The world is full of chocoholics. And while some of you may not be crazy about it, the majority would love to travel around the world tasting the best chocolates ever. There are a few places that are exquisite when it comes to chocolates.
1. Tain L’Hermitage (France):
The famous chocolate producers, Valrhona, are based in this small town. There is a school called Valrhona Ecole du Grand Chocolat. It teaches chocolatiers, caterers and professional chefs. The school also organizes a three-day course to teach decadent desserts to amateurs.
2. Cologne (Germany):
The Stollwerck Chocolate Company is based in this town. It was once the second largest chocolate supplier to the United States. A museum has been opened commemorating these chocolates called Imhoff Stollwreck Museum. It celebrates different chocolates from all over the world.
3. Hershey (Pennsylvania):
Hershey was named after the extreme popularity of Hershey’s Chocolates in 1906. It has also been dubbed as the sweetest place on earth. The Hershey Company and the H.B. Reese Candy Company both are based in this chocolate-loving town. There is a chocolate spa, Hershey’s Chocolate World and the Hershey Story Museum.
4. Villajoyosa (Spain):
Villajoyosa is also famously called the Chocolate City. The oldest gourmet chocolate producer of the country, Valor, is based in this city. There is also a great chocolate museum that tells the story of chocolate production in the town and also gives an idea about how the local chocolate is made.
5. San Francisco, California (USA):
San Francisco boasts to be one of the oldest chocolate manufacturers in the country. There are great chocolate tours with all the amazing chocolate shops. Read the full story