I live in Belgium, which is the undeniable haven for chocolate lovers. In every street corner there is a chocolate shop; some selling pralines for every day gravings, others transform chocolate into a luxurious form of art.
However, when I’m wrapped in my soft white blanket deep into a good book there is nothing else my fingers would be scabbling for than the Fazer Blue. Since Karl Fazer opened his cafe in Helsinki in 1891, his name has been on the lips of all sweet tooths in the country. The secret recipe of the Fazer Blue chocolate has remained unchanged since it’s launch in 1922 and a nostalgicallly tender image has been built around it’s patented blue wrapping. The Fazer Cafe still stands at it’s original location in the heart of Helsinki. Delicious lunches, freshly baked bread, cookies, chocolates and other delicacies can be enjoyed in this modern yet traditional coffee house at Kluuvikatu 3.