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Although I popped in as they were readying to close, the staff were more than happy to help me; however, so as not to be inconsiderate, I returned the next morning and they were still perfectly helpful and pleasant.
There were all sorts of lovely...More
Strolling up Government street wouldn’t be complete without a stop in the lively Rogers Chocolates Shop! Many items are ready to go In boxes and attractive tins, but my favorite thing to do is hand select pieces to build my own box. Quality chocolates and...More
This shop was a walk into an old fashioned chocolate shop in Europe. The chandelier over the cash register was amazing. The first chocolate I tasted was dark chocolate maple cream. I'm craving it now! The second was a dark chocolate sea salt caramel. Needless...More
These chocolates are very special and a treat for everyone. We favour the chocolate ones but the fruit and spice flavoured ones are also a treat. The sugar content is high, so dieters beware; all in moderation! Outlets are in every city across Canada. Watch...More
Rogers is an icon in Victoria. Started in 1885 by Charles Roger, he created the famous Victoria creme. Years ago, it was my grandma’s favourite chocolate place. Yep! I recall the red box with ‘Rogers’ black logo.
Now I’m carrying on the tradition. It is...More
. After free samples we purchased some creams for ourselves and as a gift for a neighbor. Worth a visit buying or no buying.
Just checking out the building going back to the early 1900's is interesting and the chocolates are that much better. Stop...More
A trip to Victoria isn't complete without visiting Rodger's Chocolates. The store itself is historic and fun to visit. We cannot leave without getting 1 or 10 Victoria cremes which are pillows of coconut, maple nut, vanilla, or chocolate covered in at least 1/4 inch...More