• Haigh's says gift giving doesn't have to coincide with a calendar day. 
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    Haigh's says gift giving doesn't have to coincide with a calendar day. Image: Haighs
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Haigh’s Chocolates has released the Nouveau Gift Range, featuring the combination of chocolate with fruit flavours and nut centres, and including six new delectable chocolates.

New flavours include: 

• Milk Burnt Fig Chocolate Tablet 
• Dark Chocolate Almond and Apple Tablet 
• Milk Coconut Chocs 
• Milk Orange and Almond Crunch 
• Dark Bitter Orange Mousse 
• Milk Mango and Passionfruit Baton 

The new range also includes a selection of Haigh’s most popular chocolates showcased in premium tinware, hampers and gift boxes featuring a decorative geometric pattern in metallic gold, copper, rich plum and peacock blue.

Haigh's says gift giving doesn't have to coincide with a calendar day. 
Image: Haighs
Haigh's Cinema Mix gift tin. Image: Haighs

Haigh’s Chocolates chief executive, Alister Haigh said that gift giving didn’t always have to coincide with a calendar day.

“Whether it’s to celebrate a promotion, a kind gesture, thank-you, birthday or a treat yourself moment, there’s a gift in the range for any occasion,” Haigh said.

“The collectable tinware also means you can continue to enjoy your gift long after the chocolates are gone.”

The Haigh’s Chocolates Nouveau Gift Range is now available across Haigh’s stores in Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra and online.

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