Top shelf liquors in a crystallized sugar shell dipped in chocolate. These chocolates are fabricated in the ancient method in which liquor syrup fills impressions made in a box of starch and are left to crystallize for 36 hours, creating a fragile sugar shell with a liquid center. Eat these with napkin in hand!
Like a shot of top shelf booze with a chocolate chaser!
Housemade eggs with a layer of dark chocolate and white chocolate that are so good you will want to eat them. (Which is more that can be said of the real Kinder Eggs.) There’s a cool French charm inside as well. All charms are part of a larger series so collect them all! (This charm is not edible and not recommended for children under 6.) $5.50 per egg
Pix offers decorative boxes of chocolates in the following sizes:
4 Pieces $12.50
6 Pieces $18.00
9 Pieces $26.00
16 Pieces $46.00
Boxes are filled with a random assortment of our chocolates. Please inquire about styles and colors.
And you thought Nutella was good…Try this lathered on a baguette or warm toast. Can also be melted and used as fondue or ice cream topping. $14
Literally “April Fish,” these are found in chocolate shops all across France for April Fool’s Day when young children slap paper fish onto unsuspecting adult’s backs, crying “Poisson d’Avril” as they run away. The chocolate version is best in your mouth, not on your back. Available March 25th through April 30th or by special order.
BOO! That’s what these little Trick-or-Treaters are screamin’. Chocolate ganache-covered pecans draped in marzipan with a marshmallow jack-o-lantern. Available in October.