Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Royce' Chocolate's Nama Chocolate

Just received a little package from my cuz (thanks Teresa!), and from the looks of it, I knew it was something different...and it was.


The Nama Chocolate Champaign Pierre Mignon, rich, velvety smooth melt-in-your mouth texture like no other. Made from the finest premium ingredients, selected chocolates, fresh cream and world class quality liqueurs, the combination releases delicate, subtle, yet rich flavors unique to Royce' Chocolate.





Temperature sensitive, each product is delicately placed in a thermal pouch upon purchase at any Royce' Chocolate outlet to maintain the product quality. Like most Japanese products, the packaging is detailed and elegant, and the product is beautifully presented. Storage temperatures require a constant 10 degrees Celsius or lower, and can only be stored for one month or less.


Soft, rich and creamy, the subtle flavors deliver a distinct, very indulgent mouth feel, and yes, you can't help but close your eyes.  And don't let it stay in your hands too long, body temperatures easily melt these delicate bars. A small plastic spoon is provided for easier handling, very cool.



Established in 1983 in Hokkaido, Japan, Royce' Chocolate began with a small, simple operation centered on premium quality chocolate. The use of high grade premium ingredients and techniques proved to be key factors in their success. From Hokkaido, the very first overseas branch was opened in Singapore in 2001, followed by new stores in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Thailand and Taiwan, and in 2008, Royce' Chocolate finally arrived in the Philippines. With six outlets located in premium mall locations, access to these one-of-a-kind products is within easy reach.



Sadly, Royce Chocolate does not ship products to any other location aside from their Asian store outlets due to quality and temperature issues. But hopefully, more worldwide locations will be opened. Hopefully...

Royce' Chocolate is located at The Podium, Ground Floor, Ortigas Center, Pasig City or call 379-3224 for details on other branch locations.

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39 comments:

  1. I wanna try royce's nama chocolate too! :) i've only tried their potato chips and chocolate bars.. Really good! :)

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    1. Hi Berylle, real melt-in-your-mouth goodness, really good stuff!

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  2. Ohh man... I LOVE Royce chocolate! Had them for first time when I went to Singapore for a visit. They're sooo good. And you're right, the truffles really were melt in your mouth, what a nice surprise. I actually really like their choc flavoured potato chips too. That was another one of those "surprisingly good" products lol. I love how high quality most Japanese stuff are =)

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    1. hey Winston, Royce chocolate rocks! From the packaging to the melt-in-your mouth chocolate, awesome!

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  3. This does look like a rich specialty chocolate. Pretty cool gift as far as I am concerned! The days of shipping chocolate are gone now because of the weather here, but things will be available again in September! Enjoy your Royce chocolates!

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    1. Hi Tina, this would be a perfect gift, unless I get tempted to grab a few bars! Thanks Tina!

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  4. Tried that and you're right, it melts like crazy! Loved the green tea version too!

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    1. Hi lazyblackcat, I have to try the green tea soon, that sounds good too!

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  5. Your pictures never fail to make me crave whatever is in focus...Keep posting ;)

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    1. hey MyFudo, thanks! I always get inspired with your photos, thanks again!

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  6. I'm not necessarily a chocolate person, but that is some seriously gorgeous dark chocolate!

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    1. Hi Cucina49, it's really awesome! Thanks for dropping by!

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  7. These look fabulous! Is there anything better then a good piece of chocolate? Have a great day!

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    1. Hi SerenaB, definitely nothing better than a piece of chocolate! Thanks for visiting!

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  8. oLooks like its the "Rolls Royce" of chocolate ;-)

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    1. Hi Nicholas V., yup, I agree! Thanks for dropping by!

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  9. I got to try Royce' Au Lait and Champagne Nama Chocolates and they were really special! :) Although it's quite pricey for just a box of chocs, I'd still gladly pay the price. Btw, their box of Petite Truffle Orange is great too! :)

    PS: Followed your blog. Hope you can visit mine too.
    www.thepurpledoll.net

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    1. Hi Sumi, Royce rocks! It is pricey, but well worth it. Will try the Petite Truffle Orange soon. Thanks for stopping by, and thanks for following too! Looking forward to sharing more posts with you!

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  10. What a fabulous chocolate - would not mind some of this beauty for sure :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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    1. Hi Choc Chip Uru, it's really one of a kind, I'm sure you'll enjoy this treat. Thanks for stopping by!

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  11. This looks too delicious - chocolate lover in me is craving :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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    1. Yup, got a few pieces left...really good stuff!

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  12. i love the name...Royce...classy and rich...craving for one, too.

    enjoy the coming weekend.

    http://www.sibuyasrepublic.com

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    1. Hi imriz, I agree, the name just fits the premium image of the brand. Thanks for visiting and have a great weekend!

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  13. You know, I've never ever tried Royce chocolates. Maybe it's time I did :) I've seen them at the Podium so I know where to go. That delish by the way! Visiting from FTF!

    The Twerp and I

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    1. Hi Jellybelly, give yourself a well deserved treat, go for it! Thanks for stopping by!

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  14. That really looks delectable. Bet it's expensive, too.

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    1. Hi Eric, it definitely is, pricey but well worth it! Thanks for stopping by!

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  15. this looks absolutely mouth-watering! i've seen their store at The Podium and i felt the pricey vibe, kaya di ako lumalapit! LOL

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    1. Hi Luna, it's quite pricey, but definitely different and worth a try! Thanks for stopping by!

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  16. What a delicate package you have there, and quite delicious, too, based on your description. I wish someone would send me one, too!

    http://www.delightmyappetite.com/2012/05/late-lunch-at-pepper-lunch/

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    1. Hi Tetcha, this one's a real treat! Thanks for dropping in!

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  17. Wow this post makes me drool woth envy, the choco is so mouthwatering and irresistable to look at.

    Been here from FTF.

    Happy Foodie: Sunny SIde Up Eggs is my entry to Food Trip Friday

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    1. Hi Cielo, it tastes as good as it looks! Thanks for stopping by!

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  18. Wow, Your photos are so pretty! my amateur iphone photos admit defeat. haha! i love royce! totally melts the heart

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    1. Hi thedancingjewels, thanks! I still have a lot to learn about photography, just an amateur with a long way to go. Thanks for visiting!

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  19. Damn! This is so good. This'll only last one seating for me! :)

    www.justonebigman.blogspot.com

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    1. hey Justin, yup, this didn't last very long hahaha! Thanks for dropping by buddy!

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  20. I really love chocolates and I am craving for that chocolates on your blog. Hope I can taste it too. Thanks for sharing it.

    You may also drop by here @ nuvali restaurants

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