Kitty chats with Victoria Kichuk from Cocoa Beantown about her trip to Colombia to experience indigenous chocolate making.
Now that you have the perfect gift for your mom, you need to figure out the perfect way to spend Mother’s Day with her! That’s why we’ve compiled this list of great places you can take your mom to make this Mother’s Day one she’ll always remember.
Struggling to figure out what to get your loved ones that will make them know how much you care, or no idea what to get for the person you drew in your groups’ holiday gift exchange? Don’t worry, we at Trapology have you covered!
Cocoa Beantown chocolate tours and events is excited to announce the return of their chocolate and rum pairing event in collaboration with Privateer Distillery in Ipswich. During this special event, guests will enjoy a sugar tasting, a tour of the Privateer distillery, followed by a rum and chocolate pairing experience featuring a selection of Privateer’s […]
From October 11th through the 14th, WGBH’s huge studio back lot will host one of New England’s biggest and best culinary celebrations – the WGBH Food & Wine Festival. Dozens of restaurants, wineries, and craft beer breweries will be serving up amazing food and drink. Live bands will entertain. Cooking demonstrations and seminars will enrich and […]
Today we’d like to introduce you to Victoria Kichuk.
Being in love is great. Being in love with your business, when you’re an entrepreneur, is even better. We asked some entrepreneurs what they loved about “being their own boss.”
Chocolate lovers, you are going to love this. Join Cocoa Beantown for a Saturday morning chocolate tour through Back Bay or an afternoon tour in the South End. Learn about the history of chocolate as it pertains to the city, while trying some yummy treats along the way. Tickets start at $50. Back Bay tour […]
This week we went on our first spring trip to Boston to do a chocolate tour with cocoabeantown and we also found the St. Elsewhere building in South Boston.. Swifty and Donna met up with Victoria from Cocoa Beantown and another family from Wisconsin and toured a number of different shops in Boston’s southend.