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    Choose Your Own Chocolate Adventure

    Choose Your Own Chocolate Adventure

    Kirsten Clark March 6, 2014 No Comments

    I feel like I have been driving north a lot lately, but when there is chocolate adventure to be had, I don’t mind at all!

    This time I stayed within the US border, but got pretty darn close to our neighbors up north again with my weekend being spent at Semiahmoo Resort, near Blaine, Washington. My chocolate adventure actually took place in Bellingham, Washington, at Chocolate Necessities.

    Snow on

    Snow on the Beach Semiahmoo Resort, near Blaine, Washington.

    View of Snow on Beach

    My morning view of snow on the beach.

    Let me set the scene for you- light jazz played in the background and snow fell gently outside the window as I relaxed inside with a delicious cup of Italian drinking chocolate.

    Chocolate Necessities storefront

    Chocolate Necessities, the spot where I stopped for some amazing drinking chocolate.

    The great thing about Chocolate Necessities is its nice list of different chocolate drinks. It can truly be a choose your own chocolate adventure. As I said, I tried the Italian drinking chocolate, which they will make with the chocolate of your choice. It was smooth and rich, exactly what I was looking for.

    Italian drinking in a

    My cup of Italian drinking chocolate. I loved the mug it was served in!

    I was also able to sample little bits of the chocolate that is used to make the different drinks. I could really taste the different flavors in each sample.I appreciated that there was this sampling opportunity. It already has me planning my next drink selection!

    If you are ever in or around the Bellingham, Wash., area you must stop by Chocolate Necessities and try one of their delicious drinks.

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