Chocolate fans want to learn facts related to chocolates more often than not. Many of us are interested in knowing what are the most expensive and luxurious brands of chocolates now existing. Over the years, chocolate recipes have been modified and altered as experts want to give the most tantalizing taste to the chocolate lovers. However, the exclusiveness and qualitative aspects can make a bar of chocolate more expensive. Here we collect your taste buds for the fifteen most appreciated chocolate brands.
This man stands at the top when it comes to making the best chocolates. He is one of the International Culinary Center members as well. due to this man’s expert hands, he is now called Mr. Chocolate. His chocolate products made him worthy of all those auspicious awards. Those of them who need to be really noticed is the “Chartreuse Pastry Chef of the Year”, and the “James Beard Foundation Pastry Chef”. The chocolates he produces are so delicious compared to its cost.
The taste of this fantastic chocolate is enough to fascinate the taste buds. It costs $65 per pound. Robert Linxe was the founder of this great factory back in 1955. The most famous product of this brand is its chocolate Eclair which was launched back in 1990, in New York City. Over time, this ice-cream brand became more prosperous as it now has branches in the major cities throughout the world. It is a well-known name in Cannes, London, Hongkong, and Tokyo.
Vosges chocolates have their fabulous recipes which tend to satisfy the taste of chocolate lovers. They have a variety of different products. For example, one of them includes Vosges Bacon Chocolate Collection which consisting of bacon truffles, hickory smoked bacon pieces, dark milk chocolate, and bacon truffles, etc. Ready to tempt your buds in an astounding way. Another one includes Naga that composes milk chocolate, Indian Curry and coconut. You can get a box of Vosges chocolate for $69.
It is a Swiss-based brand. Their mouthwatering Champagne Truffles has taken the game to a different version. The brand provides the chocolate lovers with original hand made chocolates. These real hand made treats are manufactured in retail in a wide range of stores around the world. By spending only $75 per each pound, you can get your hands on these explicit excellent handcrafted chocolate munchies.
Richard Donnely opened this brand in 1988. He is one of the most talented and known names when it comes to the art of making chocolates. And he was awarded the Best Artisan Chocolat in 1998 for his invincible creativity in chocolate making.
This company is known for its great uniqueness in producing outstanding chocolate products. These chocolates with the greatest tastes include ingredients such as popping candy, chipotle, chili paste, cayenne pepper, etc. This brand was established in 2002 and used ingredients without any preservatives as a component. If you have $79 per pound, you can go ahead and taste these delicious ingredients.
This brand was founded by a notable personality known as Sulpice Debauve in 1800 making the temptatious toffees a real asset as well as a luxurious treat. These products use no dyes or preservatives in their creation. The constituency of less amount of sugar and more quantities of cocoa is a significant factor. These treats include Piedmont hazelnuts, Turkish raisins, Spanish almonds, and Perigord nuts as their essential ingredients. Each pack costs $94 per pound.
These are amazing creativities of a well-recognized name, Pierre Marcolini. US residents have an appreciation for these taste bud soothing chocolates. Pierre Marcolini satisfies his potential customers, and his recipes are claimed to be enhanced and improvised for the best. A variety of these chocolates in different textures and tastes is a fact worthy of appreciation. Its price is about &102.50 per pound.
This brand was established in Lyon, France in 1925. They are available in a wide range of stores around the world. These artistic and tasty chocolates can make anyone go drooling over them. They are now retailed in stores all over the world, and they are intricately packed in astounding and oriented ways. The beautiful artistic way of packaging which has become its salient feature is another thing that makes it different. They are perfect as gifts on special occasions. They cost $120 per pound.
These chocolates are made from qualitative ingredients that include Palet d’Or and Tasmanian Honey. This brand was founded in 1926 in Belgium. The chocolate brand has over 600 boutiques and stores spread all over the world. Norman Love set the vision of this fantastic chocolate boutique. You can get it for $120 per pound.
Not everyone can afford the price of this chocolate as it costs $508 per pound. This expensive brand includes high-quality cocoa beans and 24-karat gold flakes as well. The beautiful taste of chocolates, which has vanilla, coconut oil, and milk powder, has a hint of gold flakes. Even just seeing these mouth-watering treats can make anyone dream of them for several consecutive days.
These chocolates are available now after this chocolate business was somehow ended in late 2011. The incredible taste they have is still remembered now. These chocolates were, in 2006, listed in Forbes as the most expensive chocolates. That inclusion was pretty convincing, keeping in mind that only a pound of Vintages chocolate cost $854.
This one is the most luxurious and expensive chocolate this year, priced at $250 per one piece and $2,600 per pound. The most impressive element is that its black truffle contains another French black truffle within it.
The Cadbury Wispa gold dates back to 1995 and shows itself as one of the most expensive chocolate bars in the world. The launch of this brand was in 1995 that was first discontinued in 2003 and was relaunched in 2009. It costs about $1,628 per pound. It’s created using a caramel layer and aerated milk.
Now we have reached the most expensive brand. It sells a pound for $2,600. It was acknowledged in the Forbes magazine. A piece of this lavish chocolate costs $250. It includes 70% of Valrhona dark chocolate, with munches of sugar, vanilla, heavy cream and sugar as primary ingredients. The filling is enveloped in fine quality cocoa powder before it is being presented with a bed of sugar pearls in a gold box tied with ribbons.