A Sweet Trip to Explore Toronto’s Well-Loved Chocolate Shops

Chocolate is more than just a sweet treat. It is a symbol of love, happiness and joy. Artistic pieces of chocolate are the results of the hard-working farmers on the cacao field and the skillful hands of passionate chocolatiers.

Looking for some spots to satisfy your sweet tooth in Toronto? Join us on this delightful journey.

Soul Chocolate

Thanks to their understanding of cacao, roasting techniques and the right ingredients to add, the artists at Soul Chocolate release creative, delicious products. Going beyond its own brick and mortar, Soul Chocolate spreads positive life values by creating cocoa trading relationships directly with cacao farmers, helping them get higher and fairer selling prices. One of Soul Chocolate’s best-selling products is almond chocolate spread, $15. The moderate sweetness and aromatic almond flavor make it a convenient and tasty breakfast option.

Website: soulroasters.com
Address: 583 Gerrard Street E.

Mary’s Brigadeiro Handcrafted Chocolate

Growing up in Sao Paulo watching her mother create Brazilian brigadeiros, a combination of condensed milk, butter, cocoa powder and premium chocolate to create a balanced sweet taste, and chocolates, Mary Oliveira fell in love with these types of treats. Oliveira has followed in her mother’s footsteps with her shop, Mary’s Brigadeiro Handcrafted Chocolate. Don’t miss the Brigadeiro if you visit.

Website: marysbsweets.com
Address: 1912 Danforth Ave.

The Chocolateria

The Chocolateria’s products are made from Belgian and South American chocolate that is grown in a sustainable and fair way. The truffles, made on site, come in flavors such as Canadian maple, vanilla, pistachio, and raspberry. The store also has chocolate-covered potato chips, ice cream and chocolate bars.

Website: thechocolateria.ca
Address: 361 Roncesvalles Ave.

Soma Chocolate

Deciding not to follow the elegant, sophisticated style of traditional chocolate artists, David Castellan and Cynthia Leung ​​opened a unique and fun chocolate shop. They knew that this was where they wanted to devote all their passion, after their first batch of chocolate. Soma Chocolate is now having two locations. The customer can recognize the signature funky, creative Soma style with just a glance. Ninja cat cookies are sure to attract both kids and adults. Other artworks include mischievous raccoon (salted caramel and chocolate) and cacao pod (sour cherry) for Easter.

Website: somachocolate.com
Address: 32 Tank House Lane, 443 King Street West

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