While other companies such as Quady Winery showcased an assortment of dessert wines including Essensia and Electra Muscats and Elysium and Red Electra Black Muscats
Spices and Tease, who featured just about every spice and tea possibly available on the planet
For those of you have love possibly wearing chocolate, Sweet Factory, featured jewelry and charms in shapes and designs of delicious treats such as gummy bears, chocolate bars, macarons, ice cream cones, etc
Along with all the decadent varieties of chocolate and chocolate-inspired products, the show also featured some amazing costumes inspired by Broadway Shows made from chocolate. The first one, Roxie which is inspired by the musical Chicago features the garment lace overlay and bowler hat made from Valrhona Dark Chocolate
The William Levy Long-designed costume was created by Chocolatier/Pastry Chef, Joelle Mahoney.
Another great chocolate creation was the Chocolate Folly, a costume designed by Tony Award Winning designer, Gregg Barnes was created by Pastry Chef, Steve Evetts.
The costume features chocolate beads, chocolate jewelry, chocolate feathers and a towering chocolate headdress.
General admission tickets for the New York Chocolate Show are $30 in advance ($35 at the door) and one ticket allows two children per adult to attend for free. For more information about attending the next New York Chocolate Show, sign up for their newsletter at http://newyork.salon-du-chocolat.com/accueil.aspx.