Chocolate Fetish

36 Haywood St, Asheville, NC 28801
Tuesday's hours: 11:00am - 9:00pm
Blossom
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Champagne
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Velvet Sin
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Wine and Roses
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French Velvet
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Mocha Magic
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Sweet Tea
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Hazelnut Gianduia
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Dragon's Sigh
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Ancient Pleasures
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Key Lime Pie
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Lemon Heaven
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African Queen
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Golden Pecan
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After Midnight
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Diamond Griottine
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Mountain Sunrise
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Chai Moon
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Midsummer's Dream
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Peanut Panache
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Entice Mint
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Basil Pistachio
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Raspberry
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Bittersweet
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Kahlúa
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Milk
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Milk Pecan
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Kahlúa and Cream
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Amaretto
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Semi-Sweet
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Triple Chocolate
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Milk Mint
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Irish Cream
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Milk Coconut
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International Chocolate Salon Award Winners Collection
$21.95
Deluxe Assortment
$27.95
Classic Dark Chocolate Truffle Assortment
$27.95
Ecstasy Elite Chocolate Truffles 12 Piece Box
$28.95
Ecstasy Elite Chocolate Truffles 24 Piece Box
$55.00
Ecstasy Truffles 12 Box
$24.95
Ecstasy Truffles 24 Box
$48.00
America's Best Chocolate Truffles 12 Piece Box
$24.95
America's Best Chocolate Truffles 24 Piece Box
$48.00
The Chocolate Fetish Sampler
$35.95
The Chocolate Fetish Feast
$55.00
The Chocolate Fetish Fantastic Feast
$75.00
Chocolate Caramels Assortment
$29.95
Sea Salt Caramels Assortment
$27.95
Frogs Assortment
$26.95
Rounds Assortment
$24.95
European Style Sipping Chocolate Mix
$12.95
Sea Salt Caramels Assortment
$27.95
Caramels Assortment
$29.95
Habanero Sea Salt Caramels
$11.95
Frogs Assortment
$26.95
Pecan Frogs
$27.95
Pistachio Frogs
$27.95
Rounds Assortment
$24.95
Solid Dark
$24.95
Solid White
$24.95
Solid Milk
$24.95
Peanut Butter Swirl
$24.95
Milk Raspberry
$24.95
Milk Almond
$24.95
Rocky Road
$24.95
S'mores
$24.95
Bourbon Pecan
$24.95
Cookies n' Cream
$24.95
Espresso
$24.95
Dark Ginger
$24.95
Dark Almond
$24.95
Dark Almond Raspberry
$24.95
Marbled Mint
$24.95
Dark Cranberry Walnut
$24.95
Chili Cocoa Nib
$24.95
Dark Toffee
$24.95
Asheville Rounds
$12.95
Hazelnut Crisp Truffle Bar
$4.95
Bee's Knees Truffle Bar
$4.95
Ultimate Crunch Bar
$4.95
Special Blend Cranberry Pistachio Bar
$3.95
Special Blend 74% Bar
$1.95
Single Origin 65% Dark from Peru
$1.95
Single Origin 38% Milk from Hawaii
$1.95
Half Pound Dried Apricots
$16.95
Half Pound Dark Chocolate Crystallized Ginger
$16.95
Half Pound Dark Chocolate Candied Orange Peel
$16.95
8 Piece Coconut Domes
$12.95
Chocolate High Heel Shoes Contemporary Patterns
$32.95
Chocolate High Heel Shoes Designer Animal Prints
$34.95
Chocolate Cowboy Boots
$34.95
Hand Decorated Chocolate Pumpkins
$24.95
Chocolate Jack O'Lantern
$24.95
Chocolate Turkeys
$12.95
Autumn Assortment
$27.95
Chocolate Hiking Boot
$16.95
Asheville Rounds
$12.95
European Style Sipping Chocolate Mix
$12.95
Chocolate Mini-Round Finished with Bow
$1.45
Chocolate Mini-Round Finished with Curling Ribbon
$1.25
One-piece Favor Box Filled with a Chocolate Fetish Truffle
$2.35
One-piece Favor Box Filled with Chocolate Caramel
$1.75
"Fleur de Lis" One-piece Favor Box
$2.95
Two-piece Favor Box
$4.50
Two-piece Favor Box
$2.90
Four-piece Favor Box
$5.80
Making your clients happy is our business.
