has withstood the test of time as we know
it today. Though Easter cultures and third world countries are not immune
to the love of chocolate, as many of those nations enjoy consuming this
savory-sweet treat, and accept that is an unforgettable flavor.
Chocolates can be considered a delicacy by some, but the plants that
chocolate is derived from is considered sacred to a few differing but primal
cultures, creating an interesting dichotomy with those that consider
themselves to be civilized connoisseurs. Especially when considering the
case of millions of wine connoisseurs taking the time to interest themselves
in the various ways that the wine is produced, and the mixture of flavors
inherent in the taste, creating a unique collage of influences to make one
bottle truly noteworthy.
It takes time to manufacture quality chocolate, and yet still more time on a
case-by-case basis with personalized versions of confections,
especially if it happens to be handmade by a person instead of a mechanized
process. Most of the products manufactured today are
mass-produced via machinery that has been created specifically for that
particular task, and thus makes a particular quality of confection
available to the general consumer, making personalized chocolates a
specialty of particular confectioners who deal specifically in the
customized process of production.