Secret Santa Notes


If you could, please keep your notes to approximately 100 to 150 words.   They are much longer when handwritten and it’s just a teeny note.  If you take a 4 x 11 sheet of paper and handwrite it yourself, you’ll have an idea of how much one can fit in.  Thanks!

Hey Parents….Can you keep a secret?

WantIMG_1699 an ingenious way to keep the Christmas magic going for another year?  COCO makes special chocolate Santas that contain a note from the big guy himself!

Well…really, mum or dad compose the letter, then we write it out (printed, so the child can read it themselves) sprinkle on some gold dust and wrap it up and seal it inside of one of our Santas.  Kids are pretty smart, so the only markings on the packaging is a tag with the child’s name on it, because Santa doesn’t shop at COCO – he’s at the North Pole, silly.


Some of our customer comments from years past :

“My daughters loved the chocolate Santas, that Santa left with a note inside. They are 10 and 12 years old, and for some reason have started to doubt Santa’s existence! My 10 year old just told me last week that she knows that Santa is real, because I’m not smart enough to get a note inside a chocolate Santa! Out of the mouths of babes!!”
“My 20 yr old son kept the message that was tucked into Santa’s belly. He did not say a word but put it in his memory box. I was touched when I realized that he treasured the letter that I wrote and had delivered this way. I love the idea.”
“My 4-year-old daughter – and 80-year-old mother-in-law – were thrilled with their Santa chocolates. We all loved the personalized messages – a great idea!”
“The chocolates were lovely and received by ‘oohs and aahs’ by my 3 and 6 year old. They’re a wonderful way of perpetuating the magic of Santa!” 

If you’d like to order a Santa Note, please email us or drop in with your order, with the composed letter, by December 10.

Classic Santa – $20 with Santa Note, available in Milk or Dark Chocolate

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