and delicious. The centres are creamy and soft with a slight nutty taste, but they don’t overpower the chocolate flavour.
The overall effect is a rather delicious, creamy Belgian chocolate. That said, they’re still not really the kind of chocolates I would buy for myself. They’re the kind of chocolate you give as a gift, rather than eat every day. In fact, I think I’ve only ever had these at Christmas. And even then they’re usually someone else’s that I’ve… er… borrowed.
Don’t get me wrong, Guylian Seashells are delicious… but for satisfying that every day chocolate craving, I’d rather have a Dark Orange bar.