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Chocolate Lab is the culmination of several years of experiments to make the perfect truffles and other fine desserts. Our mission is to make the most delicious delectables anywhere, and this is evident in everything we do – from using the highest quality ingredients to hand-dipping each individual chocolate confection. We are a true combination of art and science, so each taste is unique but distinctly chocolate.


Simone -

These are not just any old truffles — they're hand-crafted by two locals who have developed their chocolate-making hobby into a full -blown business with the intent to bring world class quality chocolates to this city. Choosing each component of each truffle carefully, making sure that all the elements of the flavor palate fit together perfectly, they bring you cocoa creations both familiar and other-worldly. From the classic dark chocolate or tuxedo truffle, to the highly experimental yet mind-blowingly delicious serrano ham-manchego cheese truffle, to the downright hilarious jalapeno-Pop Rocks truffle (pictured), co-owners Phil and Austin are doing something new and exciting for Denver's chocolate scene.

Doug G. -

Royal Cream: The Royal Truffle, like all royalty, offers you complexity and layers of smooth and charming depth. You bite into a powdered covered shell that is poignant and at the same austere. Once you get beyond the shell, the royal truffle lets its guard down and you discover complexities of soft and smooth milk chocolate intertwined with rich complexities of dark chocolate - all velvety and smooth.

Kristen R. -

Blood Orange Pink Peppercorn Truffle: First of all, the fragrance of the chocolate before I took a bite made my taste buds tingle in anticipation. Upon first bite was a rich, delicious soft shell of decadent dark chocolate with a sudden burst of sweet citrus. The soft center simply melted over my tongue with this flavor explosion. The hint of peppercorn made me think of Italy (they must use peppercorn in their dishes??), but I liked the lingering taste it left, long after my truffle was gone.

Anamaria O -

Your truffles are like a fine wine, the flavor lingers long after the chocolate is gone.

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