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20 Dec

Montréal’s best chocolate shops

Chocolate is everybody’s favourite treat. Whether you’re a fan of dark, milk or white chocolate, the sweet treat always manages to put a smile on everyone’s face.

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Une photo publiée par Chocolats Geneviève Grandbois (@chocolatsgg) le 30 Janv. 2015 à 12h01 PST

Montréal is a city filled with skillful food artisans and chocolate makers are no exception. We have our fair share of exceptional chocolate shops spread through the city. We’ve listed some of our favourites below by neighbourhood, so you can head to the one closest to you when a chocolate craving hits or when you need an exquisite chocolate gift. Each one of these is run by a passionate artisan who excels at his art. We have no doubt that you’ll find a favourite among their many creations from molded crispy bars, to rich, decadent truffles or luscious, stuffed bonbons.

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Une photo publiée par Bronwyn ‘Dharana’ Lefebvre (@bronwynle5) le 31 Août 2014 à 17h00 PDT

Divine Chocolatier: For over 22 years, chocolatier Richard Zwierzynski has specialized in the time-honoured traditions of classic chocolate-making.


Chocolats Geneviève Grandbois (Atwater Market): Many of Montréal’s most-celebrated chocolate makers are women, and Geneviève Grandbois is a stellar example. She controls every step of the process, from harvesting the beans at her plantation in Costa Rica to the creation of whimsical flavour combinations that are always a delight to discover.

Une photo publiée par N∆D (@fragola_limone) le 17 Avril 2016 à 16h17 PDT

Chocolat Gendron: Located inside the Ogilvy department store, Chocolat Gendron handmade chocolates are packaged in an elegant, pyramid shaped box that’s sure to impress.

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