Chocolate High Heel - Perfect Milk, Dark or White Chocolate Gift

$35.00

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The chocolate high heel shoe will quickly become every fashionista's favorite accessory. Our chocolate high heels are not only unique but they taste as delicious as they look! The perfect milk, dark, or white chocolate gift for those who love a combination of good chocolate and a gorgeous pair of chocolate brown heels.

Please take note: Making the chocolate shoes is an art. Each of our products is handcrafted from a chocolate shoe mold and made to order. Therefore, we do not keep stock, so please allow at least 4-5 working days for individual gift items to be made before they can be shipped or picked up.

Shipping Requirement: Due to it's fragility, we can only ship the shoes 2nd Day or Overnight. Please pick accordingly at check out.

Ingredients - The High Heel Shoes are made using the finest couverture chocolate in Milk or Dark Chocolate. If you would like a specific Color High Heel, please specify in the customer notes and we'll do our best to fulfill that request!

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INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED
Our luxury artisan chocolates have been prominently featured in Vogue, Food Network, New York Times, and Chicago Tribune among many others. Cacao & Cardamom has been recognized by the International Chocolate Awards in 2019 winning 9 awards, including awards for innovation and gastronomy in chocolate.

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HANDCRAFTED IN HOUSTON, TEXAS

We are re-defining the world of chocolate with luxurious gifts handcrafted in Houston, TX. We combine whimsical flavors with classical French techniques to create a truly unique experience with every chocolate bon-bon. Making each bite memorable making our chocolate gift boxes the perfect gift.

Coming from a South-Asian background, the smell of cardamom, cumin, coriander, and fennel were spices that flowed through the house of our Chocolatier, but were rarely appreciated until Annie began to explore the intricacies of food in college. During her time at Boston University, she studied abroad in London and Amman with stops in Italy, Greece, Lebanon, Egypt, and China. During her travels around the world, she gained a special appreciation for food and began her love affair with the culinary arts.