Indulge your Sweetheart this Valentine’s Day with what they want the most-chocolate, chocolate and more chocolate! Ghirardelli’s chocolates to be specific!
This beautifully designed Valentine’s Day gift box comes filled with the finest Ghirardelli chocolates; milk, dark, mint and caramel, chocolate squares and bars packed in a Valentines gift box.
The Ghirardelli collection of Chocolate Bars features Ghirardelli’s signature intense, slow-melting chocolate in an irresistible range of unique and delicious flavors.
The Ghirardelli Chocolate Company is a manufacturer and marketer of premium chocolate products.
Incorporated in 1852 and in continuous operation since then, Ghirardelli has the richest heritage of any American chocolate company. Ghirardelli continues to honor its heritage to this day.
Ghirardelli is one of the few companies in America that controls the entire chocolate manufacturing process, from cocoa bean to finished product. This control over the manufacturing process, combined with Ghirardelli’s proprietary bean blend and unique methods of roasting and processing, ensures that you are rewarded with the highest quality and richest products.
Say Gear-ar-delly to correct pronunciation of the Italian name “Ghirardelli”, which has long stumped even the most avid consumers of Ghirardelli Chocolate.
Make this Valentine’s Day Sweet, give Ghirardelli chocolates.
Ghirardelli’s is one of very few American manufacturers that make chocolate starting from the cocoa bean through to finished products. Throughout the process, we take special steps to ensure that our premium chocolate delivers our signature intense, smooth-melting chocolate taste.
- Intensive quality assurance in the selection of cocoa beans means that Ghirardelli accepts only the highest-quality beans. We reject as many as 40% of the beans that are offered to us. Beans that are not selected are sold to other manufacturers.
- In all of its chocolate product, Ghirardelli uses a proprietary blend of cocoa beans that has been refined over the company’s 150-year history to provide the company’s distinct and intense chocolate taste.
- Ghirardelli roasts the cocoa beans in-house to ensure the company’s signature flavor profile is consistently maintained in all chocolate products. We also use a different roasting process whereby we remove the shell first and then roast the small nibs inside. Because the nibs are fairly uniform in size, we have more control over the temperature and time, so we can get a more specific flavor. Other companies roast their beans before removing the shell, which requires over-roasting the outside portion of the bean in order to roast the inside. This could impart a burned flavor to their chocolate.
- Finally, Ghirardelli uses an intensive refining process to ensure that its chocolate truly melts in your mouth! Ghirardelli has no grainy feel because we refine most of our chocolate flakes until they are 19 microns (human hair is 100 microns in diameter). Other mass market chocolates are refined to only 40 microns.
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