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Serenade Chocolatier Greets Its Customers with Passion that Has Been Passed Down for Generations

By Elisha Neubauer

When you enter the doors of Serenade Chocolatier, you'll be greeted by a warm, inviting aroma and an eyeful of decadent chocolate offerings, each handcrafted by skilled chocolatiers. With an open kitchen, guests can get a glimpse of these artisans at work, watching gleefully as they create chocolate masterpieces right in front of their eyes.

"All our chocolates are made with only the best natural ingredients," states Nur Kilic, Owner of Serenade Chocolatier. "We made 60 different chocolates in an open kitchen where you can see us creating our delicious gems with love."

Kilic tells us that it is a passion for chocolate which inspires a careful selection of only the finest ingredients. There is an obvious devotion to this craft, which has been passed down through generations of European candy makers. With ingredients such as pure butter, sweet cream, premium European chocolate, fresh roasted nuts, and fruits, it is no surprise that these impeccable treats are as visually appealing as they are appetizing.

Variety is no stranger to Serenade, either. With a eclectic selection of flavors, there's bound to be something for even the pickiest of chocolate tasters. "We have season truffles for each holiday, too," says Kilic. During Christmas, the shop launches a Linzer truffle made with raspberries and hazelnut praline, for example.

"We are just launching a custom made Advent Calendar with a Boston theme for Christmas," she details. "It will be filled with our handmade Chocolates, available in milk or dark selection." And, of course, it wouldn't be Valentine's Day without specialty chocolates. "Valentine's Day is all about chocolates with passion fruit and champagne truffles," Kilic exclaims. "We make personalize chocolate hearts with your message written in chocolate." She adds, "Valentine's Day everyone must have some chocolate."

A recent addition to the menu came with the shop's 20th anniversary. Being a chocolatier, Kilic opted to do away with smashing a bottle of champagne (the usual celebratory tradition) and instead chose to smash the cake. To do so, she created a large piñata cake, which is now featured on the menu. Piñata cakes are chocolate shells made from milk or dark chocolate filled with the luscious artisan chocolates made right in the shop.

These cakes are available in two standard sizes, 6" and 8". "It is sold with a wooden mallet so that you can smash it to discover the additional goodies inside," says Kilic. With a week's notice, each cake can be customized to fit any event.

"We are passionate about creating the best chocolates," Kilic announces. "We are always finding fun new ingredients to make new candies. Stop in for a taste."

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