Be sure to please your gift recipient in the United States by delivering the best chocolates handmade by Pascal Caffet, World Champion Chocolatier to his/her doorstep. zChocolat has been delivering its luxury chocolates in the United States since November 1st 1999. Whether you are shipping to New York, Los Angeles, Chicago or any other city or remote area in the United States, zChocolat delivers fine and high-end French chocolates within 2 business days in perfect conditions. A DHL tracking number is emailed to your attention upon shipment and a delivery confirmation receipt is emailed upon delivery.
Luxury French chocolates are a fantastic way to elevate any occasion. zChocolat is proud to offer sophisticated gifts ideal for major holidays like birthday gifts, Valentine's Day gifts as well as limitless customization options to create the perfect present for personal celebrations.
Chocolate could easily qualify as the United States of America’s national food. From “sea to shining sea,” Americans go crazy for all things cocoa, consuming roughly 18% of the world’s chocolate by value each year. In fact, 90% of Americans purchase chocolate on a regular basis, while up to 10% admit they personally enjoy eating chocolate daily. And while the majority of the nearly 13 lbs of chocolate eaten each year by individuals is originally purchased in grocery stores, there is an increasing interest in higher quality chocolates. Boutique-style chocolate store are popular in major cities like New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and San Diego, and the internet has put luxury chocolates within reach of the millions who live in more rural locations. Especially when it comes to giving gifts, imported European chocolates have become the preferred choice due to their richer flavors and creamier textures, with zChocolat acting as a particular favorite for connoisseurs seeking fine French chocolate for all occasions.
While historically known for frugality, Americans are increasingly seeking out luxury items. Unprecedented wealth in historically affluent cities like New York City and Boston coupled with rising fortunes in southern metropolitan areas like Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, and Miami have created a spike in demand for high end goods. And while some domestic chocolate retailers use gimmicks like edible sparkles or artificial colors to create more artistic-looking confections, nothing can compare to authentic European chocolates in terms of quality and taste. zChocolat relies exclusively on 100% pure, never blended, cocoa butters to create their world famous couvertures. Unlike mixed cocoas, which tend to result in muddled, unremarkable flavors, these single-origin cocoas are renowned for their distinctive taste and texture. From the pleasant bitterness of Venezuelan dark chocolate to the rich creaminess of Ivory Coast milk chocolate and from the unexpected nuances of Bolivian super dark chocolate to the smooth milky-ness of an unrivaled white chocolate, each signature recipe spotlights the very best of French chocolate making.
Thanks to a phenomenon sometimes referred to as “Christmas creep,” the Christmas season has slowly grown beyond its conventional post-Thanksgiving start date. As stores angle to entice eager holiday shoppers, winter-themed displays begin appearing sometimes as early as September. And despite occasional grumbling from some traditionalists, many consumers silently appreciate the opportunity to get started on the exhausting work of finding appropriate presents for everyone on their lists. By far the biggest gifting season of the year, in the States holiday generosity applies not only to close family and friends, but generally extends to neighbors, co-workers, and even favorite service providers, like postal workers or house cleaners. Thankfully, zChocolat simplifies Christmas shopping by offering a wide range of gourmet gifts, including a dedicated Christmas Collection featuring whimsical special-edition packaging and the most requested recipes from Master Chocolatier Pascal Caffet. From 4-piece selections that make beautiful stocking stuffers to elaborate boxes with hundreds of pieces perfect for large parties, there’s no better way to share something magical this Christmas season.
In addition to the high quality chocolate assortments that have formed the foundation for their reputation, zChocolat also offers a line of traditional French candies, and America’s world-famous sweet tooth has quickly developed a taste for these handmade delicacies.
Tangy-centered orangettes, Criollo-dusted chocamandines, plump pâtes de fruits and dense creamy truffles are just some of the confections that have become favorites of USA-based Francophiles.
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A defining characteristic of the United States is its diverse cultural makeup. Sometimes referred to as a “melting pot,” the American identity is a unique blend of backgrounds and customs from around the globe. And with this diversity has come an appreciation for flavors and ingredients from many different regions. zChocolat has likewise sought out the very best components from around the world for inclusion in each of their chocolate creations. Slow-roasted Piedmont hazelnuts for a pleasantly crumbly praline centers. Minced California almonds bathed in milk chocolate for an unexpectedly crunchy treat. Dark Kenyan coffee for an intensely dense ganache filling. Each zChocolat recipe calls for carefully sourced ingredients which are then combined without the addition of preservatives, artificial ingredients, or alcohol, allowing their natural flavors to shine through. Whether your recipient prefers classic chocolate combinations or is eager to experiment with more exotic ingredients, there’s a zChocolat assortment that’s sure to tantalize their taste buds.
Chocolate gifts are so ubiquitous on Valentine’s Day, many people wonder if the holiday itself is actually a clever invention of the chocolate industry. From miniature candy bars taped on children’s construction paper hearts to flowery heart-shaped chocolate boxes exchanged between sweethearts, sweet treats play a critical role on America’s most romantic holiday. zChocolat seeks to elevate the conventional drugstore candy box with passion-inspiring recipes and sophisticated packaging. Romantic Collection in particular brings together Pascal Caffet’s most masterful chocolate creations with exciting love-themed details. A stunning half-pound chocolate heart filled with milk chocolate-drenched hazelnut praline is perfect for proclaiming your affection from Seattle’s famous Space Needle, while gold leaf-covered chocolate hearts are an unforgettable memory maker following a stroll down Hollywood’s beloved Sunset Strip. Building a custom assortment exclusively from your significant other’s favorite chocolates or adding a golden padlock with a personalized combination are other ways to bring even more meaning and mystery to Valentine’s Day’s most traditional gift.
With the world’s largest national economy overall and the world’s second largest national economy in terms of purchasing power, the United States of America is home to over 30 million companies. As this vast number of businesses competes for clients and employees in an often-crowded market space, many have established some form of corporate gift-giving to show appreciation and encourage on-going loyalty. Whether it’s recognizing VIP clients, thanking key suppliers, or acknowledging team contributions, well-timed business gifts reflect positively on any brand’s image. zChocolat simplifies corporate gift giving by providing luxury products that can be readily personalized. Distinctive touches like the ability to include a logo on the box lid or engrave a client’s name on the front mean that every gift is sure to make an impression that lasts long after the chocolates themselves are gone. And with no minimum orders, 1-day shipping, and convenient volume discounts, it’s easy to always have just the right gift on hand.
Spanning more than 2000 miles from east to west, there are over 19000 cities and towns sprinkled across the United States of America all of which are only one business day away from receiving France’s finest chocolates. Whether it’s a wedding in the industrial northeast near Pittsburgh or an important convention in Silicon Valley near San Jose, DHL Express is proud to deliver exceptional European chocolates throughout the continental United States. To accommodate vast temperature differences, which can range from well-over 37 C during a Phoenix summer to well-below -17 C during a Chicago winter, zChocolat also uses special seasonal packaging featuring a reflective exterior, strategic ice packs, and a well-insulated interior to make sure each product arrives perfectly fresh and delicious. And with features like package tracking, signature on delivery, and delivery confirmation, you’ll never be left wondering if a gift destined for Miami accidentally ended up in Minneapolis instead.
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