This Valentine's Day, if your sweetie is a chocolate lover, you can skip the jewelry, the extravagant gifts, the expensive dinners and the flowers and give them what they really want: some delectable quality chocolate. 

For a unique spin, why not skip the heart-shaped boxes and the strawberry cream filled truffles and go for the good stuff: Irish chocolate. 

From decadent Guinness chocolates to keepsake tins of delectable fudge, the IrishCentral shop has options aplenty. The following are our top picks, but be sure to check out the Food section of the IrishCentral shop for more great gift ideas.

Guinness Luxury Dark Chocolate Truffle Bar, $14.99 (2 bars)

The recipe for this creamy and luxurious dark chocolate bar includes a Guinness cream filling, making it an extra special treat. It also comes in caramel, dark chocolate, and milk chocolate varieties so you can mix and match. Who wouldn’t be swept off their feet by a stack of these tied together with a pretty ribbon?

Kate Kearney’s Dairy Cream Fudge Tin, $11.99

These tasty, fudgey morsels, made with real Irish dairy cream, come in a lovely keepsake tin that will be around far longer than the sweets it contains! If you like your fudge with a little kick to it, Kate Kearney also offers an Irish Whiskey variety

Baileys Irish Crème Truffle Twists, $18.99

For adults only! These gorgeously packaged chocolate truffles are stuffed with a delicious Baileys Irish Crème filling. Yum.

Guinness Luxury Fudge and Toffee, 2 per order for $15.99

Guinness isn’t just for drinking! A box of Guinness-infused Irish fudge or toffee will be a big hit with any Guinness enthusiast. With two boxes per order, this is also quite the deal.

Kate Kearney’s Milk Chocolate Caramels, 3 boxer per order for $16.99

Another sweet deal here! This chocolate caramel version of Kate Kearney’s traditional Irish candy is sure to go over a treat with your sweetheart.

Find more Valentine's Day Irish gift inspiration in the IrishCentral shop.

 

Because to a chocolate lover, nothing says "I love you" like some quality Irish chocolate. Kumar's Edit / Flickr