If you are a die-hard chocolate fan, this will entice you. Diversified group ITC on Tuesday launched the world's most expensive chocolate in limited edition and is priced exorbitantly at Rs 4.3 lakh per kilogram under its Fabelle brand.
Due to its widespread popularity and appreciation, it comes as no surprise that the recipe for chocolate has been subject to adaptation and modification over time, as culinary experts strived to create the perfect cocoa-based treat. As with all other gastronomical delights, the price of chocolate is linked directly to its exclusivity and quality.
Fabelle Exquisite Chocolates 'Trinity - Truffles Extraordinaire' - has also entered into Guinness World Records to become the world's most expensive chocolate.
A creation that’s rooted in mysticism and symbolism is all set to create history. Made with most exotic ingredients sourced from all over the world, this creation is ready to launch in India on 22nd October.#DecodeTrinity— Fabelle Chocolates (@Fabelle) October 18, 2019
Philippe Conticini@Conticini_Team pic.twitter.com/rgcbzCBxdX
What an adventure! With @Fabelle we received the World Guiness Records Certificate of the Most Expensive Chocolate in the World. It was a pleasure to transmit my emotions and my experience across this project. I hope this creation will seduce you as it did to me! #decodetrinity pic.twitter.com/Irm4WYNJH4— Philippe Conticini (@Conticini_Team) October 22, 2019
Meet and greet with Chef Philippe Conticini@Conticini_Team one of the world’s foremost authority on chocolates, desserts, pastries and more. This world-renowned French chef is all set to #DecodeTrinity with Fabelle and launch a mystical creation on 22nd October. Stay Tuned. pic.twitter.com/Gqc8b5gdyU— Fabelle Chocolates (@Fabelle) October 21, 2019
Co-curated by France's Michelin Star Chef Philippe Conticini and Fabelle's Master Chocolatier, Fabelle's 'Trinity - Truffles Extraordinaire' box is priced at approximately Rs 4.3 lakh per kg, ITC said in a statement. "We at Fabelle are extremely happy for setting new benchmarks not just in the Indian luxury chocolate market but also now in the world with achieving the Guinness World Records feat," ITC Chief Operating Officer - Chocolates, Confectionary, Coffee and New Categories - Food Division Anuj Rustagi said. The limited edition offering will be encased in a hand-made wooden box, containing 15 truffles, each weighing approximately 15 grams.
Before Trinity - Truffles Extraordinaire came into being, the delicious Chocopologie by Knipschildt, Noka Vintages Collection, Delafee were some of the most expensive chocolates till date.
This sweet treat will be available in made-to-order box priced at Rs one lakh inclusive of taxes, indeed a fancy gifting idea for Diwali.