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Life gets in the way sometimes, and we get that. So we’ve come up with a list of the best chocolate in Toronto, just for you. Whether you’re looking for a Sorry-I-Forgot, Sorry-I’m-Late, or I-Love-You present, chocolate is always the answer. Coming in raw, dark, milk, and white forms as bars, bonbons, and truffles, here is where you can get the good stuff.

SOMA Chocolatemaker
443 King Street West

Browse through the different bars of chocolate treats, and scope out the handmade truffles delicately displayed behind glass. Dark or milk, berries or nuts, SOMA has every kind you crave. Try the aged balsamic vinegar truffles made with Madagascar chocolate, or the dark chocolate almond cluster praline decorated with roasted almonds.

Nadege Patisserie
1099 Yonge Street.

Selecting the highest quality chocolate from around the world, Nadege features hand-made, sophisticated, artisan chocolate bonbons that’ll leave your mouth watering all day. 

MoRoCo Chocolat
215 Madison Avenue

Known for its beautifully decorated, gourmet chocolate truffles, MoRoCo offers more than 25 different types of these handcrafted truffles, confectionaries such as chocolate dipped marshmallows and almond toffee bark, and chocolate bars.

3040 Dundas Street West

Made with the best organic ingredients from Harmony Organic, and fair trade ingredients from the Dominican Republic, Delight’s delectable treats are all made in-house and hand-decorated. Interesting combinations like grapefruit and chilli truffles, or ones that pair dark chocolate with cheese, have people coming back for more.

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