Those of you who know me must be wondering what on earth would I have to say about chocolate? As a non-choccie fanatic (yes, I can go for three months without eating chocolate… believe it or not), I give you….. *drum roll*…… what I do best…..a flash fiction piece.
Each chocolate craved the coveted central position in the chocolate display.
"I should be given first preference!" the well-known Mr. Cadbury silenced everyone.
"What's the fuss about? I deserve it," the haughty Mr. Toblerone piped up.
The exotic chocolate truffles stared down at the barely-tolerated baking chocolate, while a bevy of Nestle milky bars batted their eyes and giggled at the sight of a smooth, dark Belgian chocolate hunk who passed by.
Signorina Ferrero Rocher emerged in all her golden glory, followed by Fraulein Lindt and a collective sigh could be heard from the chocolate gallery.
There was a stunned silence as, without warning, the utterly gorgeous and unbelievably expensive Noka Vintages collection made the grand entrance.
The fight was over.
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SOME CHOCCIE-WOCCIE FUN…
$854 a pound
NōKA Chocolate is an American company, based in Plano, Texas, that markets itself as “a chocolatier specializing in gourmet chocolate gifts.” The company’s products are made from chocolate it says is sourced from Venezuela, Trinidad, the Ivory Coast, and Ecuador. It provides its customers with a “Tasting Guideline” in every box. The company’s founder says that its products are “not so much candy as a tasting experience.” Given the prices charged for the chocolates, one newspaper has written, “NoKA is not for the faint of heart — or pocketbook