What You'll Get
At first, the Aztecs punished their enemies by pouring hot chocolate down their throats, until the proud warriors found out their foes actually liked it and promptly switched to molten gold. Relive the pleasure of those lucky few conquistadors with today's deal: for $15, you get $30 worth of handcrafted truffles, confections, and more at Davidson Chocolate Co.. Davidson has two locations in Davidson, and one in Dilworth in the East Blvd Harris Teeter shopping center. This deal is valid for in-store purchases only.
A peek inside Davidson Chocolate Co. reveals chocolate concocters handcrafting a cocoa collection of truffles, fudges, and desserts. Davidson's truffles ($8.25 per quarter-pound) are faithfully composed to the tune of an 1887 recipe. Try the cherry cordials, crème de menthe, and hot-chili truffles to detect their 70% cocoa consistency. The shop's English toffee ($7 per quarter-pound) makes the perfect St. Swithun's Day gift for Lord Bucklington of Nottingchestcerford, with its crumbled almonds and buttery texture. Other confections include the chocolate-covered caramel cups ($7 per quarter-pound) and richly textured coconut crèmes with almond ($7 per quarter-pound). If you're avoiding sugar, the shop also carries a wide range of sugar-free snacks that are equally sumptuous.
For those sweet-teeth saters who’d rather hoard the truffles and fudge for themselves, the Davidson Chocolate Co. offers clever gift ideas such as mugs, teas, and aprons. Bring in your favorite champagne, wine, or nonalcoholic beverage, and Davidson Chocolate will dip it, package it, and decorate it in delectable chocolate ($19.95), a far more appetizing gift than when you dipped the brand-new RV trailer in a Peruvian tar pit.
Must use entire Groupon in one visit. Not valid online or for shipping.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 22, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must use in 1 visit. In-store purchases only. No cash back or credit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.