Sunday, February 5, 2012

Even the Heart-Shaped Box is Made Out of Chocolate

Posted By on Sun, Feb 5, 2012 at 12:00 PM

Love is one of the finest things on earth, and you can buy it with chocolate this time of year.

Now, the quality of the love you receive post-Valentine's Day is not directly proportional to the quality of chocolate you bring to the bartering table, but there is a correlation. With this in mind I direct you to the mighty Sabino Artisan Chocolates at 10110 N. Oracle Road.

I'm not sure what's impressed me more in recent weeks, the store's bacon-covered chocolate or the bon bons that come in a heart-shaped box made out of chocolate. For a better look at all of that and a little jaunt through the chocolate-covered galaxy the store's owners call home, check out their newsletter right here.

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