Chocolate is the most popular sweet eaten all over the world. People of all ages love to eat chocolates and also put them in various desserts. There are many brands which are producing chocolates all over the world of which some are very affordable while others are way too expensive. If you are a crazy chocolate lover and don’t have an issue spending more money in buying chocolates, the check out this list of most expensive chocolates from around the world:
- Frrrozen Haute Chocolate
luxurylaunches.comThis is the most expensive and famous chocolate dessert made with the blend of 28 cocoas from different parts of the world. It is served in a crystal goblet which is embedded with 23 carat edible gold. And what makes this chocolate more unique is the golden spoon and bracelet that comes with it which customer can take home. The cost of this dessert is $25,000 and it is the famous delicacy of luxury restaurant ‘Serendipity 3’ in New York which also features other expensive desserts. The money earned with this dessert is spent on charities which makes it worth trying.
- Golden Speckled Eggmentalfloss.com
This golden speckled egg is the most delicious and expensive in the world. It was sold for $11,107 in an auction. The specialty of this egg was that it was dipped in the world’s most expensive and special chocolate ‘Amadei’. Inside the egg was made with different chocolates and flavors including rosemary, olive oil, muscovado caramel and juniper berry.
- Swarovski-studded Chocolates by Patchiwww.pinterest.com
Many of us are fond of Swarovski jewellery and dresses. But have you ever imagined it to be on chocolates? Take a look at these delights which were launched by a famous brand Patchi with collaboration of luxury retail store Harrods. The box has 49 chocolates and each one of them is embedded with Swarovski crystals. The chocolates are indeed very tasty but priced at $10,000 per box.
- Knipschildt Chocolatier’s Madeline Trufflechocopologie.com
The Madeline Truffle by Knipschildt is one of the most expensive chocolates in the world, also mentioned by Forbes Magazine. It consists of a special French Perigord Truffle which is folded into a ganache made of Valrhona dark chocolate, sugar, heavy cream, vanilla and truffle oil. The taste of the truffle is too delicious as reviewed by many people who got a chance to eat this heavenly delight. The price of just one Madeline Truffle is $250 and you can get 450 grams in $2,600.
- Gold and Diamond Chocolateswww.trendhunter.com
These luxury chocolates are produced by Cocoa Gourmet as a part of their royal collection. There are 12 chocolates in a box; four silver chocolates, four 22 karat gold chocolates and four diamond chocolates. These chocolates can be shaped in any form you like which makes it an amazing gift for your loved one. Are you looking for an innovative idea to propose your girl? Then buy this perfect combination of sweet and jewellery for $1,250.
- Wispa Gold Wrapped Chocolatehomestylediary.com
Cadbury produces many delicious chocolates that are not very costly and eaten all over the world. The company produced very famous and expensive chocolate which came with a price tag of $1,628. It was packed in a golden wrapper and inside of the chocolate was wrapped in golden edible paper.
- Debauve & Gallais’s Le Livrewww.eonline.com
Le Livre was produced to commemorate the French chocolatier’s 200th anniversary. Le Livre is designed in a form of leather book and consists of 35 kinds of delicious chocolates including pralines and ganaches. It is priced at $550 and one have to order it in advance as each piece is handmade in France and it takes time to produce a box.
We all are fond of Swiss chocolates and cannot resist eating them. Delafee is one of the most expensive Swiss chocolate brands which is well known for its deliciousness. These chocolates are known as ‘Golden Truffle’ which is made from grand cru chocolate. The truffles are coated in edible gold which makes them even more unique. A box of Delafee cost $504 but it’s worth the price as these are the best and tastiest chocolates in Switzerland.