With a 40% discount code from Demarquette, I didn't hesitate to visit their website and indulge in some boxed caramels. Usually retailing at £19.75 for twelve chocolates, they always presented with prestige: a little black box embossed with a silver illustration, and red ribbon.
There are six different flavours in the Great British Orchard selection, which are meant to represent the fruits grown in Great Britain. Despite this, one not so fruity Cornish Sea Salt made its way in. Not that I am complaining, as it is one of my favourites. You can read more about it here.
There are three award winning caramels in this box, which isn't difficult to understand once you have tasted them. While they are gorgeous, however, I found most of them indistinctive. The flavours include orkshire Rhubarb, Somerset Apricot, Oxfordshire Plums, Devon Strawberry, and Scottish Raspberry.
The only one could distinguish was the apricot, and that is mainly because it was the only one I didn't like. I found the caramel a bit too thick and sickly.
The others all tasted of sweet fruits, but I could not tell you which fruit. Even looking at the menu did not help, because the colours represented on the page are different from what you get in the box.
If you don't mind not being able to tell one from the other, then you will have no problem, but if you are looking for a range of tastes, go for something else.