Literally the best chocolate in the world. French chocolate got its rank by overtaking the largest manufacturers at the world's fair.
The first chocolate factory in the world was opened in France. The French are very serious about producing chocolate. In their chocolate, you will never find vegetable or animal fats, and cocoa beans will only the best quality.
The most famous shops
Michel Cluizel - the owner himself grows cocoa beans.
Debauve & Gallais is the oldest chocolate bar in Paris.
Patrick Roger - the sweet-shop of the famous Parisian artist and chocolatier. He creates masterpieces of art from chocolate.
How to do?
1. Go to any of more than 300 chocolate shops in Paris.
2. Do not rush to buy the first candy or chocolate bar, try different types and choose a few you liked the most.
3. Grab a bottle of wine and go to a picturesque place to eat your sweet-stuff.
You can buy a piece of chocolate from €1 (exclusive, custom-made chocolate bar or box of candies will cost up to €100).
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