Cadbury Roses opens Thanks A Bunch florist in Soho

To remind people of the power of saying ‘thank you’ properly, and encourage people to do it often, Cadbury has opened ‘Thanks a Bunch’, a flower shop with a difference. Run by London florist, Augustus Bloom, the Thanks A Bunch shop at 13 Soho Square sees the legendary florist turning his hand to chocolate floristry for the campaign; hand-crafting beautiful chocolate flower bouquets made from the range of Cadbury Roses flavours, which include Golden Barrel, Signature Truffle and classic Caramel.

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Completely free, on a first-come, first-served basis, customers can choose bouquets and single stem Cadbury Roses ‘Roses’ on offer.

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Visitors picking up these bespoke gifts simply need to pay with their message of thanks, which will then be added to their Roses.

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