the world's best places for chocolate colic

The world does not look like a bad place when you bite a piece of chocolate, do you? Its silky texture, attractive flavor and pleasant colors can make your taste buds much more mobile. If you are a chocolate lover, we will explain the places in the world that you have to go to.

Did you know?

Andrew Farrugia, the famous Maltese chocolatier, broke a Guinness World Record for the world's longest chocolate structure. It was a complex steam train with galleries, restaurants and even a bar. It is designed to look like the old train wagons of Belgium. Covering a length of 111.5 feet (about 34.9 meters) approximately 1,285 kg of chocolate were used. Farrugia spent 784 hours to complete his masterpiece. The exhibit was held at the Brussels Chocolate Week and was made using exquisite Belgian chocolates.

Chocolate is a source of happiness for anyone who likes food. Whether you have milk, white or bitter chocolate, there is a special kind of chocolate that will make them happy for everyone. Have you ever dreamed of stepping into a town and having chocolate shops in order to bring you happiness there? We do not just mention ordinary chocolates, it is incredible how simple things seemingly make these chefs with years of practicing and skills!

While the chocolate industry produces something new almost every day, we have so much that we need to grow up as consumers. The best way to reach hard-to-find chocolates is to walk around the world and allow your taste buds to lead this journey. Before you go on a holiday, be sure to investigate any important events or festivals about chocolate. There may be chocolates in the festivals that you may be particularly interested in, but let's take a look at the best places in the world for chocolate chocolates.

1) Belgium:

Belgian chocolate may mean one thing to eat; A sensual journey to Eden (in the Bible as Paradise Garden where Adam and Eve lived). If you love chocolates, Belgium can be exactly where you need to be! It is not only because there are more than 2000 chocolates in the city, but also where there are the most chocolate producers in the world. In addition, the nicest chocolates that an country can produce are produced here. It is the traditional method used to prepare this chocolate, giving the Belgian chocolate its unrivaled reputation for being the best chocolate. This should be one of the reasons why Belgian chocolates are never made inexpensive and chocolate is the best chocolates in the world.

2) Switzerland:

The Swiss chocolate industry has achieved success in such a revolutionary process as hardening and production of first milk, hazelnut and filled chocolate. Many of us know the taste of these chocolates, but when the flavors are combined with Swiss chocolates, this experience becomes sensational. Swiss chocolates have suffered greatly during the Great Depression (1929 World Economic Crisis) as sales have declined internationally. In addition, once popular military consumers are lost. Since then, with the most coveted luxury chocolate preparations, Switzerland has come back, crawling instead of at the top.

3) France:

The French are famous not only for their cheesy cheeses but also for their ultra-luxurious chocolates. French chocolates are magnificent with an impressive selection of exotic fruits and unique ingredients. Leave your taste buds and savor Parisian streets with cheeses, fashion and great romance.

4) Africa:

"Ghana" in Africa, undoubtedly produces the world's highest quality cocoa beans and presents about 68% of the world's cocoa. What makes Africa so incredible is that handcrafted chocolates made in loving specialist hands are found in a number of places in the south. With hardships, exotic joints and a sense of excellence in an old world tradition, African people know how to make first class chocolate.5) Ecuador:

Ecuador is an important producer of cocoa beans, shrimp and fruit varieties in the world, along with a very tasty and uncomplicated kitchen. With Ecuador being a city that needs to be thoroughly investigated, there are many places where chocolate lovers will find pleasant and unforgettable. While in Ecuador, you can pamper yourself with the award-winning organic chocolates, which are easily found in local shops around the city. What do you say we get a chocolate making class while we're there? These courses will not only help you discover foreign flavors, but also give you a chance to train your taste buds.

6) Mexico:

It may be the best word for describing aromatic, spicy and sumptuous mexican food. It may be too spicy for some, but it's worth the effort. With its breathtaking beaches, palm trees and a crowded city, Mexico has chocolate shops offering unique varieties. After having a lazy day at the beach, reward yourself with a cup of hot cocoa or even better, a carefully packed box of chocolates.

Chocolate Festival Points:

A real chocolate chocolate can not be a real chocolate chocolate without going to a chocolate festival. Imagine that your surroundings are completely surrounded by chocolate! Chocolates, abstract chocolate arts, chocolate tasting sessions, carefully packed chocolate on chairs and chocolate-based fashion shows! So, let's have a look at the best chocolate festivals around the world.

-Belchica "Choco-Laté Festival"

-France, Paris "Salon du Chocolat"

-America, New York "The NY Chocolate Show"

- Italy, Umbria "Euro Chocolate Festival"

- England, London "The Chocolate Festival"

- Germany, Tübingen "ChocolART Festival"

Linkoping "Linkoping Chocolate Festival" in Switzerland

-China, Shanghai "World Chocolate Wonderland"

-Kanada, New Brunswick "Chocolate Fest"

-Australia, Melbourne "Chocolate Rush Festival"

-Mexico, Mexico City "Salón Chocolate Festival"

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