Chocolate Cupcake Chocolate Bouquet



Chocolate Cupcake

Chocolate Cupcake – This sweet cupcake is filled with 20 Ferrero Rocher

Ferrero Rocher is the classic delicacy, and its timeless elegance makes it perfect for sharing during any party season. True connoisseurs will savour the delicious combination of a gentle roasted whole hazelnut and rich creamy centre, encased in a crisp wafer shell and covered in the finest Italian recipe chocolate and crunchy hazelnut pieces.

Chocolate Cupcake Cupcake comes gift wrapped in cellophane box with a matching bow.

Chocolate Cupcake Cupcake comes with a COMPLIMENTARY Gift Card.

Next day delivery available to most Sydney Metro and Central Coast areas.

Overnight delivery available to most Blue Mountains, Newcastle and Wollongong Areas.

*Discount applies for bulk orders. Please contact us for details.*

Additional information

Ferrero Ingredients

Milk chocolate (30%) (sugar, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, skim milk powder, anhydrous milkfat, emulsifier: lecithins (soy), flavouring: vanillin), Hazelnuts (28.5%), Sugar, Vegetable oil, Wheat flour, Whey powder, Fat-reduced cocoa powder, Emulsifier (lecithins): soy, Raising agent (sodium carbonate), Salt, Flavouring (vanillin).
Total cocoa solids: 16%, in milk chocolate: 42%.

Contains milk, hazelnuts, gluten, soy.

Ferrero only uses 100% sustainable and segregated certified palm oil.

Baci Ingredients

Sugar, hazelnuts (29%), cocoa mass, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, butterfat, emulsifier: sunflower lecithins, flavourings.

Lindor Lindts Information

Is there gluten or barley malt in Lindt chocolate?
Gluten can be found in several premium chocolate products that Lindt & Sprüngli produces; either as a cereal ingredient or as a barley component. For consumers who are sensitive to gluten, we do offer certain premium high cocoa content products that are manufactured without cereal or barley malt, which may be suitable for consumers with such dietary restrictions. These offerings include four bars from our EXCELLENCE line – 70%, 85%, 90% and 99%. Please always refer to a product’s packaging for definitive advice.

We are sensitive to the fact that there are consumers who are unable to enjoy all of our chocolate at this time, and we hope that in the future we will be able to extend more product offerings to accommodate our consumers with varying dietary requirements.

Are Lindt products nut allergen safe?
Unfortunately, no Lindt product is 100% guaranteed nut allergen safe. The "may contain tree nuts or peanuts" warning informs you that the product may contain minute traces of tree nuts or peanuts because they are produced on the same production lines. All Lindt manufacturing facilities process nut products, so there is a potential for cross contamination. Though Lindt incorporates the most thorough cleaning process, trace amounts may cross contact with other products within the factory. According to allergen experts, a simple nut protein trace can cause an allergic reaction and you should consult your physician for a consumption recommendation. Lindt is aware of the growing prevalence of restricted diets due to nut allergies, and we are sensitive to the fact that these consumers may not be able to enjoy our chocolate at this time.

Soy Lecithin in Lindt Products
Soy lecithin can be found in our regular dark chocolate products, as well as milk and white chocolate. The Excellence 85%, 90%, and 99% bars are our only products that do not contain soya lecithin. We have an allergen control program in place and adhere to strict Good Manufacturing Practices in order to reduce the risk of cross contamination. However, we do label all of our products with "may contain traces of soy" as a precaution for the most sensitive consumers.

Milk and Whey in Lindt Products
Lindt uses skim milk, whole milk powder, and other dairy ingredients in many of our chocolate products. While our white and milk chocolate products contain the most, our 70%, 85%, 90% and 99% bars do not have milk products in them. All Lindt manufacturing facilities process milk, dark, and white chocolate products. We have an allergen control program in place, and adhere to strict Good Manufacturing Practices in order to reduce the risk of cross contamination, however, we do label all of our chocolate products that do not contain milk as an ingredient with the statement "may contain traces of milk" as a precaution for those that are most sensitive to milk and whey.

Eggs or Poultry Ingredients in Lindt Products
Poultry is not used in any of Lindt products. While eggs can be an ingredient in some of our products, FDA regulations require that all egg and egg byproducts be listed out in the ingredient statement. Please always refer to the packaging for a definitive ingredient listing.

Do you sell sugar-free/reduced-sugar chocolate products?
Unfortunately, we do not make any sugar-free products. You may try the 85% bar which has 5g of sugar per serving, or the 70% bar which has 12g of sugar per serving. We also have a 99% cocoa bar, which is usually reserved for baking purposes. These products are available at our Lindt Chocolate Shops and on our website.

Are there flavanols in Lindt chocolate?
Lindt uses a high-quality manufacturing processes which maintains the highest level of flavanols and polyphenols possible. The higher the cocoa content of the chocolate, the higher the flavanol level. We do not publish proprietary information on the flavanol levels in our chocolate.

Are there trans fats or hydrogenated oils in Lindt chocolate?
Our LINDOR brand products do not contain any trans-fats, or hydrogenated oils. Some of our other products may. It always best to consult the specific nutritional labeling of the individual product you are interested in.

Does Lindt use hormones in their chocolate?
Lindt and our milk suppliers do not endorse or oppose the approval or use of BST on dairy cows. Legal approval of rBST, and the responsibility of safeguarding the American food supply is determined by the United States Food and Drug Administration following scientific evaluation. The agency had determined after a thorough review that rBST is safe and effective for dairy cows. In addition, the agency found there was no significant difference between milk from treated and untreated cows. Furthermore, there is currently no way to differentiate analytically between naturally occurring BST and recombinant rBST in milk, nor are there any measurable compositional differences between milk from cows that receive supplemental rBST and milk from cows that do not. As a result, Lindt cannot confirm or deny the presence of this in the raw material supply.

