Happy birthday! We will double the amount of chocolate on your order.
Joyeux anniversaire ! Nous doublerons gracieusement la quantité de chocolat sur votre commande.
¡Feliz Cumpleaños! Doblaremos la cantidad de chocolates en su pedido.
Cyber Monday Until Midnight PST today: we DOUBLE THE AMOUNT OF CHOCOLATE on all orders placed online.
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  • Cyber Monday Jusqu'au 28/11 08:59 : nous DOUBLONS GRATUITEMENT la quantité de chocolat !
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  • Cyber Monday Hasta la 28/11 08:59 : DOBLAMOS GRATUITAMENTE la cantidad de chocolate de sus pedidos.
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  • We guaranty Christmas delivery worldwide for all orders received no later than Tuesday December 20 PST
    Nous garantissons la livraison pour Noël dans le monde entier jusqu'au mercredi 21 décembre 12H GMT
    Garantizamos la entrega para Navidad en el mundo entero hasta el miércoles 21 de Didiembre a las 12H GMT
    To celebrate Women’s Day (March 8), we DOUBLE the number of chocolates included in each online order!
    Pour célébrer la Journée de la Femme le 8 mars, nous doublons la quantité de chocolats sur toutes les commandes.
    Este Día de la Mujer (8 de marzo), doblamos gratuitamente la cantidad de chocolates en cualquier pedido hecho en línea.
    This week, we offer a complimentary chocolate covered in pure 24 karat food-grade gold leaf with each product purchased.
    Cette semaine, nous vous offrons un chocolat Z recouvert à la main d’une feuille d’or 24 carats pour toute commande de chocolats.
    Esta semana, ofrecemos un chocolate Z recubierto a mano de una hoja de oro 24 quilates con cada pedido de chocolates.

    Celebrated by the Irish community around the world, St. Patrick’s Day is becoming increasingly popular because of its festive spirit and conviviality. As well as reunions with friends and the festivities in the street, small dishes and delights were often concocted, as symbols of St Patrick’s Day. Why not share some delicious chocolates or give some to your loved ones for the occasion?

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    Discover our selection of French chocolates, a perfect match for the traditional St Patrick’s Day tipple; the beer. You will be amazed at how well the two flavours pair together on the palette.

    Ales and stouts are recommended with a strong dark or fruity chocolate. Thus, after an attack of total bitterness, the extreme delicacy of the fruity accents of the chocolate reveals a perfectly balanced acidity, which supports the woody and fleshy notes, without hiding them.

    Our selection :

    Assortment of Dark Chocolates
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    Treat yourself with this assembly of the most sophisticated zChocolat parts. With fillings ranging from sour passion fruit to bitter Kenyan coffee, each piece of this assortment has been selected for its silky, 70% dark cocoa coating. The resulting collection is both robust and sensual, and is sure to be appreciated by dark chocolate lovers around the world.

    Assortment of Exotic Chocolates
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    With ingredients sourced from all around the world, the Exotic assortment is an overview of the most indulgent and unique zChocolate recipes. Classic French chocolate blends perfectly with flavours such as coconut, lemon, rose, coriander, pistachio, sesame and to create an unexpected and exciting array of chocolates. This assortment includes pieces 12 to 24 from our numbered collection.

    Lagers and Pale Ales work perfectly with milk chocolate (although dark can also be suitable). The sweeter, creamier flavors of milk chocolate will reveal the acidulous and fruity flavours of a paler beer, showcasing its delicate notes.

    Our selection :

    Assortment of Milk Chocolates
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    Our premium quality milk chocolates with 100% pure cocoa butter, pressed from the best cocoa beans from the Ivory Coast. The result is a creamy confectionery that perfectly balances the sweetness and rich flavour of chocolate. Combining 13 of our most popular milk chocolate recipes from our numbered collection, plus two Z chocolates, this assortment is the perfect way to pamper those with a passion for milk chocolate.

    Amber Ales and darker Largers are ideal with praline chocolates. Amber has caramelized and spicy hints that match perfectly with the roundness and crunch of this kind of chocolate. These particularly festive flavours will glisten on the caramelized notes of copper amber.

    Our selection:

    Assortment of Pralinés
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    The classic French praline is the symbol of perfection in this extraordinary assortment. Chosen from our famous numbered collection, each piece contains carefully ground ingredients such as hazelnut, sesame seed, almond, pistachio, coriander and walnut, all mixed with the just the right amount of premium quality cocoa. With a slightly sandy texture and a rich nutty flavour, you will understand why our pralines are sought after all over the world.

    And something to satisfy all palates, because there is a chocolate that goes well with every variety of beer:

    Our selection :

    The elegant zBox is the perfect backdrop for the recipes that have made zChocolat famous. From sweet and unpretentious to dark and exotic, this assortment includes the full range of flavours found in our numbered collection.

     

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    See the rest of our chocolate delights in the shop

    Do you know all about St. Patrick’s Day?

    According to legend, Saint Patrick (his real name Maewyn Succat) was born in Scotland around the year 385. Apparently kidnapped at the age of 16 by pirates and taken to Ulster, he was then sold as a slave to an Irish druid, for whom he worked for six years.

    He discovered the Christian religion and quickly became a devoted follower. After having a dream during which he met God, he fled to England where he became a priest. In 432, Pope Celestine asked him to return to Ireland to convert the Irish, who had been pagans and close with the Druids until then. He travelled to Ireland where he later started building monasteries, churches and schools in which to teach both peasants and royalty alike, about his beliefs.

    Celebrated by the Irish community around the world, St. Patrick’s Day is becoming increasingly popular because of its festive spirit and conviviality. As well as reunions with friends and the festivities in the street, small dishes and delights were often concocted, as symbols of St Patrick’s Day. Why not share some delicious chocolates or give some to your loved ones for the occasion?
    Discover our selection of French chocolates, a perfect match for the traditional St Patrick’s Day tipple; the beer. You will be amazed at how well the two flavours pair together on the palette.

    Ales and stouts are recommended with a strong dark or fruity chocolate. Thus, after an attack of total bitterness, the extreme delicacy of the fruity accents of the chocolate reveals a perfectly balanced acidity, which supports the woody and fleshy notes, without hiding them.

    It is to St Patrick that we owe the symbolism of the clover as a representation of Ireland. Legend has it that to convert the Irish, Saint Patrick used the clover in his explanation of the Holy Trinity; each leaf representing the Father, the Son or the Holy Spirit.

    A party fallen into popular habits

    The custom of St. Patrick’s Day was to wear a clover in the buttonhole and go to Mass. In the 17th century, the Catholic Church recognized it as a religious festival and the Pope at the time decided to include the celebration in the Christian calendar around the year 1630. Although St. Patrick’s Day is held during Lent, the temporary lapse in fasting was tolerated.

    In 1903, the British Parliament associated St Patrick’s Day with another celebration: The Bank Holiday Ireland Act. It is celebrated by a parade and various festivals in several countries, including Ireland (since the 1930s), but also the United States, Canada and Australia. Contrary to what many may think, the first St. Patrick’s Day celebration did not take place in Ireland, but in Boston, USA, in 1737, where many Irish had settled during the 17th and 18th centuries. In 1995, the Irish government decided to transform the parade into a 5-day festival. Dances, parades, music and fireworks all contribute to this joyful celebration. The color green is very present, symbolizing the clover of Saint Patrick, but also the arrival of spring, as well as the leprechauns (a small imaginary creature of the Irish folklore).