Psst. . .in case you missed it yesterday, I have a new blog post over at Pop! Marketing Communications. I’d love to know what your thoughts are on how social media affects business building and business relationships in general: http://www.popmarcomm.com/blog/
Now back to the regularly scheduled programming, chocolate in Quebec!
Wandering lazily around Quebec’s Eastern Townships led to many discoveries, natural beauty, perfect places for running and biking, top rate restaurants, and lots and lots of food and wine related gems. One of those gems was in the small village of Bromont; in addition to stumbling across a fair of all sorts of artists wares, we also followed our noses to the Le Musee du Chocolat, a quaint little red building featuring chocolate history, a café, and a store with every bit of chocolate joy one could imagine.
A case with handmade confections, a daily menu filled with sweet delights, and shelves stocked with homemade sauces welcomed us.
We spent some time visiting the exhibits on the history of chocolate.
I loved looking at advertisements for chocolate and chocolate in popular culture.
The store part of the museum contained every (quality) chocolate bar imaginable, and we, of course, could not leave without a little snack for the road, in the form of silky, hazelnut-studded chocolate bars, one of my favorite chocolate combinations.
We loved Bromont and its chocolate museum, a definite must-visit on your Eastern Townships journey.
What is your favorite chocolate bar combination?