Bon Bon

★★★★★

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I love Bon Bon, the chocolates are like small pieces of art and the shop is just gorgeous. The counter help is always patient, knowledgeable and friendly. Must trys are lavender/honey chocolate, and the delicious peanut butter graham crackers dipped in chocolate, yum!

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I love Bon Bon, the chocolates are like small pieces of art and the shop is just gorgeous. The counter help is always patient, knowledgeable and friendly. Must trys are lavender/honey chocolate, and the delicious peanut butter graham crackers dipped in chocolate, yum!

Pros: best chocolates in the city

Cons: theres only one location

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i've gone through great lengths to get what i consider quality chocolate but never, NEVER have i had chocolate this amazing. the chocolate itself is great - perfect aroma,taste and texture - then once it's mixed with all those delicious ingredients it becomes almost heavenly. my personal favorites are :
Milk Cleopatra: Milk solid with Ancho Chili clove & cinnamon and
Red Heart: White infused with Chai (black tea, honey & spices)
CAN"T WAIT TO GO BACK!

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★★★★★

i've gone through great lengths to get what i consider quality chocolate but never, NEVER have i had chocolate this amazing. the chocolate itself is great - perfect aroma,taste and texture - then once it's mixed with all those delicious ingredients it becomes almost heavenly. my personal favorites are :
Milk Cleopatra: Milk solid with Ancho Chili clove & cinnamon and
Red Heart: White infused with Chai (black tea, honey & spices)
CAN"T WAIT TO GO BACK!

Pros: the chocolate, the service, the decor

Cons: nothing at all!

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Working out of a funky little storefront in Andersonville, the mother-and-daughter team who run bon bon create unusual and delicious chocolate treats. While the chocolate isn't terribly cheap (it's about $1.75 a piece), it's fantastic. Some of the pieces come in shapes like a Buddha or a "King Tut" design, and commonplace flavors like cherry and mint (though it's a very green, herbal mint) sit along more unusual offerings, such as rose and curry/five-spice. Other offerings include bar chocolates topped with flower petals. Service is enthusiastic and friendly.

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★★★★★

Working out of a funky little storefront in Andersonville, the mother-and-daughter team who run bon bon create unusual and delicious chocolate treats. While the chocolate isn't terribly cheap (it's about $1.75 a piece), it's fantastic. Some of the pieces come in shapes like a Buddha or a "King Tut" design, and commonplace flavors like cherry and mint (though it's a very green, herbal mint) sit along more unusual offerings, such as rose and curry/five-spice. Other offerings include bar chocolates topped with flower petals. Service is enthusiastic and friendly.

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