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20 chocolate bars to devour with your eyes

20 chocolate bars to devour with your eyes

Easter, the holiday that allows you to treat yourself to a ton of chocolate without feeling guilty. Obviously, we love and we adhere! But as we keep the decorative spirit whatever happens and (whatever the temptation), the chocolate must be as beautiful as it is good. Luckily, this is often the case! The proof with these 20 chocolate bars unearthed around the world which perfectly illustrate the idea that gluttony is a very nice defect.

Bonnat: 130 years of traditions


Bonnat Where to find them: in Voiron at the Bonnat mother house but also everywhere in France. How much does it cost: from € 4.20 per 100 grams.

Mazet, the house of praslines


Mazet Where to find them: in Montargis at the parent company as well as in Paris and in the online store. How much it costs: € 4.30 per 100 grams.

French chocolate, very Parisian


French chocolate Where to find them: mainly in Paris (at Colette for example) but also in a few provincial shops. Some online stores like Les Petits Frenchies avoid traveling. How much it costs: € 11 for two 90 gram tablets.

Aquim, the heart chocolate of Brazil


Aquim Where to find them: in Rio de Janeiro but also in London at Fortnum & Mason. How much does it cost: £ 9.95 for 50 grams.

Marou, chocolate makers


Marou Where to find them: all over France (list of resellers available on the brand's website). How much it costs: from 5.40 € the 100 gram tablet.

Menakao, from tree to tablet


Menakao Where to find them: quite easily in a few online stores like Histoire de gout. How much it costs: € 3.75 for the 75 gram tablet.

Omnom, Icelandic chocolate


Omnom Where to find them: in Reykjavik but also on the brand's website and in a few Parisian shops such as Folks And Sparrows. How much it costs: around € 8 for 60 grams.

Mast Brothers, totally Brooklyn


Mast Brothers Where to find them: in their shop in Brooklyn of course but also in London since this year. How much it costs: about $ 8 a tablet.

The chocolate factory, signed Ducasse


Ducasse Where to find them: on the online store and directly at the workshop in Paris. How much it costs: from 6 € the 75 gram tablet.

Dandelion, the chocolate factory in San Francisco


Dandelion Where to find them: mainly in the United States but in Europe there are three stores in London which distribute them. How much does it cost: starting at $ 8 for 56 grams.

Raaka, still Brooklyn


Raaka Where to find them: again mainly in the United States but a shop in London allows tasting in Europe. How much does it cost: £ 5.50 for 51 grams.

Compartes, psychedelic


Where to find them: on the West Coast only. How much it costs: $ 9.95 per tablet.

Rococo, the English style


Rococo Where to find them: in London but also online if you are ready to pay for transport. How much does it cost: £ 4.95 for 70 grams.

Rozsavolgyi, Hungarian lace


Rozsavolgyi Where to find them: in Budapest but the site Des épices à ma guise allows you to taste these marvels in France. How much does it cost: from € 6.64 for 70 grams.

Prestat, the most French chocolate in London


Prestat Where to find them: everywhere in London. How much it costs: from £ 3 for 75 grams.

Chocolate artisan


Chocolate maker Where to find them: as its name does not indicate, again and again in London. How much does it cost: £ 3.50 per tablet.

La Molina, Italian elegance.


La Molina Where to find them: in Tuscany, but also in a few online stores such as La grande épicerie de Paris. How much does it cost: from € 3 for 50 grams.

Starbrook Airlines, the chocolate of the 7th heaven


Starbrook Airlines Where to find them: in Belgium and at Miam in Belgium. How much it costs: € 3.90 for the 100 gram tablet.

Fine and Raw, still Brooklyn


Fine and Raw Where to find them: we return to Brooklyn. How much it costs: $ 5 for 28 grams.