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TrishUntrapped | Dec 9, 201303:54 AM     68

I'm heading down to Kee's in NYC this weekend to pick up some chocolates for a holiday party. But while Kee's is great, the chocolates have a short shelf life and can only be purchased at her stores. So I won't be able to get any for Christmas.

Does anyone have any great chocolate rec's available online?

I can pass one tip on myself. Locally, there is a woman in Weston, CT who handmakes exotic Indian-inspired chocolates using top quality Belgian chocolate.

I had the pleasure to meet her and sample her chocolates last week for a story I'm writing. So if you know a chocolate enthusiast who would enjoy flavors such as Intense Raspberry Truffles, Orange Almond Clusters, Halva Heaven, Masala Chai, and Wasabi Ginger, give Le Rouge a shot.

http://www.lerougebyaarti.com/collect...

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