Take the time to evaluate and enjoy what you have, where you are now, and chocolate every day is a part of that experience.
Rhinebeck, NY (PRWEB) January 31, 2009 -
Chocolate gifts are so popular Valentines Day because they have always communicated a message of love. Now Oliver Kita (http://www.oliverkita.com)
has created a new line of chocolates called LoveLetter that spells out a specific message right on the chocolates and in an enclosed card. "Emotions connected to the taste of chocolate are intense, evocative, passionate, and fulfilling," said Oliver Kita. "With my new Loveletter line, people can send a box of gourmet chocolates that evoke these emotions in taste and words."
A box of LoveLetter Chocolates contains eight hearts displayed in two layers; each heart is filled with organic dark chocolate truffle ganache. Each of the the top quartet of hearts is inscribed with a word, and the four hearts together suggest a single thought, creating a chocolate LoveLetter.
"This is the best way to awaken to the spirit of Love on St.Valentines Day," said Kita. "Chocolate and love are so entwined, and I wanted to create a total experience for the recipient, as well as active online participation for the giver."
The Romance Quartet has four chocolates each with a word: Kiss…Romance…Love…and
Laughter. In a drop down menu on the website (http://www.oliverkita.com/valentine),
one then chooses the enclosed card, with inscriptions such as "I am yours," "Thinking about your touch," "Map of my heart," Longing to share," and "I love you."
The Joy Quartet has chocolate truffles with the words Remember…Joy…Laughter…Love, and inscribed cards include "I am with you every day," Ready to begin again," "All that you do," "We never have to grow up," and "Practical wisdom."
There is also a Love Quartet , and on each of the truffles is the word Love. "This is a message we need to send over and over again to the ones we care about," added Kita.
LoveLetter Chocolates arrive in Oliver's signature brown box decorated with the LoveLetter Pen Symbol on the box and completed with a red satin ribbon bow embossed with metallic gold lettering script reading "chocolat."
Visitors to Oliver's website can see the complete LoveLetter line and other jewel-like chocolate creations just for Valentine's Day.
About Oliver Kita
Oliver Kita is an award-winning Chef and Caterer who turned his artistic culinary talents to creating hand-made chocolates. A Culinary Institute of America graduate, Chef Oliver Kita received diplomas from L'Ecole Lenotre in Paris, L'Ecole du Grand Chocolat Valrhona in France and Academy du Chocolat, Barry-Callebaut, Montreal. "Appreciating chocolate every day can change your perspective on living," said Kita. "Take the time to evaluate and enjoy what you have, where you are now, and chocolate every day is a part of that experience."
For more information contact:
Joan Schuman, Joan Schuman Associates, LTD, 0.845.33.2955/c.845.417.4243,