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Lindt Chocolate Shop

People walk past Lindt Chocolate Shop on 34th Street in New York City.
Angelito Jusay

The chocolate that initially arrived in Europe was unrecognisable to the chocolate we know today; it was coarse and dry – it certainly did not melt in the mouth! 

1879 was a revolutionary year for chocolate. It was the year that Rodolphe Lindt invented conching. This new process produced the most flavoursome chocolate with a silky smooth, velvety texture that has since become synonymous with Lindt. 

There is chocolate; then there is Lindt chocolate.

7 West 34th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues

Find Lindt on 34th Street

Monday - Friday: 11am-6pm
Saturday - Sunday: 12pm-5pm