Chocolates For Valentine’s Day
Experts can present various theories of its origin, but this thing is clear that there is Valentine’s Day as a big community wanted to celebrate their love. The appreciation of such powerful emotions developed many ways of life that we know these days such as giving flowers, handing over chocolates and exchanging love letters.
As cards, letters and flowers are already very old Valentine’s Day gift, chocolates have just recently been famous in some countries. Though by now chocolates were used as a gift while the Aztecs time. This is believed of Aztecs that by eating the fruit of the cocoa tree power and wisdom will be acquired, from which tree chocolates are created. They also deemed chocolates had fortifying, aphrodisiac and nourishing qualities.
Spanish Princess Maria Theresa gave Louis XIV his engagement gift of France chocolates in a gracefully elaborated chest in the 17th century. During these days in many areas of France, there was already a chocolate craze.
These days, chocolate gifts mean pleasure, love, and lust. Many people say chocolates are suggestive and seductive because of its silkiness, gratifying potent and creaminess.
A review of Debra Waterhouse, who authored Why Women Want Chocolate, the results showed that 22 percent women were more possibly use chocolate to lift up their moods and 50 percent of them respondent chocolates over sex.
People give regular, milk or dark chocolates, it’s depending on the flavor of the receiver. Chocolate covered strawberries, the tower of sweet surprises, melting hot fondue set and handmade chocolate gifts are few favorite gifts on the internet.
Shown with a beautiful sprinkle, a chocolate-secured strawberry is made out of strawberries hand plunged into milk, white or dark chocolates. Meanwhile, hand-made chocolates have numerous varieties relying upon the taste bud of the cook and the recipient. These chocolates are placed in a popular Valentine’s boxes.
Sweet surprises add up to of covered white chocolate pretzels, strawberries, and cream buttons caramels of chocolate cherry taste.
Japanese women have started to give chocolates to men because Japanese tradition makes different ideas in giving chocolates. Though, men give gifts to women during the White Day of every 14th of March. That is why because ladies are encouraged to show their love by giving chocolates on Valentine’s Day. They also give chocolates to their father, brother, colleagues and their male friends.
The chocolate ladies provide for associates, partners, and bosses are called “Giri-choco,” which truly implies commitment chocolate. Ladies make a point to give Giri-choco so that the men won’t get a handle on the left. The cost of giri-choco ranges from 200 to 500 yen.
For those men they adore, women go with their chocolate gifts with different things, for example, garments, bowties, and sleeve fasteners to give some examples. These chocolates are called “honmei-choco,” which actually implies planned champ chocolate. A honmei-choco is costly compared with a giri-choco. These can likewise be home-made.
Japan is a surely understood country of chocolates. Insights say that the chocolates sold amid Valentine’s Day were for the most part sold in Japan. This country has stores offering an assortment of local and imported chocolates. Popular Japanese chocolate brands are Meiji, Morinaga, and Glico.