We're in Argentina for Thanksgiving, where obviously the holiday isn't celebrated but it seemed like an opportune time to finally bring Sebastian down to meet Leo's extended family, particularly his 91-year old great-grandfather from whom he inherited his surname.
It's just about summer so the weather is gorgeous and we're surrounded by the most boisterous and affectionate family imaginable. It's customary to exchange little gifts (and lots of kisses), no matter what the occasion, so of course I was running around at the eleventh hour trying to figure out what regalitos to get everyone. Fortunately, I knew I could grab an arm full of "tyfkYv" target="_blank">Lindor Truffles at Duty Free for the impossible-to-buy-for uncles and unanticipated recipients.
I also like to keep "tyfkYv" target="_blank">Lindor on hand for the holidays. Chocolate truffles are a universally great gift because um, who in their right mind doesn't like to sink their teeth into chocolate ganache? "tyfkYv" target="_blank">Lindor's packaging is perfectly festive so I always buy extra for hostess gifts, stocking stuffers, and those unexpected guests. Oh, and maybe some for myself, wink.
Nothing tastes quite like the Lindor Truffle. Created only by Lindt’s Master Chocolatiers, it’s exquisite chocolate filled with a smooth chocolate center. When the irresistible center starts to melt...so will you. Smooth. Flowing. Luscious. Chocolate like no other.
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