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Posted by Bruce Bilmes and Susan Boyle on Sunday, December 16, 2012 12:21 AM

By Michael Stern:
Beautiful boxes of chocolate candy are made in an unsightly industrial building just up the road from Costco in Brookfield, Connecticut. Of all the delectable things you can get from Bridgewater Chocolate (see the review), including the world's most intense chocolate-covered cherries, superb barks, bars, and toffees, best of all are truffles. Their chocolate skin offers faint resistance; inside is silky filling that is unbelievably fresh, indescribably chocolaty, too rich to eat in mass quantities but too delicious not to. Varieties include milk chocolate, dark chocolate, hazelnut, orange, raspberry, and coffee. Bridgewater warns that the truffles contain enough dairy product that they must be kept refrigerated … as if anyone could leave them uneaten for any significant period of time. They come in handsome gift boxes worthy of a royal chocolatier.

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