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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | January 19, 2022

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The Best Kind of Delivery: Chocolate.

The Best Kind of Delivery: Chocolate.
Anna Kenny

There is still time to get chocolate delivered to you and your loved ones this Easter.

While Easter this year will look different for many of us, let’s keep connected to our communities by sending each other decadent treats without leaving the safety of our homes.

Even if it’s a little last minute.



Here are three Brisbane-based chocolatiers that are playing Easter Bunny this year and are still able to deliver the goods straight to our doors:


Mayfield Chocolates

Serving chocoholics since 1993, Mayfield Chocolates is run by creative masterminds. Their fundamental philosophy is to use real Australian ingredients in imaginative ways with chocolate of the highest quality.

Think Queensland dark rum, Tasmanian leatherwood honey, and native macadamia nuts. Their recipes are original, and their chocolates make unique and special gifts – if they make it past you. They might be too good to gift. But don’t take our word for it, “the proof is in the eating”.

Check out their Easter gift box selections, and consider getting two because you’ll want to try them all. Easter delivery order deadline for Brisbane Metro is Wednesday 8 April (today!).



Dello Mano

Small family business, Dello Mano in Red Hill, is all about handcrafting luxury chocolate brownies.

Their signature Hot Cross Brownies are available once again. They are Luxury Classic Brownies dipped in rich Belgian Chocolate and finished with White Chocolate crosses. Their special Easter Brownie Eggs are back too, and Dello Mano, those beautiful souls, have made them available vegan and gluten-free.

They offer Australia-wide overnight delivery and same-day delivery to Brisbane if ordered before 11 am.




Amy Sargeantson Chocolate

At their new factory in Albion, the dynamic duo behind Amy Sargeantson Chocolate are passionate about making and refining chocolate products that suit Queenslanders. They steer toward classic Queenslander favourites, such as coconut rough, chocolate-coated freeze-dried strawberries, freshly roasted chocolate macadamia nuts, and anything that’s heavy on the rum.

Having made chocolate for local brands for years, they’ve adapted their new brand specifically to our climate. They’ve created an Easter range that stands up to our hot April. You’ll want to buy the quail eggs. They are made and hand-decorated late at night for next day deliveries. Their fresh cream and caramel centres are encased with a yellow honey and tempered cocoa butter glaze.

Amy offers free same-day home delivery in Brisbane (12km from CBD), and free next-day delivery Australia wide.




While we can’t gather with our friends and families, or escape on our cheeky weekend getaways, let’s focus on what we can do: eat chocolate, support local businesses and perhaps take time to think about Easter a little differently.


Image credits: Charisse Kenion, Brenda Godinez, Dello Mano, Amy Sargeantson Chocolate.