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Yankee Magazine Names Best 5 Chocolate Makers in New England

Yankee Magazine Names Best 5 Chocolate Makers in New England
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DUBLIN, N.H. (January 20, 2009)–Yankee Magazine’s January/February issue names New England’s best five chocolate makers. Yankee’s food editor, Annie B. Copps, who oversees the magazine’s food coverage both as an editor and as a contributor of feature stories and columns, compiled the list. She also writes Eating New England, a Yankee Magazine blog about food and entertaining in the region. In each issue, Yankee names “The Best 5″ in different categories. The next issue, March/April, will name the best five college art museums in New England.

The following five chocolate makers made the list:

Ballotin Chocolates–16 Unicorn St., Newburyport, MA. 978-465-3800; ballotinchocolates.com

“In a word, bonbon. It’s ridiculous with how much chocolaty goodness each bite is imbued. Simultaneously elegant, rich, serious, and fun.”

Daily Chocolate–7 Green St., Vergennes, VT. 802-877-0087; dailychocolate.net

“The cream, butter, and maple syrup come from local sources, but the cherries marinated in port wine and the macadamia nut clusters are unearthly.”

ChocoLee–83 Pembroke St., Boston, MA. 617-236-0606; chocoleechocolates.com

“Lee Napoli’s handmade truffles are filled with the current darlings of the chocolate world, chiles and espresso, as well old faves hazelnuts and Grand Marnier.”

Unbridled Chocolates–135 Main St., Marlborough, NH. 603-876-9111; unbridledchocolates.com

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2 Responses to Yankee Magazine Names Best 5 Chocolate Makers in New England

  1. audie birch September 19, 2011 at 10:15 pm #

    I loveme yankee magazine. I thoughtI was signing up for a recippe newsletter. I must have misunderstood.

  2. Brenda Darroch September 20, 2011 at 9:21 am #

    Audie, You can sign up for our Recipe Box newsletter here:
    http://www.yankeemagazine.com/newsletter/

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