Our Seahorse range is a treat for chocolate lovers. It offers something for everyone with a delicious pallet of flavours. Will you go for our famous hazelnut praliné filling or perhaps caramel or milk truffle?

How are the Seahorses made?


Ingredients of the Seahorses

We guarantee the origin, sustainability and quality of every ingredient. Delicious chocolates for you, a better world for all of us.

The Hazelnuts

Our Mediterranean hazelnuts are grilled in-house in copper kettles, exactly like Guy Foubert, our founder, used to do. This method of grilling and caramelising hazelnuts, under the watchful eye of our Master Chocolatiers, is the key to the typical creamy taste of our praliné filling.


Our Fairtrade cocoa is sustainably grown in West-Africa and our farmers receive a fair wage offering them equal opportunities. After harvesting the beans, they are dried, ground and turned into cocoa butter. This creates the famous sensational taste of our chocolate, that slowly melts in your mouth.

Our Seahorse packaging is 100% recyclable

Our packaging consists of several components, all of which are 100% recyclable.

The new packaging is made of 100% PEFC cardboard from sustainably managed forests. This packaging was already recyclable, but by omitting the window, we can reduce the amount of plastic even further.

In the box, all chocolates are kept in place thanks to the blister, which is also necessary to protect our chocolates from damage and to guarantee food safety. It is made of polypropylene (PP). PP is a recyclable thermoplastic polymer. As the new blisters have become transparent, the recycling process has been shortened.

Guylian is committed to avoiding food waste at all times. Several initiatives are taken during the production process, including the use of an easily removable and recyclable film around the packaging to keep the product fresh for longer. Thanks to this foil and many other initiatives in our production facility, we can proudly state that our food waste is only 0.1%!

Contribute to a positive impact on the environment yourself and sort packaging correctly so that it can be recycled.