Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Top 5 Most Expensive Chocolates in the World

Top 5 Most Expensive Chocolates in the World

Here’s a list of most expensive chocolates in the world. Chocolate is a food that prepared from cocoa grain. In general, chocolate given as a gift or gifts at holidays. With the shape, style, and unique taste, chocolate is often used as an expression of thanks, sympathy, or attention. Even as a declaration of love. Chocolate also has become one of the most popular flavor in the world, besides being the most common candy bars consumed, brown material also became a hot drink and cold. Here are five most expensive and delicious chocolate in the world:

5. Richart ($ 120)

Richart chocolate might be only ranked fourth most expensive chocolate in the world. But Richart advantage consists of 70 percent cacao Criollo Venezuela, which is recognized as a chocolate-producing countries with the best quality in the world. Richart chocolate is cocoa in fine cocoa powder to produce the best flavor. Several types of chocolate brown with Richart such as almonds, raspberries, strawberries and other exotic fruits.

4. Godiva ($ 117)

Godiva comes from one of the country which is famous Belgian chocolate products. Godiva Chocolatier chocolate producers introduced a new collection of chocolates, ‘G’. The entire collection of “G” consists of various ingredients and taste like a palette d’Or, Tasmanian honey and Mexican Hot Chocolate. Depending on the type of chocolate bon-bon produced.

3. Delafee ($ 504)

For female fans of gold, might be tempted to taste Delafee, chocolate made from 24 karat gold flakes shaped for each hand-made chocolates. Delafee chocolate is made from sugar, coconut oil, cocoa butter, milk powder and vanilla.

2.Noka ($ 854)

Noka chocolate is the best compilation of black-specific plantations in Venezuela, Côte d’Ivoire, Trinidad and Ecuador. Noka chocolate is chocolate with the world’s second most expensive price. Chocolate is made from 75 percent pure cocoa with other mixtures such as cocoa butter and sugar. The uniqueness of this chocolate manufacturer is not adding any type of emulsifier or vanilla flavor in their chocolate products.

1.Chocopolagie ($ 2,600)

Chocopolagie discovered by Fritz Knipschildt, a chef who studied culinary in Danish. In 1999, Knischildt created one of the most delicious chocolate in the world. The most expensive chocolate is valued U.S. $ 250 per fruit for the dark chocolate truffles. Black truffles in it comes from France and is only available if booked in advance. Truffle consists of 70 percent cocoa Valhrona ganache blended with a soft, hand-made truffle oil. As a final touch, truffles dusted with cocoa powder.