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What You'll Get
A delicately prepared chocolate can make a woman's heart sing, a child's mouth smile, and a crossing guard's whistle taste even more like justice. Stock up on tasty times with today's Groupon: for $16, you get a one-pound box of assorted chocolates at Schakolad Chocolate Factory (up to a $33 value).
Schakolad Chocolate Factory's confectionery craftspeople hand dip more than 70 varieties of European-style chocolates and truffles constructed in custom molds. The boutique greets customers with themed displays hosting cacao comestibles such as milk-chocolate cars, chocobunnies snuggled into cellophane nests, or a series of chocolate busts depicting Potter County school superintendents. A one-pound assorted box abounds with 35 creamy squares of white, dark, and milk chocolate. Before parceling them out, well-fed artists crown each milky morsel with a festive motif including stars, hearts, and Buicks.
Though Schakolad Chocolate Factory sometimes offers discounted prices online, this Groupon still presents the best deal available.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 30, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid toward alcohol. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Schakolad Chocolate Factory
Though cloaked in a velvety chocolate shell, the shape is unmistakable—a tail curved into a half-moon, claws frozen mid-snap. It’s definitely a scorpion. And, if the opinions of the chocolate summer camp’s 8-year-old gourmands can be trusted, it’s also delicious.
Though Schakolad Chocolate Factory owners DeRima and Gary Johnson have been trained in meticulous European chocolate-making techniques that date back three generations, they encourage playfulness and experimentation at their shop. For example, chocolate-making events empower chocolate aficionados to experiment with flavor combinations, and Ms. Johnson recently unveiled chocolate quesadillas for a Cinco de Mayo celebration. The chocolatiers are also happy to customize orders, from scribing messages atop glossy chocolate bars to creating chocolate molds that match the circumferences of customers’ mouths.