The holidays are coming and you need chocolate for yourself, your family and friends. Fine chocolate can be found here. Excellent fine chocolate gits.
I am out late.  There is a slight fog and drizzle in the air.  Ahead of me someone is walking, eating something.  I can smell it. It smells like chocolate.  I begin to salivate.  It is chocolate!  Chills run up and down my spine.  My mouth waters and I swish my tongue looking for sweetness and substance.  I must have chocolate.  I rush toward the individual and grab the chocolate.  I run off into the night with the sweetness in my mouth.  My mind is whirling.  I must have more.  When I get home the only evidence is the chocolate around my lips.  I must have chocolate.  I eagerly check my chocolate stash and see I am running low, so I go to Buckteeth Vampires where so many others are satisfied.  Give me chocolate!  Before I go to sleep I will put chocolate in my mouth and let it melt while I merge into my dreams.  When I wake up I will quickly reach for the chocolate and start my day, or night, off sweetly.  Oh, chocolate!  Chocolate is good!

Some chocolate history:

2000 BC, the Amazon: Cocoa, from which chocolate is created, is said to have been first used in the Amazon at least 4,000 years ago.
Sixth Century AD: Chocolate, derived from the seed of the cocoa tree, used by the Maya Culture as early as the Sixth Century AD.

300 AD, Maya Culture: To the Mayas, cocoa pods symbolized life and fertility.  Stone carvings from their palaces and temples revealed many depictions  of cocoa pods.

1200, Aztec Culture: The Aztecs thought the creation of the cocoa plant was by their god Quetzalcoatl who, descended from heaven on a beam of a morning star carrying a cocoa tree stolen from paradise. In both the Mayan and Aztec cultures cocoa was the basis for a thick, cold, unsweetened drink called xocoatl… believed to be a health elixir.
Aztecs believed wisdom and power came from eating the fruit of the cocoa tree, and also that it had nourishing, fortifying, and even aphrodisiac qualities. The Aztec emperor, Montezuma drank thick chocolate which was dyed red. The drink was so imprtant that it was served in golden goblets that were thrown away after only one use. He liked it so much that he was said to drink 50 gold goblets each day.

The cocoa beans were used for currency and was so valued it was encompassed into the Mayan and Aztec monetary systems.

Heart Shaped Dark Chocolate Truffles 9
Heart Shaped Dark Chocolate Truffles 9
Enjoy our favorite dark chocolate truffles, hand crafted, heart shaped and decorated to show your love. Our assortment includes on of these flavors: chocolate, raspberry, key lime and espresso. These are sure to please anyone on your gift giving list kept them for yourself!
For thanksgiving and Christmas be sure to order your chocolate here as soon as possible so delivery can be made in time for you and your enjoyment.  Chocolate gifts are always welcomed.  And fine chocolate can be found here for you, your family and friends.  Enjoy.

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