Innocent delights Mar 30, 2013 Celia ⋅ Around town ⋅ 900 North, Chicago, Chocolate, Easter, European, food, interiors, Michigan Avenue, shopping, shops, storefronts, Teuscher ⋅ When she has an excuse, Celia visits the Teuscher chocolate shop in the 900 North building. In addition to selling the most beautiful chocolates, the store is decorated like a spring bower. Share this:PrintEmailTwitterFacebook Related Like 0 Thanks! You've already liked this « Old and new life, on Easter Even » Today No Comments Harley Mar 31, 2013 @ 19:47:48 Once in a while I go to that very fine chocolate store too. It is very costly-a pound of their pre-made candy box is $72 !!!!!………Hope you did not over-indulge ! Celia Mar 31, 2013 @ 22:40:26 I bought one chocolate bunny and it didn’t break the bank. . . . The little girl in me loves looking at their special flower-boxed chocolates but I would never spring for them. . . . Partly it’s just a pleasure to look at the bright colors of this small interior and at such beautiful and precisely made edible treats–it isn’t necessary that I eat them! The Lu Life Mar 31, 2013 @ 23:05:09 I absolutely love Teuscher! Their chocolate is soooo smooth and rich! Walking in the store is honestly like a burst of spring so winter no longer looks so bleak in Chicago… until you walk outside again! If you make it to Switzerland, Teuscher chocolates are a bit cheaper (so stock up!), and the Swiss just adore the champagne truffles that cost a fortune. Celia Apr 01, 2013 @ 05:51:50 Yum! The champagne truffles are complex and delicious–I have never been to the “mother ship”–would love to go.