This, 8 Countries For Chocolate Lovers
April 16, 2012 11:47am CST
Who does not love chocolate snack? In addition to the diverse and delicious taste, chocolate is believed can reduce stress and improve your mood. The following countries are must-see for chocolate lovers, because this is where the creation of a world-class chocolate. 1. Belgium Try to visiting the museum in Bruges and Brussels. There, visitors will be explained about the ins and outs of making chocolate and its weave. 2. Ghana Ghana is known as the largest exporter of cocoa. You can visit cocoa plantations in Quarshie, then learn how to make chocolate in Tofo Cocoa Research Institute in Koforidua. 3. Venezuela Three types of cocoa in the world can be found in this country, the criollo, Chuao, and porcelana. Here you can visit the plantation Hacienda Bukare to taste the pleasures of chocolate mixed with vanilla, caramel, and nuts. 4. Bournville, Birmingham, UK Cadbury chocolate lovers must visit this place, there are factories and the world's largest of Cadbury shop. 5. Turin, Italy Visit the Emporium Gobino, can be reached from Cagliari, to feel the Gianduja. Turin is real Gianduja hazelnut chocolate that has become a prominent symbol of the city of Turin since 1867. 6. Switzerland Renowned as the world's largest cocoa producer, Switzerland does have a number of famous brands of chocolate, like Lindt, Nestle, Suchard, and Toblerone. To see the making, you can look at the Nestle factory in Gruyeres or outlet Sprungli which have make chocolate truffles since 1836. 7. Hershey, Pennsylvania, United States Who does not know the famous Hershey chocolate flavor. Here you can enjoy a bar of chocolate while enjoying a glass of martini chocolate. 8. Paris, France One more city called chocolate paradise. Robert Linxe visit the store's Maison du Chocolates for special chocolates. Then learn how to make it at Lenotre Culinary School. And do not forget to look at the fashion show, there is also a statue of chocolate in the Salon du Chocolat Festival. What do your ideas? is there anything else?
17 Apr 12
I eat a vegan diet so I am not able to have milk chocolate. In my home country I can buy vegan chocolate that is made from soya drink. It is also possible to have dark chocolate if it is vegan. Years ago I used to be vegetarian. I had lovely chocolate in Bruges in Belgium and in Switzerland. My kids missed chocolate on our trip of one month to South America. I don't eat chocolate very often because I am trying to lose weight. I lost around 4kg on my trip I have just come back home from.
17 Apr 12
believe it or not, we have some great chocolate spots here in Canada too. there is a chocolate company here called Laura Secord (she warned the British that the Americans were coming during the war of 1812 but has nothing to do with the store). honestly, they make the best chocolates ever! your chocolate adventures, too, would be great fun!
17 Apr 12
A very interesting share since I am a certified chocolate lover. Very nice to see all the countries where the best chocolates can be found. I also learn so much from others responses on where to find the best chocolates or in what part of the world they can be found. I simply love chocolates I cannot complete my whole week without having a bar of chocolate, white chocolate, dark bitter chocolate, luxury milk chocolates!
16 Apr 12
I don't think you will find much tourists in Ghana plus you can go over there easily to visit the plantations. You forgot to mention Germany plenty of chocolate and they are also the owners of Milka (former Swiss). And if it comes to chocolate.. it all depends on taste as well what you like or not. Personally I don't like the famous Belgium chocolates because these are always filled with stuff I don't like. Might sound exclusive or luxury or so to others but it's not to me. I would say: how about a hot chocolate with whipped cream and dark chocolate? On my way back from Hungary to the Netherlands I always try to visit the chocolate factory in Laaber (Germany). Nice to see what they make out of chocolate. Don't like everything and too less dark chocolate but plenty of ideas to make it myself or even make it better.
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16 Apr 12
Oh I love all of these ideas and places. If I had to add one to the U.S. it would be to visit a Girhadeli Chocolate Shop. They have malts, ice-cream, and everything from mint chocolate, mint chocolate, all the way to 92 % cocoa chocolate! mm! The one I know of is in San Francisco, CA on the pier.