How much do you think the most expensive chocolate in the world is worth? Would you buy it if it was guaranteed to be the best chocolate you’ve ever tasted?
These are the five most expensive chocolates in the world.
Noka Chocolate was an American chocolate company that sadly went out of business in 2011. It’s still wroth noting that their “Vintages Collection” released in 2006 came with a price tag of $854 USD per pound.
DeLafée of Switzerland’s Gold Chocolate Box comes with a Swiss National Bank gold coin that was minted between 1910 and 1920. Additionally, gold leaf is applied by hand to each of the 8 chocolates in the box. Which is probably why this particular box costs $330 USD.
The most expensive non-jeweled chocolate egg is named The Golden Speckled Egg. It weighs 110 pounds and was bought for over $10,000.
DeLafée is one of those high-end luxury brands that most people in the middle and lower class don’t even know about. Covered with 24 karat gold leaf, Just two small chocolates cost $57 USD.
To’ak chocolate – the people who brought you the $270 USD 2014 harvest chocolate bar – also offer a chocolate that’s been aged for 3 years in a French oak cognac cask for $365.