Treats You Can’t Possibly Afford
After diamonds, chocolate is the best friend of every woman. You might think this is a cheaper friendship but you would be wrong. Premium chocolate is being made by top chocolatier(s) with premium ingredients and a price that goes with it. Is this chocolate worth it? Judge yourself.
5. Godiva G
The famous Belgian chocolate Godiva, recently introduced the “G” collection. Chocolate is made from various ingredients, such as a mixture with 100% cocoa butter, Tasmanian honey and Mexican hot chocolate. Godiva G collection is the cheapest out of the bunch. It costs “only” 177 dollars for a pound.
Richart Chocolate may be the fourth most expensive chocolate in the world, but it’s made of 70% Criollo cocoa from Venezuela, which is considered the best quality cocoa for chocolate in the world. Cocoa beans are finely divided to give a unique taste of chocolate. Richart chocolate is mixed with most types of almonds, blackberries, strawberries and many exotic spices. Richart is produced in France, for $ 120 you will get a pound of chocolate.
For those who love to eat gold, DeLafée chocolate is the right choice. Instead of making chocolate with hazelnuts or almonds, for every piece of chocolate they add edible 24-karat gold. Of the other ingredients, the chocolate has sugar, coconut oil, cocoa butter, milk powder and vanilla. Half pound cost 504 dollars.
Noka makes the best dark chocolate, thanks to the selection of the best cocoa plantation in Venezuela, Ivory Coast, Trinidad and Ecuador. It consists of 75% cocoa and other ingredients such as cocoa butter. What is special with this chocolate is that it does not have any additives or extra aroma. The taste is 100% authentic. The product is Noka Vintages Collection, and cost 854 dollars for a pound.
Chocopologie is the most expensive chocolate in the world. It’s made by the company Knipschildt, a pound will cost 2600 dollars. Made out of 70 percentage Valrhona chocolate and cream and 24 hours soaked in pure vanilla and truffle oil. Cocoa powder can be added manually.