Wonderful City Dreams Collection

Sweet Greetings from all the Wonderful Cities

Premium Belgian chocolatier, GODIVA, is proud to announce the launch of its new limited edition Wonderful City Dreams Collection. The latest addition to GODIVA's exquisite 'Gold' portfolio, Wonderful City Dreams Collection is a contemporary collection of divine chocolate pieces, crafted by GODIVA's master Chef Chocolatiers.

Inspired by the bustling cosmopolitanism of the world's most iconic cities, Wonderful City Dreams Collection is an international culinary journey of pure chocolate pleasure. Celebrating London, New York, Shanghai, Tokyo and Brussels, the chefs captured the sights, scents, tastes and sounds of the city they each call home. Using premium Belgian chocolate and gorgeous ingredients, the chefs created a multi-layered chocolate experience as inspiring as the cities themselves.

Indulgent 'New York' features a cheesecake-flavoured mousse filling with pieces of biscuit crumble in a blond chocolate shell; divine 'London' boasts a strawberry ganache and a chocolate mousse flavoured with a hint of violet in a white chocolate case; sumptuous 'Tokyo' combines a Venezuelan milk chocolate ganache flavoured with a hint of yuzu in a milk chocolate shell; sublime 'Shanghai' boasts a lychee and white chocolate ganache filling with roasted hazelnut nibs in a dark chocolate shell, and heavenly 'Brussels' is filled with a hazelnut praliné ganache with crunchy brésilienne and encased in an intense dark chocolate shell.

The stylish packaging was designed by French illustrator and comic designer Pénélope Bagieu. Giving GODIVA's classic gold packaging a vibrant, youthful twist, Bagieu's sleek design features stylised landmarks from each iconic city.

"Wonderful City Dreams is inspired by the art, creativity and craftsmanship we find in the world's most exhilarating cities. Multi-layered and wonderfully complex, each indulgent morsel will transport you through your taste buds, to lands where dreams really can come true." GODIVA Chef Chocolatier Jean Apostolou.