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Dec 17, 2008 10:45 AM

Truffles in boxes for just two?

I am making my own xmas crackers this year and instead of filling them with crappy toys and crowns, I wanted to have a little box with 2 truffles in it. I therefore need a chocolatier that has small enough boxes that only two chocolates fit in ( if the boxes are for four I wont be able to make a cracker around it). I would like to get them from Soma, but does anyone know if they do boxes of two? If not, any other suggestions (have already tried Godiva, the smallest they will do is 8).

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  1. When I bought chocolates there in the summer, Xococava had boxes for only 2 truffles.

    1. That place in the Exchange Tower (First Canadian Place maybe) does that and you can pick the two truffles...

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      1. A friend makes truffles to order - and offers 2 to a box. See

        1. You can buy these boxes from Creative Bag, which is on Steeprock, just west of the Allen (or I think it's Dufferin up there). It's the most amazing store full of every conceivable wrapping/boxing/gifting accoutrements.

          So you could buy the boxes there and fill them with whatever chocolates you want.

          1. I have seen these at Bernard Callebaut -- 2 delicious truffles in a glossy copper-coloured box. However, I don't see them listed on their website, so it might be worth a phone call first. They only have stores in Oakville and London now.

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            1. re: CuriousCat

              I would call STUBBE on Dupont at Christie.....seems to me that I received a box of two only as part of a Christmas present.