Indulge in your little own Wonka fantasy thanks to these chocolate shops in Melbourne!

If you’re a chocoholic like us, you know that there’s no such thing as too much chocolate. And, lucky for us, Melbourne is a chocolate lover’s paradise, with some of the most amazing artisanal chocolate shops in the country. Whether you want to treat yourself, spoil someone special, or just get your sugar fix, you’ll find something to make you happy in this chocolate wonderland.

From bean-to-bar masters who craft their own chocolate from scratch to inventive chocolatiers experimenting with flavours and shapes, here are the best artisanal chocolate shops in Melbourne that you must taste your way through in 2023!

<strong>Xocolatl Artisan Chocolates</strong>
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Xocolatl Artisan Chocolates

If you’re after a more refined chocolate experience, then look no further than the folks over at Xocolatl Artisan Chocolates. Across their shops in Kew and Canterbury, some of Melbourne’s finest chocolatiers are handcrafting dark, milk and white chocolate treats with an ever-changing array of rich and unique flavours. And if you want a consistent stream of sugar treats, then the Xocolatl subscription box delivers some of the chocolatiers best handmade sweets right to your door each month. So take a bite of Xocolatl’s truly artisan chocolates and let each bite melt in your mouth.

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Self-described as an ‘opulent destination for all things sweet,’ Bibelot hopes to bring a slice of great fresh patisserie culture to Melbourne. Bringing together a gelateria, patisserie, coffee bar and chocolate shop, Bibelot focuses on high quality ingredients and artisanship to craft beautiful and tasty chocolates. With unique mixtures such as honey, mango and macadamia, be sure to experience the best of Melbourne’s artisanal chocolate at Bibelot!

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285-287 Coventry St, South Melbourne, VIC 3205
<strong>Mork Chocolate Brew House</strong>
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Mork Chocolate Brew House

One of the most renowned chocolate specialists in Melbourne, Mork Chocolate Brew House is a true delight for chocolate fans. Best known for their lavish and textured hot chocolates, Mork also turns their classic hot chocolate recipe into scrumptious treats to enjoy for any occasion. So bring some friends along and sip on some delicious artisanal chocolate at one of the best chocolate shops in Melbourne, Mork!

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<strong>Koko Black</strong>
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Koko Black

You know this had to be on our list as one of the best chocolate shops in Melbourne. Handcrafted, premium chocolates are truly Koko Black’s forte. And, it comes to no surprise that Koko Black is always elevating Melbourne’s chocolate game with sensational black, milk, and white chocolate treats with quirky flavours like raspberry liquorice and espresso martini. Add on the range of vegan friendly chocolates, and you have no reason to skip the delicious chocolates of Koko Black.

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<strong>Ratio Cocoa Roasters</strong>
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Ratio Cocoa Roasters

One of the best artisanal chocolate shops in Brunswick, Ratio Cocoa Roasters is such a fresh take on delicious chocolate. Using traditional chocolate techniques to make small batches of unique chocolate flavours to their shelves; what makes Ratio stand out is their range of chocolates with ingredients sourced from small family farms from around the world.  So take a bite from the best of the world’s chocolate right from Brunswick at Ratio Cocoa Roaster.

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186 Sydney Rd, Brunswick, VIC 3056

Hungry for more? Feel good with every bite thanks to our list of the Top 8 Australian Made Ethical Chocolate Brands. Or, learn from the very best thanks to this exclusive Koko Black Signature Hot Chocolate Recipe.

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