$25 Gets You $50 Worth of My Favorite Chocolate Ever

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Vosges Haut-Chocolat

There is no question that Vosges Haut-Chocolat, a Chicago-based company, is hands down my favorite chocolate EVER. I eat a lot of chocolate and this company tops the list. I’ve never been confronted with a situation where I could only choose one chocolate to eat for the rest of my life, but if I did find myself in such a situation I wouldn’t hesitate before choosing Vosges.

This stuff is good. Really, really good.

Thanks to Gilt City you can all try this brand for less! You can get a $50 Vosges Haut-Chocolat voucher for just $25, thanks to this fab new Gilt City offer. It’s OK if you don’t live in Chicago because this voucher is valid at any Vosges boutique OR their online store!

If you decide to try out this most decadent of chocolate brands, here are a few of my tried and true recommendations:

Vosges Peanut Butter Bon Bons

Organic Peanut Butter Bon Bons: I don’t get these very often because I have a tendency to polish them off in one sitting, and that’s just no way to treat a box of $22 chocolates. But these are SO good. Like a really high end Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup that’s capped off with a touch of sea salt.

Vosges Caramel Marshmallows

Caramel Marshmallows: These are the perfect treat for my husband and I. I adore marshmallows, while he adores toffee.

Vosges Mo's Milk Chocolate Bacon Bar

Mo’s Milk Chocolate Bacon Bar: If you haven’t tried bacon in your candy yet, you’re really missing out. :) It is surprisingly delicious. If milk chocolate isn’t your thing, they also offer a dark chocolate and bacon bar.

Honestly, I cannot more highly recommend Vosges Haut-Chocolat. Even if you’re not a big chocolate fan, I recommend picking up the Vosges voucher from Gilt City so that those around you can indulge. :)

 

 

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