Blue Tulip's Chocolates Are (Almost) Too Gorgeous To Eat

A look at Diane Holland’s artisanal Halloween chocolates.



Happy Scarecrow Pumpkin With Orange Cat amid a sea of chocolates Blue Tulip chocolates.

Photography by Philip Garrity & John Bruno Turiano

You know the trick-or-treat menu well: Kit Kats, Snickers, Reese’s, Tootsie Rolls. If your neighborhood skews older, the occasional pack of Good ‘N Plenty or Mike & Ikes. There are other, more sophisticated options.

Diane Holland, owner and chocolatier at 2014 Best of Westchester-Winning Blue Tulip Chocolates in Rye (a stone’s throw from our office), dropped by with a few of her hand-made (hand-sculpted, hand-painted, etc.) Halloween and fall-themed chocolates. Let’s just say they are too nice to hand out to 7-year-old strangers.


Related: Your Halloween Candy Cheat Sheet


She swears it wasn’t a bribe for publicity, and we believe her, but how could we not photograph and share Happy Scarecrow Pumpkin With Orange Cat, as she calls it?

Leaf and Pumpkin-painted chocolate squares.

Assorted chocolates.

Blue Tulip Chocolates
137 Purchase St, Rye
(914) 481-4840; bluetulipchocolates.com

 

 

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