Edible 24-Karat Gold Leaf Wrapped zChocolat Christmas Collection

zChocolat Gold Christmas Chocolates
 

Luxury chocolate gifts are always welcome, regardless of the occasion. If it happens to be a Christmas collection, then it gets even better. Lavish zChocolat Christmas Collection for this year has some amazing chocolates for gift giving. However, the one chocolate that demands everyone’s attention is the €400 ($425) edible gold wrapped Holiday Sapphire Gold box. Creator of this artisanal chocolate collection is World Champion French Chocolatier Pascal Caffet.

zChocolat Gold Christmas Chocolates

The Holiday Sapphire Gold Box comes with 15 pieces of 24-karat gold wrapped assorted chocolates. Each chocolate square is from zChocolat’s most-requested recipes. They are presented in a gift-ready stylish mahogany box with a gold Christmas tree design inlayed on the lid. After the chocolates are gone, the lux-looking box is good to store everything from jewelry to money to Pokémon cards. In total, twenty-eight edible gold leaves are used to wrap 15 chocolate pieces

In addition to the top of the line Holiday Sapphire Gold Box, they also offer €102 ($108) Holiday Sapphire Gold 1PC with a single Z chocolate wrapped in two 24 karat gold leafs – surrounded by 14 other chocolate squares.

zChocolat Gold Christmas Chocolates

 

zChocolat takes pride in making their top quality chocolates with all natural ingredients such as high cocoa content, low sugar, and 100% pure cocoa butter; rich ganaches made from French butter and cream from Normandy; and finely textured pralines from a mixture of Valencia almonds from Spain and Piedmont hazelnuts from Italy. All these ingredients then get mixed with one of dark, milk and white cocoa to make melt in the mouth chocolates. Also notable is they don’t use alcohol or preservatives – all natural, remember.

zChocolat Gold Christmas Chocolates

Though not wrapped in gold, the €280 ($296) Radiance Box is a perfect gift item. It comes with 168 pieces of their most requested chocolates, packaged in an elegant basswood box. There are enough chocolates in this box to satisfy sugar cravings of a small army or an entire Christmas gathering.

 

 

Source: LuxExpose