Asking for Gourmet Chocolate? The Answer is Askinosie

May 24, 2012

If you’re a chocolate connoisseur, then you know that it is hard to find truly delicious and high-quality gourmet chocolate. Sure, there are lots of stores in Miami and indeed around the world that make the claim, but there can only be one best. So, who is it? Where can you go to satisfy your sweet tooth while knowing full heartedly that there is no better place to feed your craving? It may seem petty, but thus are the desires of those truly devoted to luxury – It must be the best!

Well, if you go by the word of the admittedly authoritative chocolate-oisseurs at Bon Appétit Magazine, you’ll find a preference for a small little Missouri-based chocolate factory by the name of Askinosie chocolate. What makes this little factory so special, and why is their chocolate so good? Probably because they buy straight from the chocolate bean farmers, and since their opening in the mid-2000s they have honed their craft to a perfection and developed all sorts of scrumptious sweet goodies.

Whether you are a dark chocolate fanatic, a no-nonsense milk chocolate eater, or even if you are one of the more adventurous types to try out something altogether new like their black licorice chocolate bar, you will find that Askinosie quickly becomes your go-to chocolate manufacturer any time you are looking for the pinnacle of gourmet chocolate. Mother’s Day just passed, but it’s only a matter of time until desire for cocoa creeps back into your life in some form or another – Just remember Askinosie gourmet chocolate and you’ll be a-okay.

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