This Thursday, July 7th is “Chocolate Day”. If you love chocolate, there are many ways to celebrate this unique holiday. Chocolate is a special treat that can be served in many forms: candies, ice cream, cereals, cakes, toppings, and many other desserts have incorporated the special flavor. If you love chocolate, this is a day to take pride in eating as much as you want. There is “World Chocolate Day” in September, and “National Chocolate Day” in October, but this summer, there is one more chocolate holiday in July.
Much like diamonds, Chocolate takes a long time to come to fruition. It comes from cacao trees in tropical rain forests. The trees have fruits that make cocoa seeds, which then create cocoa powder that is used to make chocolate. It takes 400 beans to make one pound of chocolate, and two to four days to make just one chocolate bar, similar to the time and effort it takes for diamonds to be found, cut, prepared, and incorporated into jewelry. Luxuries such as chocolate and diamonds are always well worth the wait.
At Samuelson’s, we’ll help you celebrate this Chocolate Day with a wide selection of diamonds, and we also have jewelry with chocolate-brown tones that can remind you of your favorite scrumptious flavor. We have items with brown diamonds incorporated into their designs, and we also have items that use brown tigers’ eye material in their designs.
If you like chocolate, diamonds, or the color brown, Samuelson’s is a perfect place to help you celebrate this holiday with something that can remind you of chocolate year-round. So when you finish whatever chocolate dessert you’re eating on this holiday in ten minutes or less, you can still have a piece of forever jewelry as a constant reminder of the flavor you love. Happy Chocolate Day!
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