“Our bonbons always steal the show. There’s just something to be said about having a nice date night with some chocolate and flowers on Valentine’s Day,” says Toronto chocolatier Kata Ambrus, who owns Chocolat de Kat on St. Clair Avenue West in Toronto.
Ambrus and her team create unique flavour combinations that are hand-painted, making candies that are almost too beautiful to eat. Paintbrushes, sponges or even airbrushes are used to create bites of chocolate art.
The Valentine’s Day collection includes a charcuterie board-inspired box dubbed the “Char-cutie” Collection. It’s a mix of classic flavours such as Tiramisu, Très Leches and Pretzel Praline, and unique combos such as Honey Ritz Parm and Gin Negroni.Link to original article.