The Most Luxurious Chocolatiers To Gift and Indulge In

Whether you’re still in search of that perfect gift or in the mood for treating yourself, why not give these holiday-edition chocolates a try? As the saying goes, the best way to someone’s heart is through his and her stomach. With only the finest selections, we’ve curated our favorite chocolatiers to deliver to loved ones as well as indulge in for yourself.


-Amber Lyons


Over 160 years ago, founder Jean Nehaus invented the Belgian praline and opened his shop in Brussel’s Galerie de la Reine. Today, the shop still remains and houses chocolates that are a “symphony of taste and texture” and prioritizes “The Gift of Caring” through every piece of chocolate.

Balotin Winter, 54,00€
Ultimate Festive Gift Box, 150,00€
Belgian Chocolate Moments, 14,00€
Belgian Moments Orangettes Winter, 14,00€


Representing “expression of taste and the artistic expression of chocolate”, La Maison du Chocolate is keen in rich balance. Its proportion goes as follows: chocolate, flavor (fruit, spice, or infusion), and more chocolate.

La Maison Initiation Box, $65
La Maison Du Chocolat Boite Maison, $192


With its celebration of women and time-honored tradition, this premier Belgian chocolatier is a classic go-to for gift-giving.


Assorted Chocolate Gold Gift Box, $175
7-Tier Ultimate Chocolate Gift Tower, $315
Trunk Gift Basket, $150
Taste of Godiva, 12 Month Chocolate Subscription, $430


Founded more recently in 1983, this Japanese chocolate included quality ingredients and unique delicacies that melt in your mouth.

Maccha Box, $95
Royce’ Collection “Brown” $99
Royce’ Christmas Selection, $69
Royce’ Party Treat, $49


For that person on your list who likes to try something interesting, this Chicago-based chocolatier produces unique combinations such as Mexican chilis, ginger, and bacon.

Exotic Truffle Collection, $48
Vosges Haut Chocolate Tower, $80
Vosges Exotic Truffle Collection, $85


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