If you want to boost your mood with a sweet chocolate treat, several locally-owned shops have just what you need to satisfy your craving. You’ll find everything from bark to bonbons made right here in Kentucky. The chocolate shops offering pickup or delivery near our apartments in Louisville include:
Cellar Door Chocolates
While preparing to defend her thesis, Erika Chavez-Graziano realized she was no longer passionate about academia. Her advisor encouraged her to follow her dreams. That’s how Cellar Door Chocolates was born. Erika uses the finest, freshest ingredients and keeps things interesting with unique flavor combinations. Locals know this shop for its truffles, and the selection features both classic and outrageous flavors. Choices include green chili coconut, cayenne pepper, and raspberry dark. Cellar Door offers both pickup and shipping options.
A few years after Rudy returned home from World War I, he achieved his dream of establishing a candy store. Muth’s opened in 1921, making it the oldest shop of its type in Louisville. Today, Rudy’s nephew and his family run the store. They offer friendly service and use the same original recipes and fine ingredients he insisted upon. The selection includes turtles, chocolate covered jellies, and an assorted box so you can sample a little of everything. Muth’s will ship your order straight to your door.
Established in 2011, Art Eatables is home to the world’s first bourbon-certified chocolatier. Kelly Ramsey focuses equally on the confections and bourbon. She and the other chocolatiers make the treats by hand and ensure the chocolates accent the character of the bourbons. Flavors include Rare Bird, Grand Gobbler, and Bold Creek. Order online and your goodies will arrive at your door.
After indulging in an order from these chocolate shops in Louisville, try an online music class offered by a local school.
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