Grownups can feel like a kid in a candy store at Leonidas Belgian Chocolates. It’s a haven for grownups with a sweet tooth. There is an array of dreamy and decadent chocolates to choose from.
Their most bought chocolates are Manon Cafe. The Manon, which was introduced in 1935 by Leonidas’ nephew Basile, was revolutionary replacing the fondant sugar coating with white chocolate and the walnut with a grilled hazelnut. The Manon Cafe is to die for with a flavorful and creamy center. The whole hazelnut makes it even more scrumptious.
The Bergamote Milk is a smooth milk chocolate piece with bergamot oil filling. It is sticky and sweet. The Manon White has a smooth buttercream that makes this little piece of chocolate extra decadent. The milk chocolate Lingot Milk was good but the center, there’s not much to describe.
The Louise White, a white chocolate praline with carmelized nuts, is delicious. It has more flavor than its sister chocolate Louise Milk. The Bretagne Dark has a sticky, scented caramel center that is both sweet and salty. Feeling tropical? The Coco Milk is a chocolate ball covered with rasped coconut and has a nice coconut flavor.
Founded in 1913 by Greek-born Belgian Leonidas Kestekides, Leonidas is a world-renowned chocolatier selling over 100 different kinds of Belgian chocolates to outlet stores worldwide. Drop in and help yourself to some chocolate delights.