Edible Chocolate Box

When looking for an unforgettable chocolate gift, don't think outside the box.
created by

Charles Siegel

$65.00

Charles Siegel created by

Charles Siegel

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You Can Even Eat the Dishes

When looking for an unforgettable chocolate gift, don't think outside the box. Chocolatier Charles Siegel takes over a pound of pure chocolate to create a handcrafted and, yes, edible box to hold 18 of his signature fleur de sel caramels. He pours a rich bittersweet chocolate blend into a custom mold to form the base, then adds white chocolate to a second mold to make the delectable lid. An all-natural cocoa butter transfer adds a beautiful floral motif to the top, so the package looks as good as it tastes. Handmade in San Francisco, California.

Charles Siegel

created by

Charles Siegel

location

California

“I view every chocolate I make as equal to the worst ingredient I put in it, so we only use the best.”

Chuck Siegel has been a part of the San Francisco chocolate scene for three decades. He taught himself everything he knows about the chocolatier's art through trial and error until he perfected the confections he offers today. After selling his first chocolate company, Chuck took a break from making confections to work as a business consultant. But he couldn't stay away for long and founded a second artisan chocolate company where he remains today. He set out to make chocolates using only the finest ingredients. "The guiding philosophy that drives both how we make our chocolate and the ingredients we use," Chuck says, "is that I view every chocolate I make as equal to the worst ingredient I put in it, so we only use the best."

Handmade Made in the USA
Measurements
4.5" L x 4.5" W x 2" H; Contains 18 fleur de sel caramels
Ingredients
Item ID
47223

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