Six to try
Royce and Burgundy Hospitality has launched what happens to be the country’s most expensive chocolate. Called the Aroma Chocolate Collection, it is sourced from six of the top cocoa-growing countries in the world — Ghana, Trinidad, Madagascar, Ivory Coast, Ecuador and Venezuela. At Rs 1,295 for a box of 32 pieces, at Royce stores. Details: 08884930234
If you are looking for a healthier alternative to white sugar, try EID Parry’s new brand of 100 per cent cane sugar called Amrit. Light brown, with the characteristic aroma of sugarcane juice, it contains nutrients like magnesium, calcium, iron, phosphorous and potassium, and blends well with both tea and coffee. Priced at Rs 30 for half a kilo. Details: 24840051
Food delivery service, Dinein now offers artisanal chocolates sourced from across the country. Curated by L Nitin Chordia of Cocoatrait, the range of chocolates includes single origin, organic, vegan and gluten free. Interesting flavours include palm, cane and beet sugar. There’s Belgian and French chocolates too.
From Rs 190 for 40 grams onwards.