What You'll Get
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Mass-produced confections will soon be smeared across your palate at holiday parties, holiday birthday parties, and holiday demolition derbies. Remind yourself what legitimately outrageous chocolate tastes like with today’s Groupon. Reawaken your sophisticated chocolate channels with $20 worth of luscious edibles at Coco-Luxe Confections for $10.
Treat your relatives and the people you love to the ritziest of chocolates at Coco-Luxe. Very few people will know how to top heat-activated, mouth-melting caramels ($6.95 for three) or beautiful handcrafted chocolates ornamented with quaint and precious holiday designs. Or give your own sweet tooth a decadent box of spiced, chocolate-powdered dragee nuts or adorable and delectable artisan truffles that introduces you to several different goodies in one happy package for $31.95. Your $20 Groupon will cover a box of nine truffles at $18.95 or can put a solid dent in the price of a larger gift box.
Note: Not valid for hot chocolate or other beverages.
- Somewhat like an adventure down candy cane lane, this box will take you on a journey of favorite flavors not often tasted in chocolates… Coco-luxe chocolates are twice as thick as many of the artisan chocolates produced in a similar fashion, enough for two delectable mouthfuls from each square. – Tamara Bitticks
- No one who sets eyes on a box of Coco-luxe can fail to be attracted—nay, can fail to want to snatch a piece. This young company has succeeded in creating a line that looks like nothing else in Chocolatedom. – The Nibble
Candy for the Super-Rich
While the confections of Coco-Luxe are as decadent as candy can be, but still affordable for the non-millionaire, candies from the Genteel Candy Concern are so pricey that only the super-rich can afford them. Here are a few of their treats:
- Cherry Truffles: Be careful! This cherry-chocolate treat has a pit inside—a diamond that eaters are expected to discreetly swallow to ensure poor people can't get a look at it.
- Million Dollar Brownies: This gilded brownie tin is just an empty box that costs $100,000. The self-satisfaction of its purchase is way more filling than candy.
- Extravagant Reese's Cups: For the price of a new zoo exhibit, you can eat a regular Reese's Cup in front of a pile of burning dollar bills. Hiring child actors to love you while you do it costs extra.
- Gingerbread Mansion: Life-sized and located in a gated Arizona community accessible only by blimp.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 24, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may purchase multiple as gifts. Not valid for drinks or with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.