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High-Fashion Chocolates

With mentions in InStyle, boutiques in London and New York, and a fanatical devotion to style and craft, Pierre Marcolini Chocolatier is the fashion designer of the confectionery world. As a chocolate lover, I'm not hard to please, but Marcolini's truffles—which I was lucky enough to taste the other night—are the most decadent and delicious chocolates I've ever known. (I highly recommend the powdered-sugar truffle in particular.) Plus, the sleek packaging and seasonal collections make these chocolates a FABulous gift for fashion and chocolate fanatics alike. You can buy the heavenly morsels of sophistication here.

To learn more about Marcolini,

Originally from Belgium but of Italian decent, Marcolini is extremely disciplined and never strays from his recipes. His cocoa beans come from Venezuela, Madagascar, Ecuador, and Mexico, but what really sets him apart is that he makes all of his chocolate from scratch, as opposed to adding ingredients to already prepared chocolate. In 1995, Marcolini was awarded with the honor of World Champion Pastry Chef, and InStyle has raved about him and featured him in several of their issues.

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silvergirl silvergirl 9 years
These are quite good chocolates indeed. I have eaten them on several occasions.. They are made in Brussels, where I live :-) But we have several other great chocolate makers here !! -- "Le temps passé avec un chat n'est jamais perdu" -- Colette
sanD13 sanD13 9 years
Mmm... I love expensive chocolate! Once you try good quality chocolate you can't go back to Hershey. Dove- maybe, but def not Hershey.
jennifer76 jennifer76 9 years
These look lovely. I've always wanted to try the gourment marshmellows and other things from Williams Sonoma, but I can't get myself to throw down that much money on fatty fat fat snacks. Sigh. Maybe someone will buy them for me. HONEY!? You listening? ;)
caligirl1201 caligirl1201 9 years
Me too beachbabe and it's cheaper so you can buy a designer purse or shoes instead.
beach_babe beach_babe 9 years
hershey is good enough for me LOL
mandeesparkle mandeesparkle 9 years
Ohmigosh. Those look so good. I have such a craving for chocolate now. Going to raid kitchen.. maybe have a hershey bar laying around somewhere...
t0xxic t0xxic 9 years
WOW expensive chocolate who knew ~ Take a peek at these Baby Sets http://teamsugar.com/user/t0xxic/blog/23767 and then scurry over to my poll http://teamsugar.com/user/t0xxic/polls/23765 and vote for your favorite! ~
My-Opinion My-Opinion 9 years
I would def. eat that chocolate if someone bought it for me, hehe, this couple brought some delicious chocolate back from Italy and neither one of them liked the dark chocolates or the crispy ones, and they gave em to me, uh huh,...it was gooooood, I could almost taste the gold pot they were made in, ;) j.j. about he gold pot~ *SaNdLeR and StIlLeR fan*
fashionaza fashionaza 9 years
I am wondering how many calories each little chocolate has.....I would jut smell them :)
kidcrazy2 kidcrazy2 9 years
Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, chocolate. I would pay through the nose for good chocolate.
popstar popstar 9 years
They look good- but expensive
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