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Pott Au Chocolat brings chocolate pleasure from the Ruhr area to Frankfurt

Pott Au Chocolat brings chocolate pleasure from the Ruhr area to Frankfurt

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Chocolate is not just chocolate. This may not be a completely new insight, but it is one that is once again brought to mind in an extremely tasty way by a visit to the new Chocolaterie at Berliner Straße 22. No wonder really, because here the delicious chocolate creations are not only made with the best ingredients, but also with a lot of love. Almost everything you can buy, taste and smell here is handmade. Only very few foreign products are included in the assortment. However, the fine delicacies do not come from Frankfurt, but from the Ruhr area.

Here, POTT AU CHOCOLAT was brought to life by architect Marie-Luise Langehenke and her husband, patissier, chef and hotelier Manfred Glatzel, with the opening of the first branch in Dortmund. This was followed in 2011 by the opening of the glass production facility, where a team of 12 produces pralines, chocolates, as well as macarons, spreads and creamy ice cream on a daily basis. And from now on, part of this delicious production will also come to Frankfurt. In the case of chocolates alone, POTT AU CHOCOLAT has over 140 varieties in its repertoire, with these divided into summer and winter varieties or those that are on offer all year round.

In the simple, yet very appealingly furnished salesroom of the Frankfurt branch, there are currently about 44 different varieties of chocolates to choose from, although this will be expanded in the winter months. Whether powerful with a nutty note, fruity filling, gently refined with lavender or somewhat exotic as a green tea variant, there really is a suitable praline for every taste. What they all have in common is the very delicate design, which one notices that hand-picked ingredients and passion are united here in perfect harmony.

A real highlight in the Frankfurt branch are the local editions, which are perfect as a small souvenir or sweet gift. The Rhein-Main cubes, for example, filled with a total of nine non-alcoholic chocolates, yield different Frankfurt motifs such as the Römer, the Eiserner Steg, the Alte Oper, the Städelmuseum, the Hauptwache or the skyline, depending on how they are placed. These city motifs can also be found directly on the chocolates of the Rhine-Main Edition, which are available in sets of 4, 6 or 9. The wrappers of some of the chocolate bars also show the beautiful Frankfurt images, which will be expanded in the future to include other motifs from the region. A really nice idea, which makes the chocolate as a gift again a real eye-catcher.

Also in the selection of chocolate bars, the POTT AU CHOCOLAT is really an experience: whether topped with nuts, roses, cocoa chips or red pepper, whether filled with marzipan or nougat or pure with different cocoa content, whether sweet or bitter, these chocolates are a real treat. Of course, they are a little more expensive than a bar in the supermarket, but quality has its price. And you can taste it! Whether you are a chocolate lover yourself or want to give someone a sweet treat, whether you just want to drop by for a hot chocolate or a milkshake, the large selection, the appealing ambience and last but not least the extremely knowledgeable and very nice advice make a visit to this new chocolaterie a real experience for your taste buds. For us, this is a very clear Frankfurt tip!

When? Mon - Fri 11:00 - 19:00, Sat 11:00 - 18:00, Sun closed

Where? Berliner Straße 22, 60311 Frankfurt

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