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    7 Must-See European Chocolate Shops

    Visit these exquisite European chocolate shops on your next trip! It is well worth the effort. Europe is famous for many foods and beverages, and one of the most delectable

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    International Tour of Decadent Chocolate Festivals

    Let’s Begin Our Tour of International Chocolate Festivals! America loves chocolate. In fact, we love it so much that as a country, we gobble up about ½ of the world’s

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    #HotChocolateFest 2016 Vancouver BC

    Last weekend we visited Vancouver BC for the last of their 4 week chocolate festival. It was a dark and rainy weekend which made for great weather to drink chocolate! This

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    Chocolatier Profile: Dandelion Chocolate from San Francisco

    On this site, we love highlighting the talent of artisan chocolatiers around North America. Bean to bar chocolate makers are becoming more and more popular, providing even more options to

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    Drinking Chocolate in London, England

    While the United Kingdom might be better known for their tea, the drinking chocolate to be found here is nothing to scoff at! In England, hot beverages are a way

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    Drinking Chocolate Profile: Mink Chocolates, Vancouver

    In 1918, Gustav Von Mink was fervishly planting the last rows of his crops before his wife gave birth to their second child. But, the day’s events would take a

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    Drinking Chocolate For Parisians

    From pastries to architecture is there anything that Parisians don’t do beautifully? Well, drinking chocolate is certainly no exception. The key for any drinking chocolate is high quality chocolate. Wherever

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    Drinking Chocolate at Soma, Toronto

    Toronto is a world renowned destination for gourmet treats of all kinds, and chocolate is no exception. Located on a cobblestone street in Toronto’s famous Distillery District is Soma. While

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