Top chocolate shops in Calgary

Sweet and universally loved, chocolate is one treat we can all agree on. Lucky for you, Calgary’s chocolate boutiques carry a huge variety of premium selections.

Chocolaterie Bernard Callebaut

847 17 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2T 0A1

This Calgary-based premium chocolate chain now has shops across much of the country including 12 in this city. Purchase boxed chocolate assortments or customize your own selection from an evolving list of 48 flavours. Also purchase chocolate sauces, truffles, house-brand baking products and more.

Epiphanie Chocolate

1417 11 St SW, Calgary, AB T2R 1G7

Wouldn’t it be great to work in a chocolate shop? Many of us have had this type of chocolate epiphany, but few chocolate lovers go as far as launching a business. This wee boutique run by chocolate maker Debra Fleck and her husband John, carries an indulgent profusion of her ganache-filled French-style chocolates. Sample, for example, the vanilla ganache-filled Tahitian blonde or the double-smoked-bacon chocolate. Also find handmade marshmallows, chocolate drinks and more.

Olivier's Candies Ltd

1316 9 Ave SE, Calgary, AB T2G 0T3

Founded in Calgary over a century ago, Olivier’s chocolates and confectionaries such as peanut brittle and caramel continue to be made locally using the maker’s original recipes. The Olivier’s Inglewood shop carries individual chocolates, chocolate bark, chocolate-covered licorice and pretzel rods and much more.

Coppeneur Canada Ltd

1-105 8 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2P 1B4

Calgary is lucky enough to be home to the sole Canadian location of German premium chocolate chain Coppeneur. The Stephen Avenue Walk boutique carries a wide selection of handmade organic chocolate treats from truffles and pralines to specialty bars in flavours such as mango green tea and cappuccino butter fudge. Also try the shop’s organic hot chocolate mixes.


1327 9 Avenue SE, Calgary, AB T2G 0T2

This little Inglewood chocolate factory and boutique produces chocolates by pre-order or while you wait. The award-winning and critically acclaimed home base of chocolatier Brad Churchill, the house specialty is hand-rolled truffles in dark or milk chocolate. The shop’s four signature chocolate bars are created using some four types of premium cocoa beans as well as two milk-chocolate versions. Also find drinking chocolate and fresh baked goods.

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