Just in time for Valentine's Day a list of the best candy shops in each state and this one in Illinois is both unique and has delicious candy.

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The Vosges Haut Chocolat shop is the best of the best when it comes to chocolate. It's known for varieties flavored with spices, bacon, and other ingredients. 247 Tempo says,

Vosges Haut Chocolat likes to use chocolate as a medium for storytelling. The shop’s own story starts with founder and chocolatier Katrina Markoff, who served an apprenticeship in Spain and came to the belief that food could lead to “transformative, visceral experiences.”

The owner likes to think out of the box when it comes to making chocolates with different flavors and ingredients. Now, this particular shop is in Chicago, so you might not make it for this Valentine's Day. However, put this shop on your brain roller-dex because I am sure this chocolate is worth every penny.

The candy and chocolates are very unique and don't look like your typical candy. It's what makes this candy shop stand out above the others and why it's the best in the Land of Lincoln. Their menu will make anyone fall in love with chocolate even if it's not your favorite.

From the boxes to the candy and the wrapping everything is so colorful and so beautiful you may not want to eat it. Well, let's not get that carried away.

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