If the mere mention of chocolate causes your heart to flutter, isn’t it time you paid tribute to the greatest chocolate in the world. No, not that exorbitant Swiss stuff or the sickly clumps of glunge they serve at the ambassador’s residence. We’re talking about Cadburys, and more specifically the Chocolate Chunk Mug.
Resembling a whopping great block of original Dairy Milk, this high quality ceramic mug is the ideal gift for the chocoholic with everything. If it looks familiar that’s because it was originally released back in the Eighties. So in a way it’s double retro because Dairy Milk was first produced in 1905. Over a century of glass and a half goodness? What’s not to love?
We think these yummy looking vessels are destined to sell faster than you can bash out a Phil Collins drum lick dressed as a gorilla, so get ordering. Mmm….chocolate!
Microwave and dishwasher safe
Mug size – approximately 9cm (L) x 9cm (W) x 7cm (H)
Mug volume – approximately 250ml
Box – approximately 12.6cm (L) x 9.4cm (W) x 8.1cm (H)
Look nice to eat but not nice to drink out of! Rose, UK - 5th November 2011
Firebox says: It's perfectly comfortable Rose. Although the mug itself is square, the opening is curved and made to a similar size as a standard mug.
How old are these? I had one that was included with an easter egg some ten years ago, still to this day have it in my cupboard. Ben Poole, Great Barr, Birmingham - 13th March 2011
Even though I spend my monthly pocket money on firebox and end up getting a lecture from my parents for not 'spending wisely' blah blah blah... This will be my next purchase! Suzanna, Kent - 2nd February 2011
I've already got one of these from my local Charity shop a while ago, paid 50p for it, and I will admit had they wanted the £6. 99 for it that firebox are asking I would have paid it no problem they are great for not just yourself but also a great novelty present for any chocolate lovers you know. Peter, West Midlands - 2nd January 2011
Firebox says: Sounds like you got yourself a bargain there!
Just got received one of these for my brother and it's a lot smaller then you think but overall a good buy from Firebox. Martin, England - 29th November 2010
Is it edible if you boil it up to a high temperature and eat the melted chocolate. Hattie, Kent - 27th November 2010