the magic of Christmas
For the year-end holidays, Leonidas has prepared some enchanted moments for you.
For the year-end holidays, the shared moments are marked with magic thanks to Leonidas. The magic of Christmas has taken over our pralines and chocolates to offer you some flavourful emotions! Discover our world, which is as marvellous... as delicious.
In the run-up to the Christmas holidays, our collection of Christmas trees is expanding with an exquisite new flavour! Covered in top-quality chocolate, the king of the forests is more magical than ever. Let yourself be enchanted by these mouthfuls of shared happiness.
While awaiting the big day, Leonidas has planned several gourmet pleasures. The traditional Christmas balls are available in 6 delicious flavours and are accompanied by brand new chocolate gold coins.
Animals and figurines, Father Christmas and his sack of gifts, cute little marzipan and chocolate figurines... Our figurines and lollies will be adorned in their holiday garb! This holiday season, we are welcoming a new guest: a bear with 40% less sugar*, but still just as delicious, for young... and old!
*Compared to the traditional formula
What would Christmas be without chocolate? Choose one of our gift boxes or holiday ballotins and fill it with a top selection of chocolates. Whether you go for our great classics or fall for our holiday assortment, you will be sure to make eyes sparkle and mouths water!
Our Master Chocolatiers are obsessed with quality. They will only accept pure cocoa butter. That is why you won’t find a single drop of palm oil in our chocolate.
Leonidas wants you to enjoy moments of pure bliss. That is why our Master Chocolatiers only use chocolate made with 100% pure cocoa butter.
Leonidas chocolates are designed in Belgium. Our Master Chocolatiers use only the finest ingredients, handling them with loving care and with a respect for tradition.
Leonidas chooses sustainable cocoa to produce its pralines. When your aim is to create moments of happiness for everyone, what’s more normal than caring about nature and humankind?