Chocolate Shops That Will Melt Your Heart
Last Updated: 2/7/2014
Ohh, la la – love is in the air and so is the smell of delicious, handcrafted chocolate. Confections from local chocolatiers make for heartfelt and unique gifts. Here’s a tasty assortment of Wisconsin shops that are sure to satisfy:
Indulgence Chocolatiers - Milwaukee
These artisan chocolates are more like mini works of art. They’re not only aesthetically pleasing, but will send your taste buds to chocolate heaven with flavors such as Raspberry Chipotle Pecan, Coconut Curry or White Chocolate Macadamia Nut – just to name a few. Take your sweetie to the Walker's Point shop and pairing bar for chocolate delicacies that are thoughtfully complemented by wines, craft beers and cheeses.
Seroogy’s - Green Bay and De Pere
With over 100 years of experience, Seroogy’s specializes in small batch confections with only the highest quality ingredients and candy making methods passed down for generations. Homemade, hand-dipped chocolates, toffee, meltaways, fudge, caramels, and candy are abundant in both their De Pere and Green Bay locations. Don’t live nearby? Seroogy’s shipping is available!
Gail Ambrosius Chocolatier - Madison
Love yields sweet rewards and Gails’s passion for chocolate is no exception. Her exotic flavor offerings are the perfect expression of your unique affection. What better way to say “you’re one of a kind” than with specialty truffles like Cinnamon Cayenne, Shiitake Mushroom and Lemongrass with Ginger. And for the traditionalist, Gail Ambrosius also offers classic flavors and items like gourmet bars, bark and cocoa.
Legacy Chocolates - Menomonie
The folks at Legacy Chocolates are dedicated to restoring the fine craft of real chocolate as well as having the world fall in love with this perfect food. The purchase of Legacy Chocolates means support for sustainable farmers to preserve an heirloom variety of a Venezuelan cocoa bean. So while treating yourself and your sweetie to truffles, bark, and cocoa this year, your gift can really keep on giving.
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