- Why Ferrero Rocher is so costly?
- Is Ferrero Rocher luxury?
- What is the most expensive chocolate in the world?
- What is the rarest chocolate?
- Why is to AK chocolate so expensive?
- What the most expensive chocolate?
- Which is the cheapest chocolate in the world?
Why is Ferrero Rocher so expensive? – Quora. Ferrero Rocher is not priced on cost but on perceived value. The theory is that if you pay more for something, you value it more highly.
In the US, Ferrero Rocher is the No. 4 premium chocolate brand within mass retail says Shalini Stansberry, director of marketing, Ferrero Premium Chocolates USA. In the era of ’90s nostalgia and the fervent US immigration debate, Ferrero Rocher is as large a part of my adulthood as it was when I was growing up.
La Madeleine au TruffeLa Madeleine au Truffe Recognized by Forbes as the most expensive chocolate in the world, La Madeline au Truffe is unique compared to other chocolates. It starts with a 70% Valrhona dark chocolate and is mixed with a variety of ingredients including truffle oil and vanilla.
Amedei PorcelanaAmedei Porcelana, a dark chocolate made by the Amedei chocolatier of Tuscany, Italy, was called the world’s most expensive chocolate. Amedei Porcelana is made from translucent, white cocoa beans of a variety now called “Porcelana” due to its porcelain-like color.
The chocolate’s ingredient list includes only two items—cacao and sugar—proving how important it is that each of these is of the utmost quality, and how the way the bars are made justifies commanding such a premium. The company treats chocolate making the same way winemakers or distillers approach their spirits.
La Madeline au TruffeLa Madeline au Truffe by Knipschild Named by Forbes as the most expensive chocolate in the world, a single tiny sweet will cost $260 – about $2,600 per pound.
Below are Cheapism’s top picks for affordable chocolate.Lindt Lindor Truffles (starting at $8 for a 5.1 oz. Cadbury Royal Dark Chocolate (starting at $2.19 for a 4 oz. Dove Silky Smooth Dark Chocolate (starting at 79 cents for a 1.3 oz. The Trader Joe’s Box of Chocolates (starting at $4.99 for a 16 oz.Feb 8, 2012