Have you given your bosses at work Valentine’s Day chocolates or other sweets?
To begin with, when handing out Valentine’s Day candy, were there any bosses or co-workers around you at work who said they didn’t like “chocolate”?
If there are such people, I try to give them something that is not chocolate. Also, people are working remotely after the Corona craze ended, and there are fewer opportunities to meet people in the first place, which has led to the recent “shift away from chocolate.
If you live a life where you don’t see people, you don’t need to give Valentine’s Day sweets in the first place. But it would be nice to receive them.
- What kind of things should I give to people at work?
- Cute package design for Valentine’s Day only
What kind of things should I give to people at work?
What would you recommend as a gift for someone who doesn’t like chocolate?
By the way, what would you recommend as a gift for someone who doesn’t like chocolate?
- Rice cracker
It’s really a lot of things.
Well, with Valentine’s Day products, most of them are “chocolate,” which makes it difficult to choose a gift for someone who doesn’t like chocolate because there are few varieties and not many affordable prices.
Indeed, most Valentine’s Day products are chocolate. It’s also a good chance to get to know products you normally wouldn’t try to buy other than chocolate. If it tastes good, I will repeat it.
What is an affordable price to give to someone at work?
This time, we will be looking at the gifts that younger staff members give to their bosses at work.
To avoid burdening the recipient with a White Day gift, etc., we choose products that cost around 500 yen.
When I handed out Valentine’s Day gifts and people were pleased with them, I was happy to know that they liked what I had taken the time to select for them.
Branded chocolate or commercial chocolate?
I choose brand-name chocolate because most commercial chocolate is too chocolatey because it is hard, and because it has the same texture as other products and does not feel premium.
Since I buy them for myself, I prefer cute package designs.
If the design is cute, both the recipient and the giver will be able to enjoy the cuteness of the package.
Cute package design for Valentine’s Day only
What is the name of the maker of the chocolate with cute design… What price would be appreciated?
I know some of you may be wondering, so I’ll introduce my recommendation for a Valentine’s Day gift that can be given to a boss at work who doesn’t like chocolate.
|trade (brand) name||Price|
|Truffle Cake 2 pieces||594 yen|
|Diamant 9 sheets||540 yen|
This product features two different flavors of truffles, “chocolate and berry,” for Valentine’s Day only, making it the perfect Valentine’s Day gift! The price is expensive at 594 yen, but even those who do not like chocolate can enjoy the wonderful taste of very rich chocolate and truffles inside.
This product has been awarded the Gold Medal in the World Food Contest, Monde Selection 2022 for 25 consecutive years.
Glad I got to try one!
Cookies made with “Honwakatou” made only from raw sugar from sugarcane grown in Okinawa
Cookies using “Honwakatou” made only from raw sugar of sugarcane grown in Okinawa Prefecture.
(Matcha almond, almond, chocolate almond)
This product features a special Valentine’s Day “cute ribbon” design, perfect for a Valentine’s Day gift! Priced at 540 yen, it is just the right price for a gift for the workplace. Even those who do not like chocolate enjoyed the mildly sweet and crispy taste of these almond-based cookies.
Department store brand cookies are also wonderful.
The ribbon is cute and I love the design.
PRESS BUTTER SAND
Butter Sandwich (Strawberry Chocolat, Orangette)
It was a confection that you don’t usually see. I was told that it is a French chocolate candy.
|trade (brand) name||Price|
|Butter Sandwich (Strawberry Chocolat) 3pcs||810 yen|
|Butter Sandwich (Strawberry Chocolat) 5pcs||1,296 yen|
|Butter Sandwich (Orangette) 3pcs||972 yen|
|Butter Sandwich (Orangette) 5 pieces||1,620 yen|
This product is available in two butter sandwich flavors, strawberry and orange, for Valentine’s Day only. These sweets are often not sold commercially, are sold exclusively in urban areas, and are a Valentine’s gift that is hard to share with others, so for those who want to give something different, this is for you! Strawberry 5-packs are 1,296 yen; 3-packs are 810 yen. The orange 5-pack is 1,620 yen and the 3-pack is 972 yen, a little more expensive than the strawberry one. Even if you are not a fan of chocolate, you can enjoy two different tastes as the top is a fruit sandwich and the bottom is a chocolate sandwich.
When you open the bag, this is what it looks like!
It is a good snack for a small souvenir.
I liked the combination of strawberry and orange on top and chocolate sandwich on the bottom.
Retro Circle Box
(Hitokuchi Keicho Soy Sauce, – Small square Nori Cheese, – Hitokuchi Nori Roll, – Furunohata Almond, – Mini Flower Aonori Nori, – Mini Heart Chili Pepper).
|trade (brand) name||Price|
|Retro Circle Box||1,620 yen|
This product features a very cute but limited edition Valentine’s Day bag with a “retro” pattern, perfect for a Valentine’s Day gift! Although the price is expensive at 1,620 yen, each one comes in a small bag, making it a good little gift. Since they are rice crackers, they can be given even to those who do not like chocolate.
The bite-sized rice crackers were delicious. The bags were also very cute, each one in a retro pattern.
Have you found any recommended sweets that you would like to give or buy for Valentine’s Day? I think you will be very happy if you give them a Valentine’s gift.
There are so many products that I don’t know about yet and I want to know more about them. They are all very cute products and I would like to try to purchase them from the Internet.
If you are interested in buying the same products, please check out some of them available on the Internet. Please use this as a reference in your search for the very best “Valentine’s Day chocolate” or “self chocolate” for your loved ones.
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