Fritz Knipschildt is a Danish chef and chocolatier. He's the creator behind the most high priced chocolate on the globe. He started Knipschildt Chocolatier in South Norwalk, Connecticut in the year 1999 . Each of the chocolates are handmade artisan products only using the freshest pure and natural ingredients, with zero chemicals or preservatives. He sells a chocolate known as Madeleine who contains a creamy truffle ganache produced from French Valrhona chocolate blended with fresh cream infused with vanilla pods and authentic Italian truffle oil. Mr. Knipschildt’s explanation for the price tag is the tremendous amount of work that goes into producing these chocolates. Every one of these delicious truffle chocolates has got a price tag of 250 dollars, making the confection price around $2,600 per pound in quantity. The Madeleine needs to be ordered in advance, and every one chocolate includes a individually signed card describing the way it was produced and a exclusive serial number.