Chocolate is one of the most popular gifts to give on Valentine's Day. Chocolate is a psychoactive food. It is made from the seeds of the tropical cacao tree, Theobroma cacao. The cacao tree was named by the 17th century Swedish naturalist, Linnaeus. The Greek term theobroma means literally "food of the gods". Chocolate has also been called the food of the devil; but the theological basis of this claim is obscure. 

Chocolate is one of the most extraordinary gifts you can give to any gourmet or budding connoisseur... or how about to yourself! 

Award-winning Belgian chocolatiers craft each chocolate individually by hand using the finest ingredients and centuries old techniques. So divine is the complex balance of wholesome ingredients, such as fresh cream, sugar and nuts infused with fruits and spices that you'll understand why we refuse to alter the taste with preservatives. 

Whether you are re-affirming your devotion, gaining the attention of someone special or demonstrating your appreciation, Belgian CHOCOLATE says it best. Why Belgian? 

For Belgians, chocolate is a devouring passion, a sweet addiction, and national pride. Undoubtedly, Belgian chocolate is some of the finest in the world, with a very distinctive flavor all its own, in large part because they use cocoa beans from Africa, which are stronger and more assertive than the milder South American beans favored by American Chocolatiers.