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Most expensive Chocolates in the World

 Forrest Gump famously said: “Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.” As nice as a metaphore can be, it’s not the case of these chocolates: lucky owners definitely know what they’ll get morsels of heaven. From Godiva to Knipschildt, Swide has chosen only the best (and most expensive) chocolates that you can buy.

Vosges Haut Chocolat: 60 euros

Based in Chicago, it has some of the most unique chocolate flavors you can taste. Vosges use bacon, Mexican chilies, cinnamon, ginger, wasabi and black sesame seeds as ingredients for its products. A must try…

Chuao: $79 per pound

 Chuao is a region in Venezuela and this brand, based in California but created by a Chuao native, uses European techniques to make Venezuelan chocolate. This no preservatives, handmade chocolate brand creates artisanal confections that mix Venezuelan cacao with spices and unique ingredients.

Pierre Marcolini Grand Cru: 100 euros

 From Belgium, this company uses cocoa beans from Ecuador, Indonesia, Madagascar, Mexico and Venezuela. Oprah’s favorite, Pierre Marcolini has a very wide range of products, each more luxurious than the next, to please its unique costumers.

Godiva “G” Collection: $120 per pound

 The Belgian chocolate brand synonymous with luxury chocolates, has created a special collection named G, made of 15 truly artisan quality chocolates designed by pastry chef Norman Love.

Richart: $120 per pound

 From Lyon, France, Richart has been in business since 1925. Its chocolates range from citrus, herbal and fruit notes, and its chocolate beans come from Haiti, Madagascar and Venezuela. “Envol” chocolates collection is made of 49 cubes of chocolate decorated with hand-applied cocoa butter designs.

The Aficionado’s Collection by The House of Grauer: 200 euros

From Switzerland, the company advertises itself as the cigar smoker’s chocolate companion, offering up to 14 different flavors. But who says that smoke-free people are not allowed to try them anyway?

Amedei Toscano black truffles swarovski: 294 euro

 Black Truffles, champagne, gold: when these are the ingredients of a chocolate box, you know it won’t be cheap, but it will be worth it. Amedei’s Toscano black truffles – a chocolate company based in Tuscany – have a champagne filling and are topped with edible gold flakes. It’s not over yet: they come in a handmade box studded with 450 Swarovski crystals.

Chocolates with Edible Gold by DeLafee: $508

 Prepared with fine cocoa beans and decorated with flakes of edible gold applied by hand, these chocolates are deliciously expensive. Into gold (who isn’t, really?)? The website is dedicated to your passion, even tattoos.

Le Grand Louis XVI by Debauve & Gallais: 900 euro

The company dates back to 1800 and it holds a royal warrant as royal supplier. It was also the official supplier of Napoleon. The company also offers dark chocolates with a cocoa percentage of 99% – something quite rare

Chocopologie Chocolate Truffle by Kinipshildt: 2,600 euro

This company, founded in Denmark in 1999, makes chocolates with a 70 percent Valrhona dark chocolate with vanilla. Truffle oil and other ingredients are added to make the product even more unique. This chocolate is made to order, of course, and once in your possession, it should be consumed within a week, which won’t be a challenge.