When we arrived, there was a table set up with tea and bread, it was really thoughtful of them as we had not had dinner yet.
When I tried the local chocolates in Hong Kong, they always tasted weird because the texture was similar to solid lard and does not melt in your mouth.
But after the talk about how chocolates were made , I realised those weird ones were made of vegetable oil.
At Noir Chocolate, there is a wide choice for dark chocolates because the owner loves dark chocolate, hence the name of the shop!
As an expat, I was drooling over their chocolates because they had so many chocolates that you can get at the local pick and mix stalls.
For the chocolate covered freeze-dried berries, I was so glad they had gooseberries and cherries.
The picture below shows white chocolate covered berries.
I also tried the chocolate covered ginger which tasted like candied ginger and this was delicious as well.
(This is currently unavailable but they are going to stock these soon!)
For the alcoholic truffles they had Bucks Fizz too!!
The inside of the rum truffle was silky and the alcohol is not liquid like other alcoholic chocolates.
I loved the huge brazil nuts which had a buttery taste.
These chocolate covered pecans were really moreish because the pecan nut is light and crumbly.
The hazelnuts were also moreish and the dusted cocoa gives it more depth.
When we left, we were given a box of chocolates too which was really sweet of them.