“The Chocolate in Lisbon” – a mouthwatering program!

Chocolate fans will have 4 days of heaven at Campo Pequeno. “The Chocolate in Lisbon” is back to the capital with 80 exhibitors with more than 200 brands. Among the exhibited products there will be delights prepared with chocolate in several shapes: bonbons, macaroons, truffles, tablets, crepes, brigadeiros, fine pastries and even hot chocolate.

For the first time in the history of the festival, there will be a guest country producer. The chosen for this debut was Peru. Although many do not know, the country has an excellent quality chocolate, including rare types dating back to ancient times, notably to the Incas. The chocolatier Paulo Santos will also carve an Inca emperor with 1.70m, replicas of artifacts from that time and a panel of chocolate tiles with the image of Machu Picchu.


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As if that were not enough, on Saturday 6th, will be held several workshops related to the theme. Following is the schedule:
14:00 – “Molecular cuisine Kuuk – dark chocolate Spaghetti” – Ana Fernandes, Representative of Kuuk
15:30 – “The Chocolate Around the World” – Odete Stephen, Chairman of Cacau Clube de Portugal
17.00 – “Chocolate Diet” – Dr. Alexandre Fernandes, Nutritionist
18:30 – “Late Harvest, Moscatel de Setubal, Madeira or Porto, which is best for each chocolate?” – Fernando Melo, Wine and Food Critic – Evasões Magazine and Wine Magazine
20:00 – “The Chocolate: Eat it sinless and massage with it!” – Dr. António Soares Neto, clinics in Shape
For more information and registration: workshopsochocolateemlisboa@gmail.com.

The site in New Town highlighted the most original creations that you have to prove in the event, it is mouth-watering.

The Chocolate in Lisbon

Website: https://www.facebook.com/ochocolateemlisboa
Date: 4-7 / February
Time: 10h30am – 9h30pm
Location: Campo Pequeno  – Lisbon
Price: 3.50€ – Adults / 1€ – Children from 6 to 11 years / Free – Children under 5

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