How much caffeine is in chocolate?
Caffeine is a natural compound derived from plant sources like kola nut and naturally found in substances like coffee and tea. However, very little caffeine is found in chocolate in comparison to the amount found in the other commonly consumed sources. Generally, 1 oz of Dark Chocolate contains about 20 mg of caffeine, 1 oz of Milk Chocolate contains about 6 mg of caffeine, and 1 oz of White Chocolate contains less than 2 mg of caffeine. By comparison, an average can of soda contains about 50 mg of caffeine and the average cup of coffee approximately 80 – 155 mg. The caffeine content will always vary, depending on the product and even in some cases depending on the specific cocoa bean and origin.

What is the cocoa content of Lindt chocolate?
Min. cocoa content Products
30% Milk chocolate truffles, milk chocolate based bars
43% Dark chocolate truffles, dark chocolate truffle bars
47% EXCELLENCE bars such as Intense Orange, Mint, Chili and Sea Salt
49% Surfin Bittersweet bar (also called semi-sweet)
60% Extra dark truffles (shell is 60%, filling is 35%)
70% EXCELLENCE 70% Bar
85% EXCELLENCE 85% Bar
90% EXCELLENCE 90% Bar
99% EXCELLENCE 99% Bar

What is the difference between bittersweet and semi-sweet, or edelbitter vs. zartbitter?
The terms bittersweet and semisweet are the same, as are zartbitter and edelbitter, which are synonyms for dark chocolate with a high content of cocoa. Zartbitter and edelbitter are expressions used mostly by Germans and Austrians to describe dark chocolate.

Corporate sustainability: Where do our cocoa beans come from?
Lindt cocoa beans are sourced from South American and Caribbean countries, and from Ghana. Lindt & Sprüngli cares about the origin of its raw and packaging materials. Traceability and verification is the key to its sourcing, and an important step towards eliminating the worst forms of child labor. Learn more >

Are Lindt products Kosher?
Some of Lindt USA's LINDOR truffles are now certified Kosher (dairy Kosher). Not all LINDOR truffle packaging is carrying the Kosher certification symbol yet, but as new packaging is designed, the Kosher symbol will be included. The Kosher flavors are:

• Caramel
• Caramel with Sea Salt Dark Chocolate
• Coconut
• Dark
• Dark Orange
• Extra Dark
• Hazelnut
• Milk
• Mint
• Peanut Butter
• Peppermint
• Raspberry
• Sea Salt
• Vanilla
• White
• White Peppermint
• Seasonal flavor (milk chocolate shell with white chocolate center): Snowman, Valentines, Spring and Halloween

The following flavors are not Kosher certified:

• Almond
• Cappuccino
• Citrus
• Coffee
• Irish Cream
• Strawberries & Cream

How should I store my chocolate?
If stored under proper conditions, our products will retain their freshness for many months. The most favorable storage temperature for our chocolate products is between 60° and 68° Fahrenheit, and this should be occurring in a cool dry place.

Some might call it a LINDOR ball – we call it a LINDOR truffle. Which wrapper colors go with which truffle flavors?
Medium purple Almond
Light/Dark brown Cappuccino
Bronze Caramel
Deep turquoise Caramel with Sea Salt Dark
Lime green Citrus
Light green Coconut
Dark Brown Coffee
Dark/Royal blue Dark chocolate (39% cocoa minimum)
Brown Hazelnut
Light purple Irish Cream
Red Milk chocolate
Green Mint
Orange Orange/Dark chocolate
Copper Peanut Butter
Hot pink Raspberry
Medium blue Sea Salt
Black 60% Extra Dark chocolate shell
Light/Sky blue Stracciatella
Pink Strawberries & Cream
Dark purple Vanilla
Yellow/Light Gold White Chocolate

6 reviews for Chocolate Cupcake Chocolate Bouquet

  1. 5 out of 5

    Karene Watts (verified owner)

    Many thanks to Nicole. She created a beautiful gift delivered on time. The receiver was delighted. We ordered online but we’re able to talk to Nicole directly, who offered extra help in our choice of product. Excellent service.

    • Delicious Buds (verified owner)

      Hi there, What a lovely review “Thank You”, We look forward to helping you again in the future. Regards Nicole

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lisa P (verified owner)

    Emailed with a few questions before ordering and these were replied to promptly. Ordered Ferrero Rocher cupcake for my fathers 80th birthday, he loved it. Delivery was on time. Would not hesitate to order again.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Debbie Walker (verified owner)

    thanks my friend got the chocolate cupcake she loved it so thankyou

  4. 4 out of 5


    Excellent personal customer service. A very positive experience. My daughter loved her Ferrero Rocher Cupcake. It was bigger than I thought and good value. Well presented gift! So easy and such a unique gift.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Shelley M

    The customer seevice of Delicious Buds is very personalised and my experience was fantastic. The chocs were well received by my partner 🙂 Definitely ordering more 🙂 🙂

  6. 5 out of 5

    Tony Jardine

    I ordered this display for my GP of 15 years as she was selected GP Supervisor of the Year. What a wonderful display; she was really touched.

    I couldn’t be more pleased with your terrific service and speedy delivery times.

    Keep up the good work !!

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