It’s St. Patrick’s Day today, and the name of this brand is Patric Chocolate, not “St. Patric(k)’s” Chocolate, but let’s go with it; this is some magical Leprechaun-worthy cocoa.
Patric Chocolate is special. It’s “American Handcrafted Chocolate,” est. 2006 by Alan “Patric” McClure out of Columbia Missouri, USA. According to the interior of the chocolate bar packaging, Alan spent a year in France in his mid-twenties learning about chocolate. As of 2017, the brand has been rewarded Good Food Awards every year, making it the most decorated craft food producer in the USA. Impressive.
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DC chocolate lovers, you heard it here first! “Winter’s Cheer” is now on sale. Read the flavor below.
Friends at Harper Macaw just shared that they have a new holiday chocolate bar coming extremely soon! Here’s what Time Cupsoul knows for sure:
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Editor’s Note: As of 1/16/2020, we’re excitedly waiting for Harper Macaw to open their chocolate and coffee shop in Georgetown, and for LA Burdick chocolates to open a retail store with seating in Georgetown, too.
Washington, DC has so much to offer. Beautiful monuments, restorative and awe-inspiring museums, and the power and pulse that is the United States political system. There are delicious coffee shops aplenty, and touring the city by chocolate is not far behind. If you’re a tourist or locavore, what chocolate truly represents “DC”? What chocolate brands are made within DC? And where can you buy great chocolate in the District? Here are some essential facts for when you need a chocolate souvenir (or an everyday chocolate treat) from the nation’s capital.
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