Frequently Asked Questions

Que : How should I care for my chocolates once they arrive?

Ans : For best results, our chocolates should be stored in an airtight container placed in a cool, dry place - temperatures between 15º and 18º C are best. Since we use no artificial preservatives or shelf-life enhancers, we recommend that they will be enjoyed within 4 weeks of manufacturing.

Que : Can I refrigerate my chocolates?

Ans : We strongly recommend against storing your chocolates in the refrigerator. The refrigerator environment can adversely affect both the texture and the flavours of our chocolates and refrigeration should only be used if the chocolates are in danger of melting.

Que : Do any of your products contain egg?

Ans : No. All of our chocolates are vegetarian.

Que : Do you have any sugar-free products?

Ans : Yes. According to customers need we make sugar-free Chocolates also.

Que : How long will my chocolate last?

Ans : We Recommend to use the chocolates within 4 weeks of manufacturing.

Que : Do you use refined sugar ?

Ans : We are a third-tier chocolate producer, meaning we buy prepared chocolate rather than the raw cocoa beans. The chocolate we purchase already contains refined sugar by the time we buy it.

Que : How can I return my chocolate?

Ans : We do not have any return policy.

Que : Can, I cancel my order?

Ans : Yes, you can cancel your order within 60 minutes of placed, But You will be charged 10% of your order amount.

Que : Why is dark chocolate considered healthy?

Ans : Good quality dark chocolate with a cocoa content of 60% or more is significantly beneficial to your health. Approx 23 grams per day provides essential vitamins and trace nutrients such as iron, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and vitamins A, B1, C, D and E. Chocolate contains flavonoids, part of a group of antioxidants known as poly phenols. Antioxidants delay the aging process at a cellular level and are believed to guard against cancer. Flavonoids are directly related to pigmentation. The darker the chocolate, the higher the antioxidants will be. Milk bonds to antioxidants during digestion, therefore milk chocolate is not considered a source of antioxidants. Recent research shows chocolate flavonoids encourage vascular wall improvement and blood vessel function. Chocolate may also have a beneficial effect on cholesterol levels. It contains both stearic and oleic acids, one a saturated fat which will not raise bad cholesterol and the other which may raise good cholesterol.

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