I'll start with Copenhagen as I visited there first. Copenhagen is the home to one of the best restaurant in the world by the name of Noma.
This was my second visit in this colourful city. This time I had a full day and I decide to dedicate it to ramble in the city centre. Copenhagen is known of its designers and everywhere you see stylish shops and even the B&B was furnished in good taste according to the local standards.
I couldn't resist though checking the chocolate shops in Copenhagen and I contacted Richard from Chocolate and Love who sent me a list of the best shops.
Opposite A XOCO located Peter Beier Chokolade on Gammel Kongevej 98, Frederiksberg. They stock huge range of chocolate and you can sit here and have hot chocolate. They make more traditional chocolate.
I visited just before Easter which means it was snowy so I didn't look for any ice cream place and all the shops had Chocolate Easter eggs.
If you're already visiting this area you and fancy something savoury you should try Meyers Deli, by the way they stock chocolate too. They stocked AMMA Chocolate which I discovered a couple of years ago in Salon du Chocolat in Paris. It hasn't reached the shores of Britain yet.
The last one in the list is the department store Mad&Vin that has a deli floor including good selection of chocolate. Here I bought the famous Scandinavian liquorice Lakrids but unlike the one of Summerbird you need to be a fan to like it. In the past Sugarsin in Covent Garden in London used to stock it, but I think they discountinued. Each flavour has different number. Some of them are coated with chocolate and others flavours.
We cross the Øresund Bridge into Sweden and heading to Stockholm. I visited here in July and the day I arrived was very warm even in global standards so the first stop after I checked in to my hotel was StikkiNikki. It has several shops and one kiosk by the harbour which is open only during the summer. StikkiNikki was open by an American lady and it's probably the best ice cream you'll experience in Sweden. If you're courage enough try the liquorice flavour.