11 Most Expensive Chocolates in the World

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Eager to know the top 11 most expensive chocolates in the world? We know that each and every one of you, chocolate lover or not, are all excited to know it, right? Everybody loves chocolates, whether you are young or young at heart. Chocolate is the ideal and wonderful gift. It is a perfect gift to a person if you want to express that you are sorry for doing a bad thing or say thank you for showing your appreciation.

Chocolate is a kind of food preparation made from ground roasted cacao seeds which are typically sweet, brown or dark in color, in the form of a paste or solid block. It is a kind of delicacy that to a certain level is also healthy to eat. Although there are terrible feedback and not so good reputation that chocolates may cause an individual to have pimples, diabetes or increase one’s weight, there are also some healthiness connected with this sweet treat.


Chocolate’s potential benefits include lowering cholesterol levels and improving blood pressure. This is because chocolates contain Plant Sterols and Cocoa Flavanols that have a good effect and support a low-fat diet of an individual.  Munching one chocolate at a time is also good for your brain for it wards off memory failure. Two cups of hot chocolates a day sustains the blood flow in the brain. It also lowers the risk of developing heart disease and prevent stroke.

After learning some facts about chocolates, we bring a list of the 11 most expensive chocolates in the world according to their price tag for you to enjoy and if money is not an issue, indulge and pamper yourself in buying one. You can also buy a box or two and present them with the overload cheesiness to your love. You might also want to check out our article about the 11 Countries that Consume the Most Chocolate in the World and find out if your country is one of them.

Let’s check out the most expensive chocolates in the world:

11. Godiva “G” Collection

Cost: $120
Designed by pastry chef Norman Love, this collection contains only 15 chocolates you can indulge or share. Originated from Belgium, the “G” chocolate collection are made of unique flavors and ingredients like the Mexican Hot Chocolate, Tasmanian Honey, and Palet d’Or; which is also consists of high class cocoa beans and other first-rate ingredients that supported each type of chocolate.


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