We associate winters a lot with anything that is chocolate. So, we decided to suggest you guys a few places from where you can get good quality chocolates in the city.
Fill Your Fridge With Chocolates From These Shops In The City
Walk into ITC hotel and you will find a counter of this in-house chocolatier brand. Definitely try the chocolate cups, which come in a solid chocolate shell filled with flavoured crème and topped with gourmet ingredients. The Sweet & Salt Chocolate, and the Crème & Caramel Symphony cups are highly recommended.
This Kolkata-based brand is into handcrafted gourmet chocolates. Crafted Cacao makes chocolates using artisan techniques. We would definitely suggest that you try the bonbons & pralines. You can choose from a long list of flavours such as praline vanilla & passion fruit, walnut marzipan, earl grey & raspberry and tri-coloured ganduja. From bonbons, you can try the jasmine, mandarin, bubblegum, lychee caramel & gondhoraj.
This hidden gem on Sudder Street sells foreign candy beyond our wildest imagination. KG N can be found on the lane leading to Sudder Street behind Sreeleathers. They're stocked with original products from across the world – Thailand, UK, Turkey and Switzerland. If you buy in bulk amount, the owner will give you a discount. They are also a wholesale dealer of chocolates!
Apart from the delicious cupcakes and hot chocolates that Mrs Magpie is famous for, we totally adore its range of limited yet super delicious chocolates. Visit the Southern Avenue (Keyatala) or Salt Lake Outlet and pick up a chocolate box of 4, which includes two sweet & salty and two choco rocher flavoured chocolates in the shape of a teddy bear!
Krazy For Chocolates
Lastly, how can we exclude the brand which is exclusively known for its chocolates? Pick up printed or non-printed chocolates from any of the outlets across the city. They come in packs of four or six pieces but you can also get bigger assortment boxes such as a box of 12 with assorted flavours like blueberry, truffle, French fiesta, hazelnut and strawberry, among others.