5 Best Chocolate Sympathy Baskets

Support those who are grieving by choosing from our selection of the best chocolate sympathy baskets we could find. 

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In Sympathy and Support - Chocolates and Snacks

Chocolates, cookies, popcorn and snacks fill this lovely willow basket which can be kept for ever. Finished with a white and gold ribbon. 

A delightful gift from 1800Baskets. Sympathy gifts also available international delivery. 

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Wine and Chocolates Gourmet Basket

This Ultimate Chocolate and Wine Basket is one of the most caring gifts you can give. 

The contents are high quality - including dark chocolates with Silky Cabernet and Pinot Noir wines. 

You can include a personal sympathy message when you order. 

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Sincere Sympathy Dipped Strawberries

You can order these in different quantities depending on how many mourners there are. 

A totally delicous gift that can't fail to please. Ideal for funeral gatherings too. 

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Peaceful Tidings Chocolate Basket

Stuffed with lots of quality chocolates and snacks this is a special basket from Gift Tree, adorned with a smart black 'With Sympathy' bow. 

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Chocolates with Wine Sympathy Basket

The perfect pairing of wine with chocolate for the ultimate in a comforting gift. 

Send anywhere in the US via 1800Baskets, or choose their international delivery option. 

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