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We can develop a custom box complete with your company's logo delivering a unique package that will impress your most discerning client.
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Our corporate gift program is individually tailored to your business.
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Three years of sampling a wide variety of chocolate from 49 states and around the world has shown us what's good.
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A unique alternative to a traditional cake, a custom designed Chocolate Fetish Smash Cake is a perfect centerpiece to celebrate any special occasion.
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Since each cake is custom designed we recommend placing your order at least three weeks prior to your event.
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Please note: due to their fragile nature, we cannot ship Smash Cakes.
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Asheville, North Carolina is a city alive with the arts.
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When you visit our store you will see displays containing some of the wilder expressions of chocolate art to come out of our kitchen.
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"Is this all made of chocolate?" you wonder.
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Custom designed chocolate showpieces, chocolate sculptures, and chocolate centerpieces can be created for any occasion.
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Baking Chocolate
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Bittersweet Chocolate
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Bon-bon
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Chocolate Bloom
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Chocolate Modeling Paste
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Chocolate Frog
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Cocoa Butter
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Cocoa Powder
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Cocoa Liquor / Chocolate Liquor
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Conching
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Chocolate Couverture
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Fetish
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Ganache
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Gianduia
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Lecithin
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Milk Chocolate
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Nibs
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Rocher
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Semisweet Chocolate
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Snap
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Tempering
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Tempering Machine
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Truffles
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White Chocolate
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Xocoatl
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Before you bite, take a moment to look at the chocolate, since appearance can say many things about it.
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ext, experience the aroma of the chocolate. Good chocolate should have a rich, chocolaty, flavorful smell and should not be at all burned, smoky, or scentless.
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The next step for testing is the break of the chocolate.
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Now for the best part, taking your first bite! Break off a bit with your teeth and let it sit between your tongue and the roof of your mouth.
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Aftertaste is the last quality to watch for when tasting chocolate.
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If you choose to store your chocolate in the refrigerator remember that chocolate stored in the refrigerator will "sweat"
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Chocolate Rounds and other solid chocolates, if stored properly, can be kept for a few months with little degradation of taste and texture.
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Chocolate that is allowed to get warm will begin to melt, thus allowing the cocoa butter to rise to the surface, creating "bloom".
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Wine and chocolate are not an easy match due to the inherent bitterness of each.
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As with food pairing, when paring wine with chocolate, match lighter flavored chocolates with lighter bodied wines and more intense flavored chocolates with more full-bodied wines.
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Dry wines match best with bitter chocolates while milk chocolate (and some dark) can be matched with wines that are slightly sweeter.
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As with all things chocolate, it really comes down to personal preference and the joy of the experience.
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Extra Dark
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Medium Dark
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Smooth / Mild Dark
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Milk
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When serving multiple beers start with the lightest flavor and move to the darker flavors.
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Do not serve the chocolate or beer fresh from the fridge
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Experiment with tasting the beer first then tasting the chocolate, then do the reverse.
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Generally, when pairing beer and chocolate, you should keep sweet with sweet and tart with tart and try to keep the beer sweeter or tarter than the chocolate you are pairing it with.
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When paring any foods, we encourage you to seek out the recommendations of the experts AND be willing to experiment on your own.
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Dark with spice / salt
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Medium body dark chocolate
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Almonds + dark chocolate
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Milk chocolate with coffee
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Dark chocolate + spice
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Dark chocolate
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Dark chocolate + citrus
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