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Chocolate Travel & Experiences

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To paraphrase Mark Twain, travel broadens the mind. And for chocoholics, every travel opportunity can become an adventure in search of new tastes, new flavours, and new techniques.

Chocolate tourism isn’t a particularly massive area of the market (yet), but as we all yearn to learn more about where our food comes from, I expect to see this market grow in time.

So join me as I travel around the world in search of the best destinations for chocoholics and the best activities and experiences every chocolate addict needs to try.

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Luxury Chocolate at Fortnum & Mason°

Founded in London's Piccadilly in 1707, Fortnum & Mason has become a British icon, supplying luxurious food and drink to discerning clientele across the globe. Besides their famous F&M hampers, Fortnum & Mason also stock a large chocolate collection, from truffles and Napolitains to seasonal and novelty chocolate, as well as a range of chocolate bars and assorted chocolate boxes.

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Chocolate Bars Galore at Montezuma's°

Lawyers turned self-taught chocolate makers, Helen and Simon set up Montezuma's, a company producing ethical chocolates. They produce a selection of chocolate truffles, hot chocolates, and other chocolate treats, as well as a range of gifts for all occasions. Their chocolate bars range includes contemporary flavours alongside milk, dark, and white chocolate options.

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