Discover Montreal’s best chocolate shops

Everyone has a love affair with chocolate, and whether you like milk chocolate or dark chocolate (no one sane likes white chocolate), Montreal has you covered on where to satisfy that chocolate craving. Check out these places to find some of the finest chocolates in Montreal![image credit: iStock]

Chocolat Genevieve Grandbois

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138 Av Atwater, Montréal, QC H4C 2G3

Chocolats Geneviève Grandbois’s original location is in the Mile End, however, they do have another location in the Atwater market, as well as in Quartier Dix30. No matter the number of locations, owner Geneviève Grandbois is hands-on from the product’s start to finish. This includes the harvest of the cocoa beans at a plantation in Costa Rica, to the final product ready for purchase. You can also order these chocolates online!

Divine Chocolatier Inc

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2158, rue Crescent, Montréal, QC H3G 2B8

Divine Chocolatier has been making customers happy for over 20 years. Serving some of the best Belgian chocolate in the city, everything is handmade with a sprinkle of love. Their dark chocolate truffles will make you swoon, and they have a variety of nuts and fruits covered in chocolate for a sweet treat. Their chocolate bars are made with gianduja, marshmallows, ginger or sea salt, and they even have cakes… especially chocolate cakes!

Le comptoir chocolat

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B-1499 rue William, Montreal, QC H3C 1R4

If you’re looking for fair trade or organic chocolate, check out Le Comptoir Chocolat. While they may not have as many products as other stores, they certainly offer high-quality chocolate. You’ll love their caramel-filled chocolate bar, or their chocolate bars topped with roasted pistachios or candied citrus peel. You may also fall in love with their espelette pepper chocolate bar, or their caramel spread. And they have milk and dark hot chocolates, too!

Les Chocolats De Chloé

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546, av Duluth E, Montréal, QC H2L 1A9

There is something exciting about seeing something complicated, made so effortlessly in front of you. Such is the case with les Chocolats de Chloé, where they make all their chocolates in their open kitchen, so you can be a voyeur and enjoy the chocolate making process. Choose from their truffles, bars of chocolate, sweet treats like homemade marshmallows and candied citrus, and top quality mixes for hot chocolate.

Chocolats Privilège

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7070 av Henri-Julien, Montréal, QC H2S 3S3

Chocolats Privilège has some great chocolate flavours including Tonka bean, basil and lime, rum and chestnut, and porto. They also have chocolates from all over the world including Tanzania, Costa Rica, Madagascar, and other exotic locations. You can also indulge in chocolate bars made with various nuts or you can buy a chocolate spread that beats Nutella, hands down. If you’re looking for seasonal chocolates for special occasions, Chocolats Privilège covers Christmas and Easter, as well as cakes. There are multiple locations around Montreal.

Morel Rolland Chocolatier Inc

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1275, rue Gay-Lussac, Boucherville, QC J4B 7K1

If you want some of the best chocolate, look no further than Christophe Morel, an award-winning chocolate maker. His chocolate is very unique, even selling some “limited edition” chocolate bars. You can try all of his exotic flavours by buying a variety box: you’ll find chocolates with Sarawak peppers, crystalized flower petals and varieties of chocolate from all around the world. You can also get a monthly discovery pack filled with new trendy chocolates, and the classics!

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