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Schoggi Imported Swiss Chocolates

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I got a box of these for Christmas. I found them bold but in a refined way. The chocolate tends to be strong but dry, while the flavorings come through well; they neither get lost nor dominate. ("They're what Godiva should've been" is how someone else put it.)

From their website:

Schoggi Imported Swiss Chocolates is

San Francisco's first true Swiss confiserie.

Our chocolates are hand-made in Bern,

Switzerland from 100 year-old recipes, using the finest ingredients.

In addition our luxurious imported chocolates, we also

offer typical Swiss petite pastry, pate de fruit,

and macarons. We also serve European

style coffee, drinking chocolate, hot

cocoa, and single estate loose tea.

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I got a box of these for Christmas. I found them bold but in a refined way. The chocolate tends to be strong but dry, while the flavorings come through well; they neither get lost nor dominate. ("They're what Godiva should've been" is how someone else put it.)

From their website:

Schoggi Imported Swiss Chocolates is

San Francisco's first true Swiss confiserie.

Our chocolates are hand-made in Bern,

Switzerland from 100 year-old recipes, using the finest ingredients.

In addition our luxurious imported chocolates, we also

offer typical Swiss petite pastry, pate de fruit,

and macarons. We also serve European

style coffee, drinking chocolate, hot

cocoa, and single estate loose tea.

Or,

Schoggi Imported Chocolates Swiss is

San Francisco's first true confiseie Swiss.

Our chocolates are all hand-made in Bern;

From 100 year-old recipes we learn.

Adding luxorious imported chocolates to it,

We offer Swiss petite pastry, pate de fruit,

And macaroons. We also serve European

Style coffee, drinking chocolate even (wee!),

Hot cocoa, and single estate loose tea.

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I got a box of these for Christmas. I found them bold but in a refined way. The chocolate tends to be strong but dry, while the flavorings come through well; they neither get lost nor dominate. ("They're what Godiva should've been" is how someone else put it.)

From their website:

Schoggi Imported Swiss Chocolates is

San Francisco's first true Swiss confiserie.

Our chocolates are hand-made in Bern,

Switzerland from 100 year-old recipes, using the finest ingredients.

In addition our luxurious imported chocolates, we also

offer typical Swiss petite pastry, pate de fruit,

and macarons. We also serve European

style coffee, drinking chocolate, hot

cocoa, and single estate loose tea.

Or,

Schoggi Imported Chocolates Swiss is

San Francisco's first true confiseie Swiss.

Our chocolates are all hand-made in Bern;

From 100 year-old recipes we learn.

Adding luxorious imported chocolates to it,

We offer Swiss petite pastry, pate de fruit,

And macaroons. We also serve European

Style coffee, drinking chocolate even (wee!),

Hot cocoa, and single estate loose tea.

Much, much better!

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