This Secret Chocolate Tour weaves you through two of Boston's most historic and picturesque neighborhoods, the North End and Beacon Hill. You'll follow part of the Freedom Trail as you sample a variety of chocolates from colonial Boston to present day.
Boston has a long and beautiful history with chocolate, making it the ideal place to taste for yourself. From the colonial chocolate shop to the invention of the chocolate chip cookie, to the introduction of white chocolate in the US, you'll taste all of Massachusetts' chocolate history on this decadent tour.
You'll begin your tour with the origin of chocolate in the United States, and taste chocolate with a recipe from the 1740's.
Next you'll sample organic chocolate, ground locally with traditional Mexican stone mills.
We'll also try a spicy chili & chocolate drink, served hot or iced depending on the season.
Then we'll have a secret chocolate stop for some unique chocolate combinations.
Next will be a savory chocolate treat to balance out your tour
What could be better than freshly baked chocolate chip cookies?
The white chocolate infused milk.
A Best of Boston chocolatier is our next stop for locally made truffles.
And to finish the tour, we'll sample a small taste of chocolate gelato.
Please note: the itinerary is subject to change, based on the locations availability and weather.
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This location is approximate. You will be provided with the exact location after you have booked.
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