Free Chocolate Happy Hour: MMM...March

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March 23, 2019 (Sat) - March 27, 2019 (Wed)
Saturday 11:00am-3:30pm; Wednesday 1:00pm-6:00pm

Chocolopolis
1631 15th Avenue West #Suite 111
Seattle, WA 98119

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Cost: Free

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Chocolate     Educational     Happy Hour     Tasting (walk around)    

Free Chocolate Happy Hours

Every Saturday, 11:00am-3:30pm and every Wednesday 1:00pm-6:00pm

Join us every Saturday and Wednesday for free chocolate happy hours. We'll pick a theme each week and provide samples around that theme. This is a great opportunity to sample the many bars in our collection and figure out what you like. It's also a really fun afternoon and a great way to meet other chocolate lovers!

Saturday Mar 2 & Wednesday Mar 6: Made in France: In honor of Mardi Gras, this week we are celebrating French chocolate makers. Taste a selection from Michel Cluziel, Francois Pralus, Valrhona and Chocolat Bonnat.

Saturday Mar 9 & Wednesday Mar 13: Spring into Spring: It's that time of year where we move our clocks forward and get ready for the spring weather. We'll be tasting chocolate bars that encompass spring in packaging or taste. Tastes may include: Amedei Red 70% Dark Chocolate With Strawberries, Raspberries & Cherries, Mission Chocolate Escuro 70%, Mission Chocolate 90% Fazenda Camboa 2017 Harvest Dark Chocolate, Areté Beniano, Bolivia 70% Dark Chocolate, Areté Tumaco, Colombia 70% Dark Chocolate Bar, and Soma "Mr. Salazar" Costa Esmeraldas, Ecuador 70% Dark Chocolate.

Saturday Mar 16 & Wednesday Mar 20: Get Your Green On: St. Patrick's Day...the day all food turns green. You can get your share of green wrapped chocolate this week with items such as Good King Gourmet Snacking Cacao (Whole Bean), Zotter Amaretto Marzipan Filled Bar, Escazu Piaroa, Venezuela 73% Dark Chocolate, Askinosie San Jose Del Tambo 70% Dark Chocolate, and Marou Tien Giang 80% Dark Chocolate.

Saturday Mar 23 & Wednesday Mar 27: Madagascar, Here We Come! Try favorites from the region of Madagascar ranging from milk chocolate to 100%. Intense red fruit and citrus notes provide a unique and identifiable flavor profile for cacao from Madagascar. The distinctive cherry & raspberry notes of Madagascar cacao are a great starting point for milk chocolate lovers interested in developing a taste for dark chocolate. Madagascar's fruity flavor profile and absence of bitterness make it an approachable chocolate origin.

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