Here at The Cork Factory, we’re lucky to be surrounded by neighborhood shops, restaurants, and cafes that bring so much life to the area. One of our favorites, conveniently located just steps from home, is Mon Aimee Chocolat, the impressively stocked chocolate and confections shop that’s sure to brighten any visitor’s day.
This enticing establishment carries sweet treats from over 26 countries, ranging from Cadbury eggs to handmade artisanal creations. On any given day, you can choose from tablet-style chocolate bars made from estate grown cocoa beans, fruit, and nuts, to savory mixtures of sage, cayenne pepper, rosemary, and tarragon. You can also find international favorites including chocolate bars from Belgium, France, Italy, Switzerland, Venezuela, Holland, Australia, and more.
Mon Aimee Chocolat is also known for their delicious hot chocolate creations served on weekends, like their signature spicy hot chocolate that’s so thick and creamy it’s served with a spoon. For a more classic vibe, opt for their house hot chocolate in both milk and dark flavors. They also sell packaged powder so you can enjoy a warming mug from home at the Cork Factory. And, if for some reason you’re not a fan of chocolate, the shop also carries a wide variety of licorice and marzipan from all over the world.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, you may want to consider a chocolate treat for your loved one. Mon Aimee Chocolat takes requests if you have a certain vision or flavor in mind, but they are also happy to take care of the selection for you. The shop also offers goodies for events such as baby showers, weddings, and graduations. What better way to welcome guests to your celebration than with artisanal chocolate?
Whether you have an occasion in mind, or simply want to stop by and check it out, Mon Aimee Chocolat awaits you, just a few blocks down the road. The shop is open 7 days a week; visit their website for hours and contact information.
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