Our chocolate truffles and treats are made fresh in Hawai`i with a blend of the finest European and Hawaiian chocolates.
Below is a list of our 18 signature flavors available in the shop daily. Click on each truffle to read a short flavor description.
In addition, we have approximately 4 additional special flavors that rotate in our shop weekly. They come out usually every Saturday and stick around until they're sold out! To check out what's available in the shop right now, check our menu board posted daily on social media @chocoleahawaii You may also view some of our specials on our Current Specials page.
**Our truffle case for individual truffle purchases and custom boxes will return after the holidays!
Care Instructions & Shelf Life
Please refrigerate or keep in cool (55-60°F & humidity of less than 50%) and dry place to maintain peak freshness. Allow chocolates to come to room temperature (65-70°F; about 10-15 minutes standing in room temperature) before consumption for optimal taste & texture.
When transporting chocolates, we recommend keeping them in a cooler with ice wrapped in towels to ensure the chocolate boxes do not get wet from the ice. To prevent condensation on chocolates, avoid extreme temperature changes. We recommend gradually bringing chocolates from refrigerator, to a cooler bag with ice, to air-conditioned room. For home storage, we recommend keeping chocolates in our insulated cooler bags in the fruit/vegetable drawer of your refrigerator.
Truffles should be consumed within 2 weeks from purchase date or by labeled "best by" date. Perishable truffles in colored cups need to be kept refrigerated and consumed within 3-7 days from when it was made.
All dark chocolate truffles are made with cocoa mass, sugar, cocoa butter, cream, butter, emulsifier: soy lecithin, vanilla & various additional flavor ingredients.
All of our chocolates are made in a facility that processes dairy, peanuts, & other tree nuts. There are no dairy products added to our solid chocolate shapes, dipped fruits, and macadamia nut clusters.