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gourmet chocolate boutique was born out of our
passion for fine confections. We make our chocolates
in a classic European style, using only best
ingredients and working with small batches to
provide quality confections which will compliment
fine wine or a gourmet meal or make the perfect gift
for any occasion. Freshness is key: chocolate’s
subtle flavors are strongest soon after production,
which is why each praline, truffle, caramel, toffee
and bar we offer is handmade daily in our gourmet
kitchen in the historic Edelweiss building in the
picturesque village of Leavenworth, Washington.
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Our specialties are European style Belgian Truffles ( also known as Bon Bons) and Pralines, which are both filled with exquisite ganache centers then “enrobed” in finest covertures available. Additionally, we offer Icicle Truffles, almond-encrusted English Toffee, Vanilla caramels hand-dipped in milk or dark chocolate and sprinkled with Australian pink sea salt, and “Cocoa Nuts,” caramelized almonds enrobed in dark chocolate and drenched in rich Swiss Cocoa…. Quite addicting! Other specialties include our Hot Chocolate Mix, with Dark Chocolate, assorted fruit, nut and plain bars of white, dark and milk chocolate. Our chocolatier also prepares a variety of seasonal molded chocolate figurines available only in our retail store due to their fragility.
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Schocolat in Leavenworth
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Our staff looks forward to serving you and remember we cater to your "sweet tooth." We invite you visit our stop when in Leavenworth. Don't worry....you can still enjoy our handmade chocolates by shopping online. More ≫
It's s'mores season! After a long day of playing in the mountains, nothing
beats a roasted marshmallow paired with fine local chocolate made right here in
History of Chocolate
The history of chocolate begins in Mesoamerica. Chocolate, the fermented, roasted, and ground beans can be traced to the Mokaya and other pre-Olmec people, with evidence of chocolate beverages dating back to 1900 BC. More ≫