Chocoholics will love the Cadbury's Paddy Box.
Living abroad definitely has its perks, especially if you find yourself somewhere warm and sunny with a sandy beach nearby to make use of on your days off.
But, that being said, there are also certain downfalls that come with the territory - namely limited access to your favourite treats. Think teabags, Irish butter, cheddar cheese, Dairy Milk.
I bring more food than clothes with me when I go away, and that's just for a holiday... so you can only imagine how I'd cope without a ready supply of homegrown treats to munch on.
The Paddy Box has long been delighting ex-pats with their offerings, with past boxes featuring Tayto, Ballymaloe relish and even some festive mince pies but they've really hit the sweet spot with the new Cadbury's Paddy Box (pun very much intended).
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Very excited to announce....🥁 We have teamed up with @thepaddybox to create a limited edition Cadbury Paddy Box!!😍 This St Patrick's Day, send the #CadburyPaddyBox to your loved ones living abroad💚 Visit https://www.thepaddybox.com/the-cadbury-paddybox to order. #FromIrelandWithGrá #AGlassAndAHalf
The limited-edition box comes in honour of Paddy's Day, and each one is packed full of your fave chocolate bars. Featuring all of the Cadbury Dairy Milk 8-square range, inside you'll find:
- Dairy Milk classic
- Golden Crisp
- Mint Crisp
- Fruit & Nut
- Turkish Delight
That's the stuff of dreams. And for the best part, the Cadbury Paddy Box is completely FREE to order - just pay the €20 delivery charge.
Cadbury's will also be popping up in selected stores to give lucky customers the chance to build their own one-of-a-kind selection boxes, as well as surprising travellers at Dublin airport this Saturday.
Call into any of the following shops to avail:
- Cornelscourt March 13-15
- St. Stephen's Green March 16 and 17
- Junction 14 Mayfield March 16
- Terminal 2 Dublin Airport March 15 and 16
- Grafton Street March 16
- Westmorland Street March 16
Speaking of the new Paddy Box, Ria Rianti, Cadbury Ireland brand manager, said:
“Cadbury always aims to promote the spirit of generosity, so this is a great way to show family and friends that you are thinking of them on our National Holiday.”
Send this to your friends and fam abroad and you're bound to be very popular. Very popular indeed.