'Tis the season to get gifts... There are two things women love - jewelry and chocolate - how about you give them both this season. We are talking millions of dollars worth of chocolate. We scout four types of chocolates that will win her heart forever - you can indulge in a few yourself.
Price: $1.5 million
Generally women are overwhelmed with two types of gifts, one is jewelry and other is chocolate. But, if the chocolate box costs 1.5 million, the later is a better choice. Yes, a chocolate box that has been designed by well known Simons Jewelers has two together to make the ultimate gift with their Le Chocolate collection. The chocolate box has an assorted chocolate from Lake Forest Confections decorated with an arrangement of hi-end jewelry. The collection of jewelry includes necklaces, earrings, rings and bracelets decked with yellow and blue diamonds, emeralds, and sapphires.
If you want to take luxury to another level then, these Swarovski-studded chocolates are the best example for that. These chocolates are launched by Harrods and are packed by Lebanese chocolatier Patchi. Hand wrapped in Indian silk, Patchi has presented them on suede leather with gold and platinum linings. The chocolate box has 49 pieces of chocolates each wrapped in silk and topped with Swarovski crystal flowers or a delicate silk rose.
This Wispa gold chocolate was launched under the group "Bring back Cadbury's Wispa Gold, campaign. The delicious chocolate is wrapped in an edible gold wrapper (55p) and was delivered by the well known singer Tony Hadley and Spandau Ballet. Priced at $1,628 for one chocolate bar, this is a treat for true chocoholics.
For people who can splurge a fortune on a bar of chocolate, The Royal Collection from Cocoa Gourmet has introduced diamond, gold and silver chocolate. These chocolates will not only satisfy the chocolate carving but will also trigger the luxury angle in you. 12 pieces in all, made of 4 each for gold, diamond and silver (edible) has a soft texture of Swiss ganache. The edible metals used in the delicacy are absolutely safe and are certified by the international food industry standards. Source: BornRich