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Knipschildt Chocolatier

Knipschildt Chocolatier Hot Chocolate and Coffee Sticks (Picture Source: Knipschildt Chocolatier) Knipschildt Chocolatier’s Hot Chocolate and Coffee Stirrers will turn your regular drink into something even Starbucks would be jealous of. Just stir the Mocha, Chai or Butterscotch and Whiskey pyramids into your hot chocolate or coffee and your drink will be instantly transformed. 3 sticks are $10, rivaling the price of Starbucks, but the experience of watching a beautifully designed piece of gourmet chocolate melt away in your cup will satisfy you more than any premade drink ever could.

Knipschildt Chocolatier also offers an impressive line of gourmet syrups, dessert sauces, snacks and truffles. Owner and Chocolatier, Fritz Knipschildt, has made chocolate for everyone from European royalty to Oprah, and his gourmet creations are now available to the masses at stores like Whole Foods, Dean & Deluca and Williams Sonoma. He also recently opened up his commercial kitchen to retail customers in Norwalk, Connecticut, where you’ll find the full range of Knipschildt products for sale.

The Back Door at Knipschildt Chocolatier
4 New Canaan Avenue (Watts Plaza)
Norwalk, Connecticut
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm
(203) 849-3141


McAuliflower says on May 8th, 2005 at 6:50 am:

Beautiful stirrers… what a good idea.

Jennifer Manicotti says on May 8th, 2005 at 10:02 am:

I love this blog – but WHERE THE HECK ARE THE MOTHER’S DAY POSTS – sheesh – this blog is becoming like http://www.AFullBelly.com – where there’s like a post every 1-2 weeks…lame! If you can’t submit stories – have some more people help out…! (like me :)

Kelli says on May 8th, 2005 at 10:41 am:

I would love to have fellow dessert lovers write posts! Please email me at kelli at lovescool . com if you have any ideas. I wish I could post every day, but I have been too busy to do it as often as I would like. Have no fear, good posts are still coming, with or without the help!

Martha Johnson says on August 16th, 2005 at 2:58 pm:

Do you have recipes or suggestions for use for Noix au Bordeaux?

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