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Where's the Best Imported Chocolate Shop in Melbourne?

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Published December 13th 2011
The imported American Chocolates sold at Sweet Port


I found imported chocolate heaven (from America) in Bendigo earlier this year, and was pleased to find a couple of great spots in Melbourne fairly recently, which would naturally be more convenient. It is amazing what a great Sunday afternoon walk from St Kilda Beach and then back home to the city can do. This location wins my sweet spot firstly because of the location in Port Melbourne. This establishment is away from the beaches and is getting closer to the bike riding and walking trail along tram route 109 back to the city; so closer to Ingles Street.

For me, Melbourne's best American imported chocolate shop would have to be Sweet Port at Port Melbourne along popular Bay Street. And why? Well, the actual location in Bay Street is just perfect as already mentioned. It has to be the inviting displays; it's just such a small and colourful shop. It is great to see Hershey's chocolate bars here, and this establishment is the only place I can buy a Baby Ruth chocolate bar in inner Melbourne. It is just a different type of treat, away from conventional coffee and one of those sugary chocolate bars you can buy at Safeway or anywhere else. And expect polite and friendly customer service.

A pretty cool locale to buy these imported chocolate bars, and go for some Jelly Belly at the same time.

Where have you found the best establishment in Melbourne that sells imported chocolate bars, especially from America?

Looking forward to hearing your thoughts.

The entrance to Sweet Port
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