Danish chocolate maker Anthon Berg has been making premium chocolate boxes since way back in 1884. Originally Anthon Berg was a greengrocer but after a successful experiment on the sweet side, Anthon Berg switch from carrots to chocolates. They are now famous throughout the world for making luxury chocolate marzipan and chocolate liqueurs.
Once Anthon Berg switched from greengrocer to chocolate maker, Anthon Berg developed a cult following and word spread quickly. 1922 saw the rise of liquour and chocolate as a premium delicacy for chocoholics through out Europe. Anthon Berg was at the forefront of this innovation and within a few years was producing 12 varieties of such chocolates. Things really changed for the company in 1972 when they acquired a patent for a chocolate machine that filled small bottle shaped chocolates with liquid liquour. Allowing Anthon Berg to make 100,000 chocolates day. The famous bottle shaped chocolates along with Anthon Berg marzipan soon became favorites throughout Europe and beyond.
In 1957 Anthon Berg was awarded the Purveyor to the Royal Danish Court. A similar award to the Royal Warrant of Appointment here in the UK. The royal stamp of approval just shows how highly regarded and delicious Anthon Berg chocolates are.