$900 Box of Japanese Tea-Infused Chocolates

Tea-Infused Chocolates

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and demand for the finest chocolates doesn’t wane. If you’re looking for some truly special chocolates, then this just might be what you need. Perfect for people who love tea and chocolates, the set comes from Japanese chocolate maker Sils Maria. Beautifully packaged and uniquely prepared, the “Tea Connection: Fresh Chocolates from Three Uji Teas” is a box of the goodies, which comes with three varieties of quality tea, costs 100,000 yen, or around $900.

Tea-Infused Chocolates

Created in collaboration with 150 year old tea retailer and manufacturer Tsuji Rihei Honten, the gourmet collection of tea chocolates consists of 20 pieces each of the three decadent varieties. This includes Matcha Fresh Chocolate (with powdered green tea, cream, champagne and Belgian white chocolate), ‘Fresh chocolate with roasted stem Uji Gyokuro tea’ (using Uji-grown Gyokuro tea hoji-cha stem and fine whiskey) and Fresh Uji Sencha Chocolates (made out of Belgian white chocolate, fresh sage and Uji green tea).

Tea-Infused Chocolates

Sils Maria is famous as the first brand to produce the fresh, ganache-like type of chocolate now known as nama-choco (raw chocolate), and combined with Tsuji Rihei Honten’s award-winning teas, the chocolates are sure to be a delightfully refined treat.

Tea-Infused Chocolates

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Written by Slamchica

Aleksandra Arsenovic graduated with a degree in economics and has a master degree in tourism. Since she worked as a travel agent, she has traveled around the world and developed an interest in luxurious hotels and exotic destinations. As a big fashion fan, Aleksandra loves expensive and luxury fashion items. As an editor of Extravaganzi she shares her knowledge about travels, fashion and accessories.


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