Every Valentine’s Day, we are all waiting for chocolate as a part of the romantic holiday. Why? Is it because everybody love chocolate? Is just for how good you fell every time you eat one? Or is just tradition?I think the tradition angle wins out. Chocolate has been referred to as “the food of the gods” since the time of the Aztec Indians. In fact the Aztec ruler, Montezuma believed chocolate was an aphrodisiac. Christopher Columbus enjoyed the chocolate he discovered in the Americas. So, he brought it back as a tribute to Queen Isabella of Spain along with other treasures like gold! This new luxury, chocolate, and its legend as an aphrodisiac quickly made its way across the aristocracy of Europe.In time though, chocolate made its way to the masses. By the 1800s, the Cadbury Brothers had set up shop in England making and selling chocolate to average citizens. In 1861, Richard Cadbury created the first ever heart-shaped box for Valentine’s Day. Thus, began the common link between chocolate and Valentine’s Day.Modern science has linked the chemical phenylethylamine in chocolate to feelings of excitement, attraction and even pleasure. Though women make most of the chocolate purchases during the year (75%), men make the most purchases for Valentine’s Day (75%).So, don't forget to buy chocolate because it is part of the Valentine’s Day tradition.Buy the chocolates for your loves ones at our favorite place, go visit SincerelyNust.com there you can find delicious and varied of chocolate like: Dark chocolate, white chocolate, sugar free and more.