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ROYCE’: How Japan Does Chocolate

If you've never tried ROYCE' chocolates before, a quick primer - these are some of the most unique chocolates in the world. Masterfully crafted using only the finest local ingredients, ROYCE' has been producing exquisite chocolate in Hokkaido (the northernmost island of Japan) known for its rich natural environment, for over 30 years. So what comes out of using only the highest quality, local ingredients? Perfect chocolate.

Some of the featured products include their signature Nama Chocolate, a delicate combination of selected chocolate and fresh Hokkaido cream, the Potatochip Chocolate, and a full line of Maccha (Green Tea) products, like Maccha Chocolate Wafers - delicious maccha cream sandwiched between delicate crispy wafers and coated with rich maccha chocolate. To top it off, all boxes are affordable luxuries priced under $20.

Visit ROYCE' for a complimentary tasting at any of their three NYC locations: 509 Madison Ave (at 53rd St), 32 W 40th St across from Bryant Park, and 253 Bleecker St in the West Village. For more information, visit ROYCECONFECTUSA.COM.


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