Belgium is famous all over the world for its fine chocolates. Amongst them, the chocolate produced by one company stands out as being the richest and smoothest of all – Godiva. Their secrets are entwined with the story of their founding, in 1926 by master chocolatier Joseph Draps, whose novel recipe and shell-moulded confections earned his chocolate’s instant fame. Draps' influence can still be seen in Godiva's gift boxes – each perfectly formed piece is a crystallization of Draps' work. Wrapped in fine fabrics befitting their contents, these gift boxes contain as many as 70 chocolates, each with a different flavor.
Godiva has never stopped innovating despite their fame – the chocolatier has recently introduced a collection of truffles just as velvety as their shell-moulded counterparts, and sold in similarly elegant packaging. Spend the equivalent of S$450 over 3 months in Hong Kong, China, Singapore and Taiwan, and receive a Godiva VIP card, entitling you to discounts of 10%.