Ditch the roses – Sweety’s Treat Boxes are a gift worth giving
At this time of year, we tend to put a lot of pressure on ourselves to find the perfect gift. It’s not just the festive period we do this in, either. Birthdays, Valentine’s Day, anniversaries – the opportunities for gift giving are nearly endless. One thing almost everyone can enjoy is a big ol’ box of doughnuts and assorted confectionary, which is why Sweety’s Treat Boxes is a big deal. This new doughnut delivery service has just launched in Brisbane, and is distributing a huge amount of tasty treats – even the covetable doughnut bouquets – just in time for Christmas.
The beginning of December saw the launch of Sweety’s Treat Boxes, Brisbane’s very own dessert delivery service, which is sending boxes of doughnuts and other decadent morsels across town. The service is already planning to expand its range of treats, but the crew has already hit a home run with its debut range consisting of goodies from The Doughnut Bar and Krispy Kreme. Customers can order treat boxes in two sizes, with ten regular varieties and two limited edition Christmas boxes available to choose from. Imagine unwrapping a treasure chest of goodies from fairy floss, Wizz Fizz, Mars Bars, Ferrero Rochers, Tim Tams, beer, wine and doughnuts – our hearts flutter at the thought.
Sweety’s also delivers three kinds of doughnut bouquets that are far and away more delicious than your conventional floral dozen. They’ve got the Beats Roses doughquet with red velvet doughnuts, Lindt chocolates and a bottle of Shiraz, the Tella you Love ‘em doughquet with a dozen mini Nutella balls, mini nutella jars, Lindt chocolates and two coronas and The Peacemaker doughquet with a host of Krispy Kreme varieties and a bottle of Moet to boot. Sweety’s Treat Boxes is currently delivering within a 10-kilometre radius of Brisbane City, but don’t hesitate to get in touch, as the team are happy to arrange deliveries outside this range with ample notice.
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