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Choco-Story: Paris Chocolate Museum

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Chocolate Demonstration

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Outside the demonstration room at Choco-Story, a diploma showed that Eddy Van Belle (the museum's founder) was a member of the Confrerie des Chocolatiers de France.


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We entered the demonstration room and sat in an amphiteatre-like row of seats (left) facing the modern chocolatier's kitchen.


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A surprisingly svelte chocolatier demonstrated the use of silicone molds with a machine that melted chocolate.


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He used the molds to create pralines in the form of Choclala, the museum's cartoon mascot.


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After the short demonstration, samples were passed around for dégustation.


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The friendly chocolatier took time to answer questions from visitors.


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As we left the museum, we couldn't resist buying a cup of hot chocolate in the well-equipped gift shop and bookstore.

We chose dark chocolate, which was given to us as a block on a large toothpick for dipping and dissolving in a cup of hot milk.

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