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Please feel free to contact us in the following ways or you can use the form below.

telephone: (029) 20631741
e-mail: info@hipohyfryd.co.uk
address: hipo hyfryd,
31 arthur street,
cf24 1qr

contact form

If you want us to reply to your comment/request please include your e-mail address or phone number within the contact form below. All personal details are optional and will be deleted from our records as soon as your message or question has been dealt with.

A fair amount of people ask me questions using this form but do not give or forget to give their email for me to reply. This will be a list of recent or regularly asked questions:

I was wondering if you allow anyone to buy directly from you as I live a few mins walking distance from you?

Yes, but as we do not always have a full stock of everything or are not always open to the public you must email me your order and a preferred pick up time and date (note: we will try and be there when you want but we may need to suggest a more appropriate time that would be suitable for both of us).

Do you offer a gift wrap service?

Thank you for your interest in our chocolates. As our company has a very strict environmental policy we keep our paper usage to an absolute minimum. But that being said my friends and I have wombling tendencies and have collected a nice selection of gorgeous wrapping paper that was destined for a landfill. So if you want to have your things wrapped tell me and I can do it for you.

Aren't your chocolates to expensive?

Let's be honest if you want cheap chocolate with their resulting mass produced cheap flavours then you are looking in the wrong place. I do believe very strongly though that our chocolates price is low for what you get. We make rich flavoured chocolates using high quality, and often organic, ingredients that I have spent years sourcing and experementing with. They are hand made and wrapped in predominetly eco-friendly packaging. Nothing about about these treats are cheap.

That being said though the chocolates are best eaten slowly and savoured, especially our white chocolate bars. Small bites that are left to melt in the mouth will release all the flavours that have been worked into each treat. Best to remember that the aftertaste to good chocolate can be just as wonderful as the initial bite into them.