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The Origin Of Chocolate Species (Sunday, March 24, 2019; 12-1:45 PM)

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The Origin Of Chocolate Species (Sunday, March 24, 2019; 12-1:45 PM)

55.00

We will teleport ourselves ten thousand years before present, and learn all about where chocolate originated and those who shaped it to become the food we love today. We will travel over millennia and centuries as we taste the various forms chocolate took, and return to the 21st Century to learn about what fine chocolate is today.

This workshop will offer you a brief yet concise overview of the history of chocolate. There will be at least 20 samples of chocolate and cacao related products to taste as we enjoy stories and historical facts of how chocolate came to be.

We will learn how it shaped the lives of those before us, and what we can do today to pave a path of quality flavour, craftsmanship, and sustainable relationships.

It will revolve around cacao and dark chocolate, including cool and warm drinks. It will also include some of today’s fine bean to bar chocolate! All samples will be plant based.

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L'Atelier Vancouver Coworking

319 West Hastings Street

Gastown

Vancouver, BC, Canada

This workshop is intended for the public, but the level of information will appeal to everyone from the novice to a chocolate enthusiast.  Come as you are, sit back, and enjoy chocolate from a unique perspective.  If you have any dietary concerns or special requests, please connect, or mention it in the form when you checkout. 

The Host: Geoseph Domenichiello is a professional chocolatier and chocolate sommelier.  For over a decade, he has been educating, creating, and sharing all things chocolate in order to help others heighten their appreciation and level of satisfaction with chocolate.  

 

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