Redeemed January 9, 2012
What You'll Get
People frequently use chocolate to express wordless emotions, such as "I love you," "you're sweet," or "I'm glad you're my parole officer." Send sweet signals with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of chocolates, pastries, and more at Beijo de Chocolat.
Recipients of numerous candy-coated trophies including prizes from the Chicago Chocolate Salon, the confectionary champions at Beijo de Chocolat reward customers with a toothsome assortment of cocoa creations. Intrepid nibblers can decadently dine on international sweets with a bevy of rich truffles and Brazilian brigadeiros (starting at $1.50 each)—extra smooth, South American morsels whose origins are famously chronicled in the musical Brigadoon. Opt for classics including ganache-packed dark-chocolate or raspberry truffles, or expand hunger horizons with curious chomps such as the hand-painted champagne bites. Aside from these saccharine sweetmeats, Beijo de Chocolat also features a competitive crew of other confectionary candidates. Carmel-apple toffee ($8.50 for a quarter lb.) summons familial flavors of autumn, while a trio of chocolate-covered marshmallows ($2) takes away the gooey guesswork by arriving atop a hand-friendly stick perch. Bakery selections such as cranberry-orange muffins ($2.50) will knock some zesty enunciation into muttering morning mouths, and red-velvet cupcakes ($2.50) derive their signature color and sensual appeal using real velvet sourced from the finest cream-cheese-covered love seats.
Wash down tenacious bonbons with a restorative quaff from Beijo de Chocolat’s panoply of coffee and tea candidates. Stay wide-eyed and minty fresh with an espresso-kissed peppermint-patty latte ($4.50), or percolate perkiness with a blast of northern Italy’s Bristot coffee (starting at $1.65 for a 12 oz. cup). Beijo de Chocolat also sells loose tea by the bag ($10 for 30 oz.), supplying signature steeps for at-home sippers and palliative placebos for catnip addicts.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 11, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.