• Thanks for the history of Godiva chocolate. My husband would appreciate the liqueur.

    • Hi Leora, If your husband likes chocolate and a great liqueur then this will be a something he will love. 🙂

  • Catarina Alexon

    Love Godiva’s chocolates and have been buying them for decades. Had no idea they have now produced a liquer. Intersting business development. Getting them into a new nisch, presumably?:-)

    • Hi Catarina, The liqueur has been around for a while now and has become a great product for them. It really is amazingly good. 🙂

  • Cheryl Therrien

    Mixing chocolate and liquer… sounds dangerous to me. LOL Love their chocolates!

  • Jon Jefferson

    This sounds like the makings of a very strange hangover. It could be an interesting bachelorette party with chocolate shots.

    • Ho Jon, Oh, indeed it would be, but its very rich so drinking that much might be problematic. 🙂

  • I wonder if I would like this I like chocolate, that said I have never drank a liqueur ever

    • If you love chocolate then you would love this liqueur Jo-Anne. Its a drink like a really good chocolate syrup with a bit of a nice kick. 🙂

  • Antionette Blake

    oooo sounds good!!!!

  • Adrienne

    Oh that just sounds sinful and I can feel the pounds creeping up as I read about this Susan. Can we say yummy!

    You find the best stuff ever to share girl. Thank you SO much.


    • It is that Adrienne… LOL. Aw, everything in moderation will allow you to have some of the most decadent things. 🙂

  • I don’t normally like liqueur chocolates but this one sounds like it would be well worth tasting Susan

    • Hi Susan, I do believe it is. It’s just the most delectable of liqueurs. It you try it let me know what you think?

  • Jeri Walker-Bickett

    It’s been so hot… I wonder if this would work in a milkshake?

    • Hi Jeri, I believe it would. You may need a bit more regular chocolate syrup, but it would be pretty darn yummy.

  • Ashley Faulkes

    My girl is from Belgium, actually the home of guylian seashell chocolates, so I am luckily no stranger to yummy Belgian Chocolates, even in Switzerland (where ironically they are not available). But I must admit I had not heard of this divine sounding liqueur!! Must check it out on my next visit! Godiva is a Belgian masterpiece :>

    • Oh how lucky you are Ashely. It is really really yummy. Anything Godiva makes is pretty darn good, huh. 🙂

  • Debra Yearwood

    This sounds so yummy, I really like Jeri’s idea of serving it in a shake or maybe poured over ice-cream. I wonder if you can make ice-cream with it. It’s available here in Ontario in a white chocolate cream as well…so there are a lot of ways to have delicious. 🙂

    • Hi Debra, What I love about this liqueur is you can use it on ice cream poundcake or by itself. There are just so many ways to enjoy it. I do like the white chocolate as well, but the original is still my all time favorite. 🙂

  • Ann Odle

    I usually don’t buy a lot of liqueurs; but I’ve been eyeing the Godiva bottle every time I walk down that grocery aisle. Maybe I’ll have to pick some up–I could call it “research” right?

    • Hi Ann, Oh, you should for sure. That’s what I do (research) all the time for my wine posts… LOL so go for it. 🙂

  • Rebecca Thompson

    I had never heard of it before, although i have seen the bottle in bottle shops. I loved the story of the nude horse riding. What a fabulous person she was 🙂

    • Hi Rebecca, You must give it a try. I know you’d be a fan once you did. The tsory is kind cool and a great fit for the company and its mission. 🙂

  • Adrienne Jones

    Sounds like it would be good in coffee…

    • Hi Adrienne, That is would. I’ve tried it and I can attest that is a great complement. 🙂

  • old fan

    I’m surprised that you say your family drinks this, yet you fail mention how the recipe changed in 2009, and became more of a chocolate milk with vodka, and less of a chocolate liqueur

    • It’s hard to get all the information in a small amount of words… LOL. The fact is you can still get the original recipe and I’ve found little to no change in its favor. I am aware of the milk chocolate variety and have tried that as well. I still prefer the original. 🙂

  • doreenpendgracs

    Hi Susan: How odd that I missed this posting when you first put it up. Yes, Godiva makes delicious chocolates and the chocolate liquer is indeed an excellent replacement for a fattening dessert. You would absolutely LOVE the chocolate pisco liquor I brought back from Peru. Too bad it’s all gone now. Looking forward to indulging with you soon.

    • Ha, Ha, I wondered, but then again you have VERY busy my friend. I so agree with you about this liquor and I know I would love the chocolate pico too. Can’t wait to have you visit. Chocolate rules. 🙂

  • Jacqueline Gum

    Nice to know the history of the liqueur. It’s been around a long time and I’ve enjoyed it!

  • I will have to try it. I think I saw it at the near by liquor store. It looks yummy. Thanks for sharing the history.

  • How did I not even know this existed?!? I feel like they should revoke my chocolate-lover card. One question, how do you serve it, chilled or room temp?

  • RoseMary Griffith

    Definitely will look for this at the wine & spirits store…you know those chocolate loving friends I mentioned!

  • Ingrid De Maeyer

    Glad you liked our yummy Godiva!