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Experience the exquisite taste of Hong Kong's signature flavors like never before with our unique take, crafted using only the finest chocolate sourced from local bean-to-bar makers and French chocolatiers.

Chocolate is a beloved treat that has been enjoyed by people for centuries. Its rich, decadent flavor and smooth texture make it a favorite of many. The taste of chocolate is very hard to described because of its complex and multi-layered taste journey, not to mention the unique mouthfeel it gives.  Memories of chocolate often evoke warm and comforting feelings, reminding us of childhood treats, special occasions, and moments of indulgence. For many, the taste of chocolate is intertwined with happy memories and moments of joy. Whether enjoyed as a simple square of dark chocolate or incorporated into elaborate desserts, chocolate is a flavor that is sure to delight and satisfy.

Chocolate has a rich and fascinating history that dates back to ancient civilizations in Mesoamerica. The Aztecs and Mayans were among the first to cultivate the cacao tree and make chocolate from its beans. They believed that chocolate had mystical and medicinal properties and used it in religious rituals and as currency.

When the Spanish conquistadors arrived in the Americas in the 16th century, they encountered chocolate and brought it back to Europe. At first, chocolate was consumed mostly as a bitter beverage, but over time, sugar was added to make it more palatable. Chocolate became increasingly popular in Europe, and the first chocolate houses opened in London in the 17th century.

The industrial revolution of the 19th century saw the development of new processes for making chocolate, which made it more widely available and affordable. It was thanks to the French that bought back the wonderful flavours of cacao we have today that was lost during industrialization of chocolate.

Despite its widespread popularity, the production of chocolate remains a complex and labor-intensive process. The cacao tree requires specific growing conditions, and the beans must be harvested, fermented, dried, roasted, and processed before they can be used to make chocolate. Each cacao is so unique, and each maker works their best to bring out the bespoke flavours of cacao.  

Whether you're a chocolate lover or new to the world of fine chocolates, there's never been a better time to explore the vast array of flavors and textures that chocolate has to offer. So go ahead, indulge your taste buds and try something new today. You never know, you might just discover your new favorite chocolate flavor!




The surprising flavour of fermented bean curd with milk chocolate (33%) ganache encased in dark chocolate from Guanaja.


Lemon Tea

Classic taste of lemon tea delicated set on a layer of milk chocolate ganache blended with passion fruit encased in caramelized flavour milk chocolate.



Tea & Coffee 鴛鴦

Milk chocolate ganahce (33%) infused in black tea with coffee bean enrobed in bittersweet and elegant dark chocolate from Grenada.



White chocolate ganache filled with blackcurrant fruit encased in 33% white chocolate accented by vanilla flavour and notes of banana.



Strawberry Pistachio

Silky pistachio white chocolate cream encased in fruity strawberry couverture.



Milk chocolate ganache (33%) with hazelnut praline encased in creamy and cocoa rich milk chocolate.



Baileys Caramel

Dark chocolate ganache blended with the Irish cream liqueur encased in oaky dark chocolate.



Creamy green tea white chocolate ganache enrobed in milky and caramelized white chocolate.



Lychee Rose

White chocolate ganache filled with lychee fruit, floral rose, and raspberry encased in fruity and velvety dark chocolate.

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