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The Big Chocolate Show Comes to New York City

The Big Chocolate Show Comes to New York City

It was a sweet weekend at the Big Chocolate Show this weekend in New York City. Several outstanding vendors shared their delights.

John $ Kira’s – Revolutionary Chocolates use products directly from famers and growers that share a commitment to the environment and their community. Ganache are from the highest quality ingredients. Wonderful flavors include Drew Elementary Garden Mint, Glenn’s Raspberry and Lavender Honey. We love the message and even the cute designs, including those of ladybugs in a garden.

chocFruta Pop – A small-batch detox pop, coffee pop and boozy adult-approved freezer poptail company. We love the smooth creamy taste that comes from the best seasonal, organic ingredients. The delivery service is a yummy way to bring some fun to your party, or have a great workout snack. With a great variety base there are limitless possibilities for this delicious treat.

chocLuv Michael – Organic granola that is made by an organization for a great cause. The nut free, gluten free and dairy free product is delicious and is made by a non-profit program that helps educate, train and employ people with autism. Visit www.luvmichael.com for more information.

chocMarie Brizard Chocolate Royal– From Bordeux, this velvety smooth chocolate liquer is lovely in espresso-based cocktails or poured over ice cream.

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Chocolat Moderne – This seven time Sofi Award winner is fantastic. They have been featured on Oprah and the Today Show for good reason. We are in love with their flavor and texture. They are exquisite from start to finish.

Hudson Baby Bourbon Whiskey – local grains from the state with a beautiful selection of cacao and maple syrup flavors.

chocLove’s Nostalgia – Delicious moon pies and scooter pies that epitomize and old school treat and bring forth feelings of jubilance.

chocCoole Swan – Irish Cream Liqueur made with Belgian white chocolate and fresh Irish dairy cream straight from a family farm.

Amoretti Gourmet Syrups – Created with a fine balance between flavors and sweetness, there is offering of over 47 flavors to be used in coffees and drinks.

chocChristopher Elbow Chocolates – Artfully crafted using centuries-old time-honored techniques. There are distinctive flavors and ingredients to deliver the most exquisite taste experience. Flavors include Coconut Caramel, Fresh Lemon and Venezuelan Spice.

chocFika Chocolate – Creamy and delicious

Chocolate Stars USA – Fine chocolate brands and innovative sweet creations crafted by select producers from around the world.

Minga Group Chocolates – Ecquador have a zangy taste that is delightful.

Other highlights included:

  • The Molé Spice Rub and cacao butter lotions from Indichocolate
  • The chocolate bees and the chocolate figs from John & Kira’s, the latter of which were featured in the preview press from both The New York Times and Time Out New York
  • Puerto Quito 70% dark chocolate, Heirloom Designated by the HCP, with red fruit, earthiness and a little nuttiness in its flavor profile from Glennmade Craft Chocolate
  • The Tulsi Rose Petals (100% dark) and the Herbal Cranberry Orange (65% dark), along with the influsions lines that feature matcha green tea, coconut, masala chai and herbal cranberry orange from VillaKuyaya Organic Dark Chocolate of Ecuador
  • The Intense bar, a 70% dark with For Five Roasters Burundi coffee from Gotham Chocolates, from NYC’s Gotham Bar & Grill
  • The playful chocolate space ships from Jon Good Chocolates
  • The infused Super Foods chocolates from Rawclates
  • Brown Butter Bourbon Caramels from Fruition Chocolate
  • The Diamond Custom Machines demo — the DCM 100 Commerical Melanger — which will demo’ing how to make 100 pounds of chocolate during the show, with assistance from the public.

 

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ElizaBeth Taylor is a journalist for Times Square Chronicles and is a frequent guest at film, fashion and art events throughout New York City and Los Angeles due to her stature as The Sensible Socialite.Passionate about people ElizaBeth spent many years working as a travel reporter and television producer after graduating with high honors from University of Southern California. The work has afforded her the opportunity to explore Europe, Russia, South America, Asia, Australia and the Middle East. It has greatly influenced the way in which ElizaBeth sees a story and has created a heightened awareness for the way people around the world live today.

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