Lindt Bear Chocolate Gifts (Holiday Gift Guide Pick)


Lindt Bear logo

Lindt, exquisite Swiss chocolatiers since 1845, and makers of the finest dark, milk, white, and blended chocolate treats have introduced the Lindt Bear chocolate gifts collection just in time for the holidays!

Lindt Bear collection

And I needed to try it because it’s milk chocolate, my favorite!

So they sent me a pretty little Lindt Bear ($4.50)! He arrived all decked out in beautiful gold holiday foil.

Lindt chocolate bear

But of course, that didn’t last long! His head was missing within a matter of moments.

Lindt milk chocolate bear

And just as expected, it was a smooth, creamy and satisfyingly delicious chocolate. The kind that just melts in your mouth….amazing. Sized at 3.5 ounces, it’s the perfect size for a stocking stuffer!

Also part of the collection is this cute little Lindt Bear mini bear set ($4.50), and I think it would be super cute to put one at every place setting on the holiday table. :)

Lindt Bear mini 5-pk

The Lindt Bear and Friends set is another part of the collection. ($3.99) Five 1.7 ounce milk chocolate bears, each one dressed in its own unique holiday foil outfit.

Lindt Bear and Friends

Buy It! Lindt chocolates are available nationwide in stores.  For more information and locations, visit



Lindt is sharing holiday joy with one lucky reader who will receive a Lindt gift basket which contains a Lindt chocolate bear, a 5-pack of mini Lindt bears and a package of Lindt Bear & Friends. (After you enter here, head over to Thanks, Mail Carrier. She’s giving one away too!)

Lindt Bear prize pack
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Lindt sent a chocolate bear from the new collection for me to sample. All opinions expressed in this post belong completely to me.


  1. Erin R says

    well, my bear went through a bit of an identity crisis growing up. I got him when I was 3 and named him (yes him) Kristin. Then when I got older I changed his name to Elizabeth. When I was in middle school I decided that he needed a more fitting name, so he became Bear. I still have him today, almost 30 years later (missing eyes and all!)

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