How to Care for Your Chocolates

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The chocolates above have suffered through a smacking during removal from the molds. Yours will not look like this, unless you subject them to blunt force trauma or a child eagerly shaking the box to decipher what's inside. Here's what we recommend:

  1. Savor promptly. We don't say this (just) because it's cute, but because it's the best way to enjoy them. While our chocolates have a shelf life of 2-3 weeks, they will be the most flavorful and beautiful they'll ever be during their first week in your possession.
  2. Store in a cool, dry place away from light. This could be your desk drawer, a kitchen cabinet, under your bed, or next to the fake book in your library that opens a secret door.
  3. If you desperately want to keep them longer, place them in an air-tight container or wrap it in plastic wrap for safe keeping in the fridge. Allow at least 6 hours (24 hours is best) at room temperature before unwrapping or removing from the air-tight container. This will extend the shelf life to 1-2 months.

In summary: Savor promptly. Keep them dry and cool. Wrap them up to store longer in the fridge.