Flavors of Cacao: Inspirations
for Savoring Modern Chocolate


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     Join us on Tuesday, October 23rd at 7pm at the Strawbery Banke Museum Visitor’s Center to hear local chocolatier Enna Grazier inspire us with a talk on the world of chocolate. There is a whole world of fine chocolate flavor that most people - even self-appointed chocolate lovers never experience. Chocolate’s flavor depends first on the cacao’s origin, and second on the chocolate-maker’s skill and senses. Bean-to-bar chocolate maker Enna Grazier will take us on a journey into the world of modern-day American craft chocolate. We will learn about flavors associated with different geographic origins of cacao while we discuss current research on genetics, agronomy, and other factors that affect flavor. You’ll never look at chocolate the same way again.


     About Enna Chocolate: Enna Chocolate is crafted from bean to bar entirely by hand in small batches using ethically sourced cacao and other ingredients. Enna's primary creation is chocolate bars containing only roasted cacao and organic cane sugar. Enna also produces bars with various inclusions, such as fruit, nuts, and spices, and drinking chocolate. Her cacao is carefully sourced with sustainability and the well-being of everyone who comes into contact with it in mind - from farmer to eater. Enna Chocolate is made with special attention to exploring the flavors that are a result of cacao's geographic origins (terroir, genetics, and agricultural care) as well as the chocolate-maker’s processes. Enna Chocolate is sold at local boutiques and farmer's markets, as well as online at ennachocolate.com and is also featured on several regional restaurant menus. The Enna Chocolate factory and tasting room is located at 131 Main Street in Epping, NH.


      The Herb Society of America’s NorthEast Seacoast Unit is hosting the event in conjunction with the Strawbery Banke Museum. Admission is $7.00 ($5.00 for Strawbery Banke Museum and non NESU affiliated Herb Society members).  Pre-registration is required. 

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