Food Network Says Gail Ambrosius is One of “America’s Best”

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09.08.2010 – MADISON, Wis. – The editors of Food Network Magazine have declared that Gail Ambrosius Chocolatier makes “the best little box of chocolates” in the nation. Gail is featured in the magazine’s September issue in an article called “America’s Best: Top Ten Sweets.”

Ambrosius will also appear on an accompanying show, “America’s Best,” on the Food Network. The four-part series, hosted by Alton Brown of “Good Eats” and “Iron Chef America,” will focus on the top ten food destinations, comfort foods, regional classics and sweets and then name winners in each category. The series will air at 8 p.m., CST, September 20-23. Ambrosius will appear on the “Sweets” episode, airing at 8 p.m. CST, on Thursday, September 23.

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“I’m still pinching myself,” Ambrosius said. “We’re so excited to be selected. For me, it’s about creating the richest chocolate experience. Seeing the happiness of my customers when they bite into my chocolate is the greatest reward. Getting national recognition is icing on the cake.”

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About Gail Ambrosius Chocolatier

Gail Ambrosius Chocolatier, 2086 Atwood Avenue, Madison, Wis., makes deliciously exotic dark chocolates in her shop daily for legions of loyal fans in the area and around the country. Taking inspiration from the unique flavors of the finest single-origin chocolates, Gail and her staff are constantly tasting, adjusting and concocting new signature truffles and treats to create the ultimate chocolate experience. Visit

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About the Company:

Gail Ambrosius founded her chocolate business in 2004, based on a deep love of dark chocolate and all of its richly complex and flavorful possibilities. She holds monthly tastings in her shop and encourages you to drop by and learn more about the distinct flavors of single-origin chocolate.

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Gail Ambrosius Chocolatier specializes in creating deliciously exotic dark chocolates in her Madison, Wisc., shop daily for legions of loyal fans in the area and around the country. Much like coffee, fine chocolate takes on the characteristics of the regions where the cacao beans are grown. Gail uses single-origin chocolate for most of her truffles, meaning that the unique flavors of a particular region’s cacao are melded with the finest spices, fruits, teas, nuts and other natural ingredients for the ultimate chocolate experience.

Gail and her staff are constantly tasting, adjusting and concocting new signature truffles and treats, bringing in fresh seasonal flavors to their handmade chocolates. At the same time, Gail is involved in every step of the process from ensuring the cacao farmers receive fair payment to powering her shop with solar and wind power.

About the products:

Looking for a small, simply divine pleasure for a gift, a special occasion or to savor in a rare moment of pampering? Gail Ambrosius Chocolatier has a constantly changing assortment of flavor options that fits the bill. Below are just a few of the possibilities:

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Gail Ambrosius Chocolate. photo courtesy of Gail Ambrosius Chocolatier

Boxed chocolates: Truffles are available in beautifully designed boxes in a variety of flavor assortments and sizes. Flavor assortments include: Travel, Teas and Liqueurs. You can also select your own flavor combinations from our wide variety.

Price per box: $4.25 for two-piece; $11.00 for six-piece; $21.50 for 12-piece; and $40 for 24-piece box.

Twelve on the twelfth: You can order their box of twelve chocolates to arrive on the 12th of each month (or as near as possible). This makes a great gift anytime or as a convenient way to keep yourself in chocolate each month. You can select the flavor and length of time you want them to deliver.

Price: $64.50 plus shipping for three months, billed in monthly installments.

Hot chocolate: Warm your senses with this small batch, shaved 65 percent dark Columbian chocolate. Melt into warmed milk or enjoy European style in hot water. Thick and decadent. One bag makes 25 eight-ounce servings.

Price: $15.00

Chocolate sauce: A chocolate sauce for grown-up tastes. Dark and thick, it’s perfect on fruit, ice cream or just treat yourself to a spoonful. Made with Rainforest Certified Ecuadorian chocolate.

Price: $9.00

Shipping: Gail Ambrosius Chocolatier chocolates are made by hand in small batches to provide the freshest chocolate experience. Chocolates should be eaten within two weeks of purchase or refrigerated.


Chocolates can be purchased at their retail store at 2086 Atwood Avenue, Madison, Wisc., or purchased online at