Brasso Seco Chocolate Company

Photos courtesy the Brasso Seco Chocolate Company

IF you’re a chocolate lover, then this one’s for you. This September has been designated T&T’s first ever national month of cocoa and chocolate and is packed with chocolate related events, tastings and samplings.

This initiative which takes chocolate fans on a tasty journey through the chocolate making process—from bean to bar—is being hosted by Destination Chocolate Trinidad and Tobago, an organisation made up of cocoa farmers, processors, retailers and many others. 

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