Delectable, smooth, rich, tasty morsels of delightful chocolate. Yea, this isn’t just any chocolate, it’s handcrafted divinity.
Crafted by the recently local San Diegan, David Bacco Chocolatier. You could be getting your hands on some of these puppies.
My point is, you should be ordering some chocolates right this very second. Even though Christmas is all about the birth of Christ, and the gifts are just a sweet treat for our enjoyment, I strongly urge you to purchase some of these chocolates, if you knew what was good for you.
Don’t buy into those cheesy Kay commercials. Every kiss certainly does NOT begin with Kay.
It begins with gourmet one-of-a-kind, exotic chocolates. Duh.
Let’s be serious for a second….(while I show you pics of the chocolate-making process)
Why did they invent calendars with chocolate in them? Simple–because of the chocolate, not for the need of a December-only calendar. That would be silly.
Why did they come up with chocolate orange slices that come in orange-colored foil. Because if you grew up like me–getting a nice ripe orange in your stocking, along with and a variety of uncracked nuts–a chocolate orange is even better than a real orange.
Why is there such a thing as C.A. (Chocoholics Anonymous). All because of the chocolate. Yea, it has it’s powers…beware.
If that wasn’t convincing enough, if you bought chocolate instead of other stuff, just think of how many trips to Goodwill that you will be saving yourself from, in about 5 years when all the clothes get worn and the toys get old.
I’ll tell you what, here’s a deal you can’t resist: (see, I could’t resist it…)
David Bacco, the Chocolatier wants to give you all a fancy discount, for being such loyal LYK followers:
- One free Single Origin Bar (value is $7.95) with all order over $50.00.
- A bundle of 6 chocolate bars for $40.00 (regularly $47.70).
- 10% off all orders through January 1. Not to be combined with the other two offers.
Please take advantage of any of the offers, listed above, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, subject: BLOG ME.
Thanks, David, for this awesome chocolate tasting and demo! I especially loved the Incanto [passionfruit/caramel], Toscano [basil/lemon], Montserrat [Caribbean spices/bitter chocolate].