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What You'll Get
Whether made into ice cream or packed in a truffle, chocolate is liable to melt under intense heat, making speedy consumption the only way to not end up weeping into a chocolate puddle. Prevent despair with today's Groupon to Schakolad Chocolate Factory in the Vineyards Shopping Center. Choose between the following options:
• For $4, you get $8 worth of ice cream.
• For $10, you get $22 worth of handmade European chocolates.
At Schakolad Chocolate Factory, a parade of artistic confections is prepared on site by the hands of skilled artisans from a wellspring of refined, high-quality ingredients, and presented in an eye-pleasing boutique fashion. Cool down cravings with one of nine ice-cream varieties made fresh in the store by Schakolad's flavormakers, whose methods include strewing mint ice cream with chocolate chips, paving a marshmallowy way with rocky road, and failing to bake CakeOlicious cake batter ($4/small, $5/medium, $6/large; cups or waffle cones).
For those who prefer their treats at room temperature, $22 fully covers a variety of shareable edibles. The Schakolad world is one in which strawberries enjoy a casual bath in chocolate streams, and one-bite truffles dress themselves in polite paper ruffles under the meticulous eye of trained chocolate artists. Chocolate business-card boxes leave a deliciously lasting impression on the hungry corporate elite ($15+), and regular, large, or ultimate assorted normal or sugar-free boxes pack a variety show of flavor ($15+). Usually available year-round, the popular fresh, large, and long-stem strawberries can be dipped in milk, dark, or white chocolate ($3.50 each).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 29, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only at this location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Schakolad Chocolate Factory
Baruch Schaked, cofounder of Schakolad Chocolate Factory, has melted, molded, and handcrafted chocolates across the globe since 1969. First working under his chocolatier father-in-law in Argentina, Schaked eventually traveled across Europe, participating in courses, attending seminars, and occasionally taking a dip in a chocolate fountain. Years later, after running a confectionary in southern Florida, Baruch was planning to sell the shop in favor of retirement. His son Edgar lovingly interceded in his determination to keep the three-generation family passion alive. Together, the two opened the first Schakolad Chocolate Factory in 1995, focusing on crafting fresh, hand-dipped chocolates.