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A Few More Pretty Chocolate Labels


Earlier this week I highlighted a few of my favorite labels from craft makers in the U.S. Now here are a few of YOUR favorites, from the U.S. and around the world. In other words, so much pretty chocolate! So little time! 
 

Rózsavölgyi Csokoládé

From Hungary, recommended by Russell Robinson and Piotr Krzcluk

From Hungary, recommended by Russell Robinson and Piotr Krzcluk

Map Chocolate

Recommended by Estelle Tracy, 37 Chocolates  ("Keep a few next to my bed, if that tells you something 💕")

Recommended by Estelle Tracy, 37 Chocolates  ("Keep a few next to my bed, if that tells you something 💕")

Harper Macaw

Recommended by Romi Burks, chocolate educator

Recommended by Romi Burks, chocolate educator

Pump Street Bakery

From Great Britain, recommended by Jason Warner

From Great Britain, recommended by Jason Warner

Rococo Chocolates

From Great Britain, recommended by Jason Warner ("Like French Broad, it opens up and reveals information in every panel, with the rest taken up by curious blue-tinted woodblock-looking prints.")

From Great Britain, recommended by Jason Warner ("Like French Broad, it opens up and reveals information in every panel, with the rest taken up by curious blue-tinted woodblock-looking prints.")

Dormouse Chocolate

From Great Britain, recommended by Jason Warner ("They've moved from plain plastic to more elaborate paper packaging but, having met them, I feel like it's not the right fit for them. I have no design instincts so I don't know what would be better. I hope they nail it because they deserve success with the level of quality they're putting out.")

From Great Britain, recommended by Jason Warner ("They've moved from plain plastic to more elaborate paper packaging but, having met them, I feel like it's not the right fit for them. I have no design instincts so I don't know what would be better. I hope they nail it because they deserve success with the level of quality they're putting out.")

Chocolate Tree

From Great Britain, recommended by Jason Warner (he had a lot to say)

From Great Britain, recommended by Jason Warner (he had a lot to say)

And the comment of the day, about pretty labels, from Andrew Baker:
"I have found that if careful I can preserve wrappers while consuming contents. Empty husks madden hungry colleagues."

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