Friday, January 4, 2013

Chi Chocolat

Chi Chocolat is an artisan chocolate shop tucked inside Liberty Station. It’s a little hard to spot, but it’s across the street from the complex that houses Slater’s 50/50 and Con Pane Cafe.

My friend CC gave me the tip to come visit, so I made sure to stop by on my last trip to the area. The front advertises the best mocha, but we were too stuffed to try.

Inside, the shop is quite tiny, but they have an array of desserts, including beautiful handmade chocolates with some interesting flavors, around $2 a piece.

We opted for three different ones.

The shimmery gold one at the bottom of the plate is Cinnamon Hazelnut.

This jewel shaped one is called Jules (dark chocolate infused with butterscotch).

The heart shaped one is called Tien (dark chocolate ganache infused with burnt caramel and sea salt)

I was afraid to buy too many on my first trip, but I really enjoyed these flavors. I’ll definitely stop in again next time to explore more chocolates and more desserts and maybe the mocha too.

Chi Chocolat
2690 Historic Decatur Road #103
San Diego, CA 92106

 

2 Responses to “Chi Chocolat”

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    caninecologne — January 4, 2013 @ 3:40 pm

    Your chocolates looked gorgeous!

    I actually had their mocha back in September and it was quite good! I had mine iced while Bert’s version had caramel. Cute little place with a nice selection of beautiful handmade chocolates.

    http://www.pinkcandlesatridgemonthigh.blogspot.com/2012/09/chi-chocolate.html

    • Kirbie replied: — January 6th, 2013 @ 9:34 am

      Oh thanks for sharing your post. I was trying to find it because I couldn’t remember what you had gotten! Must try the mocha next time.

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