Status: Planning a Chocolatour to Switzerland. Was last there in 2009, for my first-ever chocolate research trip. Now, seven years later, am hoping to return in time to celebrate Milk Chocolate Day on July 28th. After all, Switzerland is the birthplace and home of milk chocolate, and they sure do it well.
Chocolatour
http://chocolatour.net
Manitoba, Canada

Chocolatour

I am a writer, blogger, public speaker and chocolate enthusiast who has been immersed in the world of fine artisanal chocolate since 2009.

In 2013, I published the first volume of my book, "Chocolatour: A Quest for the World's Best Chocolate." I am currently researching the second volume, "Chocolatour: A Quest for the World's Best Chocolate Adventures." Do check out my website for lots more info about the Chocolatour project, chocolate travel, chocolate tastings, and customized chocolate events that I can arrange for you.

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4 1 Chocolatour - 31.Oct

Chocolatour

Happy Hallowe'en! Am sharing some of my favourite chocolate treats at chocolatour.net/celebrating-best-chocolate-treats/. Enjoy!
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5 1 Chocolatour - 28.Oct

Chocolatour

I just wrote a long update saluting Hummingbird Chocolate and national Chocolate Day that didn't upload. So please visit my site at this link and you'll read more about this great Canadian chocolate company: chocolatour.net/hummingbird-chocolate-wins-best-in-the-world/
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6 0 Chocolatour - 10.Jul
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mettei

Saskatoon! Fond memories and a Great place come back to me. My husband and I stayed there in 1968-69, a VERY long time ago. We both worked at University of Saskatchewan. Nice people and Great area, except You had to go west to see something Else than than the praire, but we loved it! Never heard of haskap though. I bet they are really tasty.
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7 2 Chocolatour - 07.Jun

Liz Smith

That looks delish!
Respond 1 7.Jun 17:33

mettei

Oh, yes, thank You.
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dcshinn

The presentation is beautiful, and the concept could be great. I also support sustainability, and it would be interesting to hear more about the product and the company's philosophy from your point of view.
Respond 0 26.Apr 11:58

Chocolatour

I'll do a blog post at some point in time and repost it here. Cheers!
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cynthia

I've heard they're delicious, but I think I'll pass!!
Respond 0 23.Apr 22:44

christian

I would love to try. My thoughts in food are that I'll try anything once. I've heard that the shell protein is similar to shrimp, so it tastes the same as deep fried shrimp tail. That is awesome in my book!
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Terri

I am Canadian through and through and have NEVER liked the things - way too sweet! I have even been to Nanaimo and tried them~! But mixing them with alcohol, well, that adds a whole new dimension! I'm ready to be a convert.
Respond 0 24.Apr 06:30

Chocolatour

Hi Terri. I think you'll find the new generation of Nanaimo bars to be less sweet. And yes, having a Nanaimo Bar in a glass was my favourite way to go, too!
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dcshinn

Very interesting and great review. I lived in Mexico for a year a while back and love the food scene there, but definitely should have sampled more chocolate. Looking forward to hearing more about your adventures!
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„Planning a chocolate tasting event for a corporate client.“

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„Making plans to attend the Grenada Chocolate Festival.“

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