Chocolate & Cocktails

Mother's day Competition

Chocolate & Cocktails

What better combination when celebrating the annual event of Mother’s Day on March 26th.

Women Talking would like to offer this exclusive prize consisting of the R Chocolate London 16 piece Ganache Chocolate Assortment and Tipplesworth Dark Chocolate Martini Mini Cocktail Kit.

R Chocolate London is a beautifully indulgent chocolatier & Patisserie based in Belgravia & Richmond upon Thames. Using traditional methods of producing handmade chocolates. Ranging from boxes filled with Truffles and Caramels to Chocolate Bars, Cinder Toffee, Chocolate Palmiers, Florentine & Shortbreads. There is an endless choice of sweet treats to create a truly unforgettable experience.

Tipplesworth stands for better cocktails, served in style. Brought to you by Lady Tipplesworth and her team of tipplers, who have created an exciting range of cocktail cases and kits to bring out your inner tippler! The Dark Chocolate Martini Mini Cocktail Kit is a delightfully decadent cocktail treat with its smooth chocolate and cherry splendour. Chocolate lovers rejoice by mixing Herefordshire-distilled Potato Vodka, Creme de Cacao Liqueur and black cherry infused Kirsch


Women Talking is pleased to be able to offer one lucky subscriber the chance to win this fantastic duo.

For your chance to win simply answer the following question:

What organic and wild chocolate beans do R Chocolate London use in all their recipes?

For help click here

To win simply login to the Women Talking site and send your answer to ensuring you place the word Mothers Day in the subject header and also include your unique Women Talking username with the submission.

This competition is only open to Women Talking subscribers and any entry without a valid username will not be accepted.

This competition has now closed.

R Chocolate London would like to keep all entrants informed of their products and future releases but if you would rather not have your details added to their database then simply add the words NO THANK YOU at the base of your email submission.

Poppy Watt