Costco Gudrun Fine Belgian Chocolates Review

Costco has a ton of different chocolates and treats during the holiday season – walking down the holiday aisles can be a little bit overwhelming! If you’re just looking for a traditional box of chocolates with a bunch of different flavors, then these Gudrun Belgian Chocolates are an option to consider.

I’ve eaten quite a few different brands of chocolates around Christmas over the years, and a lot of them are kind of disappointing. Will these ones disappear quickly or sit around the house until they’re stale?

Image of the Costco Gudrun Fine Belgian Chocolates box sitting on a table unopened in a gift bag.
Costco Gudrun Fine Belgian Chocolates.

Some other products from Costco with Belgian chocolate are the Delici Belgian Chocolate Mousse, Delici Belgian Chocolate Souffle, Kirkland Signature Luxury Belgian Chocolates, Kirkland Signature European Cookies, Grand Specialties Belgian Chocolates, Deavas Belgian Chocolates and the Costco Kirkland Signature Liquor Collection Belgian Chocolates.

Image of the Gudrun chocolates guide showing all the different chocolates that come in the box.
There are 13 different kinds of chocolates in the box.

Location in Store

These are located in the seasonal aisle at Costco, with all the other Christmas treats. The item number is 242443.

Image of all 13 different kinds of chocolates served on a white plate.
All the different chocolates.


I tried all 13 different kinds of chocolates and wrote down notes about each one. Yes, that’s a lot of chocolate for one person to eat so it took me a few days!

Top down image of 13 different chocolates served on a plate.
I love the look of the chocolates!

Harmony doesn’t really have the cookies and cream flavor I was expecting. It’s just a milk chocolate ganache filling with a few bits of chocolate crumble in it. I expected a white filling with chunks of cookie.

Image of a hand holding a harmony chocolate close to the camera.
Harmony chocolate.

Thalia is very lemony and a bit tart. There are bits of crystallized lemon-flavored sugar in the filling. It’s kind of an odd combination with the dark chocolate. The filling reminds me of lemon meringue pie.

Image of a hand holding a thalia chocolate close to the camera.

Jane is delicious. It has a milk chocolate outer shell and the dulce de leche filling is excellent. The filling is sweet and creamy and almost reminds me of maple. I really like maple products so this was a hit with me.

Image of a hand holding a jane chocolate close to the camera.

Caresse has a dark chocolate outer shell with a dark chocolate caramel ganache filling. Was expecting just straight caramel in the filling so I was surprised to see the filling being a combination of chocolate and caramel.

Image of a hand holding a Caresse chocolate close to the camera.

Agate has a dark chocolate shell with a dark chocolate ganache filling. It’s pretty sweet. The filling is very creamy and for has a bit of a vanilla or coconut flavor.

Image of a hand holding a Agate chocolate close to the camera.

Hazel has a milk chocolate shell with a creamy, smooth praline hazelnut filling. It’s excellent and one of my favorites but it’s quite sweet.

Image of a hand holding a hazel chocolate close to the camera.

Avelie has a very unique fruity ganache filling that pairs pretty well with the dark chocolate. There’s a noticeable black currant flavor that some might not like because it’s a bit artificial tasting.

Image of hand holding a Avelie chocolate close to the camera.

Manon is one of my favorites. The coffee filling inside is light, fluffy and noticeably coffee-like! This is like a very good cappuccino-tasting chocolate and is quite sweet. 

Image of a hand holding a manon chocolate close to the camera.

Lina is a simple milk chocolate truffle, it’s pretty good but very sweet.

Image of a hand holding a lina chocolate close to the camera.

Rico has a very sweet noticeable almond extract flavor. The outer shell is dark chocolate and the filling is very creamy.

Image of a hand holding a rico chocolate close to the camera.

Coco Tresor is very coconutty and sweet. It has a chewy texture from the coconut flakes. It has a good combination of dark chocolate and toasted coconut. I find it enjoyable but the coconut gets stuck in your mouth.

Image of a hand holding a coco tresor chocolate close to the camera.
Coco Tresor.

Sublime is very interesting. It has an artificial pear flavor paired with caramel filling. The flavors work but it’s quite sweet and a bit odd. I think a lot of people wouldn’t find this one that enjoyable.

Image of a hand holding a sublime chocolate close to the camera.


I paid $16.99 Canadian for the box of 36 chocolates in 2020. Today in 2023 the price is $18.99 Canadian for 36 chocolates.

Top down image of an open box of Gudrun chocolates unwrapped so you can see all the different chocolates.
Ready to try!


The chocolates come in a cute little reusable gift bag. The expiry date is about 10 months from the date I purchased the chocolates. There are two trays of chocolates wrapped in plastic in the beautiful gift box. Each tray has 18 chocolates.

Top down image of two trays of chocolates from the box wrapped in plastic.
There are two trays of chocolates in the box.

These would make a wonderful gift or are also good just to have around the house for the holidays.

Top down image of a beautiful red box the chocolates come in.
The chocolates come in a beautiful box.



Three chocolates contain 230 calories, 15 grams of fat, 21 grams of carbohydrates, two grams of protein, 20 mg of sodium, 20 grams of sugar and two gram of fibre.

Image of the nutrition facts for the chocolates from the back of the box.
Nutrition facts.


These are not nut-free. They contain milk, hazelnuts, walnuts, wheat and soy. They may contain egg and other tree nuts. Obviously, these don’t have healthy ingredients, are loaded with sugar and are of basically no nutritional value.

Image of the ingredients list for the chocolates from the back of the box.


Taste: 7/10

Cost: 8/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 0/10


Give it a try!

These are the most deluxe or premium-quality chocolates I’ve tried but they’re pretty tasty! Even my 17-month-old daughter enjoys a little nibble.

Have you tried these Gudrun Chocolates from Costco? What did you think of them?

Please note that this review was not paid for or sponsored by any third party. This product was purchased by Costcuisine for the purpose of producing this review. The opinions in this review are strictly those of Costcuisine. Costcuisine is not affiliated with Costco or any of its suppliers. In the event that Costcuisine receives compensation for a post from the manufacturer of a product or some other third party, the arrangement will be clearly disclosed (including where the manufacturer of a product provides Costcuisine with a free sample of the product).

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9 thoughts on “Costco Gudrun Fine Belgian Chocolates Review”

  1. Hello fellow costcuisine reviewers! Today I opened up a scrumptious box of these here Gurun chocolates! MMMMM they were so tasty. I had my students in English Enrichment eat up the whole box! Anyways, I’ve got to go to bed now. Its getting a bit late and I am pushing 90.

  2. Forget about Lady Godiva chocolates! These are the best I’ve ever eaten. I’m 85 years old and
    I have a lot of experience eating chocolates!

  3. We got a box for Christmas as a gift and I have to honestly say that these are the best chocolates I have ever tasted. Creamy & flavorful, and you can definitely NOT eat just one. I wanted to eat the whole box but my husband made me share much to my dismay. I highly recommend these chocolates and would not hesitate to buy them in the future.

  4. I received a box of Gudrun chocolates…The Golden Collection for a gift in May. I . LOVE See’s Chocolate, and these Belgian chocolates BEAT Sees. I have been looking on-line to try to buy more, but I see you got these from Costco at Christmas. I will have to be on the lookout for these. You are in Canada…I hope we can get these at Costco in California.


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