What a chic little cabinet of chocolate sweets, a treat which a French cleric condemned as "the damnable agent of necromancers and sorcerers. It is well to abstain from chocolate in order to avoid the familiarity and company of a nation so suspected of sorcery--Spain."
"April's festivities mean there are temptations everywhere—Marshmallow Peeps at the checkout counter and jelly beans on your co-workers' desks. This year, skip the kid stuff, and instead hunt down confections from Vienna's legendary Altmann & Kühne. Each gorgeous case is papered in traditional Wiener Werkstätte designs sophisticated enough to perch on your vanity table once the box is empty. But the real artistry is inside—the dainty handmade chocolates, marzipans, and nougats are almost too pretty to eat. Sure beats a straw basket and plastic grass..."
Longer text bloc on bottom borrowed from Vogue's Style.com