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A Chocolate Lovers Guide to Boston

Boston and its surrounding communities are blessed with winning sports teams, world-renowned universities, and leaders in industry and business. Lucky for us, we are also blessed with incredible chocolate makers who sweeten our lives with their craft. Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, so we put together a list of our favorite chocolate shops in the Boston area.

L.A. Burdick, or “Burdick’s, sets a high standard in the area for handmade chocolates. With a shop and café off Newbury Street, you can eat and drink chocolate 7 days a week if you please! Their iconic chocolate mouse delights both children and adults.

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Another Newbury spot coming all the way from Switzerland is teuscher chocolates. Enjoy their classic chocolate bars and their infamous champagne truffles that will leave you feeling bubbly.

For an over the top chocolate experience, stop by Beacon Hill Chocolate on Charles Street. These artisan chocolates are as beautiful as they are delicious.

One of the most successful chocolate companies from the area is Taza Chocolate. Known for their unique stone-ground style, you can find their chocolates in shops all over the city or visit their Somerville factory for a chocolate tour!

Located in the same building as Taza, EHChocolatier, won Best of Boston Chocolate in 2014 & 2015 by Boston Magazine. One of our clients worked with this chocolate shop to create beautiful wedding favors for their Boston celebration.

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Last but certainly not least, is Purefections Chocolate based in Quincy. Owned and operated by sisters, they are wonderful to work with to create custom gifts that will leave lasting impressions.

Now that you know where to pick up the best chocolates, take a romantic trip down to Cape Cod.