If you are looking for the ultimate Swiss gift. Why not indulge in Switzerland’s most expensive chocolate?
The most luxurious and unique chocolates are often found in the small boutiques on the side streets of Zurich. Or even in Lucerne.
But not all of them are quite as expensive as these!
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Gigantic Toblerone With Your Name On It
- Price: CHF 127.95
- Content: 1 large bar of Toblerone
One of the most expensive ways to get some Swiss chocolate is to order your own giant Toblerone with your name on it. Weighing in at 4.5 kg, this block of Toblerone will cost you nearly CHF 130, which is a far cry from your average Toblerone bar which normally costs CHF 5!
Max Chocolatier – 48 Summer Truffles
- Price: CHF 106.90
- Content: 48 hand-made truffles
From my recent visit to the Max Chocolatier shop in Lucerne, I know that their boxes of truffles are very expensive. I saw one for around CHF 75.50 (see the image above) for a box of 36 chocolates. And, the most expensive one I could find on their online store is 48 Summer Truffles for CHF 106.90.
Gold Swiss chocolate box (with Swiss Antique Collectible Gold Coin)
- Price: CHF 150
- Content: Eight 24-karat gold chocolates
This is definitely the most expensive chocolate in Switzerland. The box of chocolates includes 8 luxurious truffles made with “Grand Cru” chocolate from Ecuador and coated in edible gold.
Of course, for CHF 150 you expect more than a cardboard box, so the Delafée’s team placed these chocolate gems inside a wooden box covered with satin.