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Four lucky winners will receive a three-month craft chocolate subscription box from Cocoa Box, valued at $142.50. Each box features three delicious craft chocolate bars and origin stories of featured chocolates.

Get ready to be surprised and delighted for three months with a delicious selection of only the finest (bean-to-bar) craft chocolate  from Cocoa Box. Choose from an all dark or mixed subscription box!

Picture yourself after a busy day (or week) sitting back and relaxing on the couch tasting your new chocolates with a cup of tea or coffee.

“An unexpected delight is the best kind of all” – Oprah

With Cocoa Box, you can indulge in the worlds’ best chocolate delivered to your door every month. And with all chocolate bars made bean-to-bar & ethically sourced, you can feel good doing good.

We are in the middle of a global craft chocolate revolution, and Cocoa Box was created to celebrate and explore this delicious new world of craft chocolate. We hope to educate the community on craft chocolate and in the process support chocolate makers and cocoa farmers.

Want to know more about chocolate?

The Cocoa Box Blog, recently awarded “Top 50 Chocolate Blog” is the place for chocolate lovers who want to learn more about chocolate, specifically craft bean-to-bar chocolate. We’ll talk about the different types of chocolate, health benefits, how it’s made, its history, some fun facts and news about the growing craft chocolate industry in Australia.
For further information on Cocoa Box and their products, visit www.cocoabox.com.au, or check out the Cocoa Box news on Facebook and Instagram @cocoaboxau.

Please note this competition is open from 6 March 2020 until 2 April 2020 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Four winners will each gett a 3 months subscription (TOTAL RRP $570). 1st boxes will be sent after competition closes and on the first Monday of the month thereafter.

Winners for this competition

  1. C. BelliaVIC
  2. N. PlesNSW
  3. E. DowhalukNSW
  4. K. RyderNT
  • Mum baking a really yummy chocolate cake using a traditional recipe for my 7th birthday. Though she suffered from congenital heart condition, she was determined to make my birthday special. It was a bitter sweet memory for us all. Loved every bite of unforgettable memory with Mum!

  • I was four and I ate so much chocolate I ended up in the ED with severe stomach cramps!

  • Was 7 or 8?, a biggish Easter Egg had a fluffy ducky on top (almost as nice but not as good as the chocolate) – me tried to save some for “later on”, just as well was only once a years treats or could end up an adult chocoholic!

  • Easter eggs at my grandmas about 30 years ago

  • Defintely my grandfather, an old watch maker and diabetic that from a young age paid us every day to go to the corner shop to get a block of cadbury chocolate. He lasted till 92 so his self made machines to control his old sugar must have done something!

  • There’s a photo of me,
    When I was three!
    With Dad’s undies like a V string and chocolate on my face,
    The smile is just ace!

  • When I was ten I remember my mother coming home with this one of a kind chocolate bar that was made by my auntie (she worked at a chocolate shop for years). It was reminiscent of hazelnut, toffee and dark chocolate. The flavour has stuck with me since, my all time favourite.

  • Have to laugh Mum had a Chocolate Easter Egg the size of a football Jade foil covered sitting on her dressing table for months. We use to ask her everyday “When are you going to break that ” and share with us… I was four we cracked it one day months after Easter it was white speckled… deteriorated and yuck!

  • There’s a story of me as a one year old being given a huge chocolate egg my parents won in a dancing competition to play with, while they slept in the next day. When they came to get me out of the cot later they couldn’t find it and asked where it was. “I scoffed it!” I told them.

  • It was biting the ears off a Red Tulip elegant rabbit and I remember not being able to stop and ending up eating the whole thing. I remember trying to work out if I liked the thin bits of chocolate or the chunky base and ears.

  • Not my first but my best – toilet training my daughter who was rewarded with a small chocolate if she did no 2’s on the potty- the look of joy and excitement on her face with chocolate in hand is something I will never forget

  • I’m pretty sure I’ve loved chocolate since the day I was born, but my memory doesn’t go back that far!


  • An Easter egg hunt when I was 4 at my cousin’s house. I remember my cousins and I sitting on the balcony eating most of the chocolate eggs after a crazy and wild hunt.

  • My Pop sneaking me little pieces of chocolate. Mum would pretend she didn’t know and make a big deal about eating healthy, and Pop would just smile and give me a piece when her back was turned.

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