Milk chocolate is created by blending cocoa beans and milk, and white chocolate is created when young chocolates first encounter ghosts. Peruse all shades of chocolate with today’s Groupon to Chocolate Lovers Club in Princeton. Choose between the following options:
- For $49, you get a four-course chocolate supper-club event for two (a $98 value). The dinner includes the following:
- Two virgin choctails
- Three appetizers
- Four tasting-size entrees
- Two desserts
- A cooking demo
- A chocolate tasting
Upcoming supper-club dates are December 12, January 14 and 15, February 18 and 19, March 10 and 11, April 14 and 15, and May 12. All dinners start at 5 p.m.
- For $15, you get a BYOB dessert tasting for two (a $30 value), which can be redeemed any time during Chocolate Lovers Club's business hours on Thursday and Friday nights. The dessert tasting includes the following:
- Hot and cold drinks
- A sampler platter of four house specialties
Chocolate Lovers Club's chocoholics infuse cacao into every dish during four-course dinners that celebrate sweets from Costa Rica, Brazil, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, and other chocolate-producing locales. Dinner nights kick off with virgin choctails before pairs dig into a sampling of three appetizers, and a cooking demonstration tutors attendees in international chocolate intrigue. Dinner entrees are served small-plate-style, allowing duos to sample a variety of recipes and gainfully employ dishwashing machines, and twin desserts and a chocolate tasting sweetly conclude evening festivities around 8 p.m. Pairs spontaneously splurge during bring-your-own-beverage dessert tastings, which include nonalcoholic hot and cold drinks to chase down four desserts, including options such as chocolate pie, chocolate-chip cookies, chocolate mousse, and chocolate-flavored chocolate.
Chocolate Lovers Club
Chocolate Lovers Club is a haven for cacao enthusiasts throughout the Princeton area. Regular meet ups, ranging from classes and tastings to date nights for couples, aim to educate attendees about the rich treat and provide them with hours of delicious fun. Themed tastings broaden palates' horizons with samples made in different countries around the world. Beverage-pairing events introduce participants to the harmonies between wine and chocolate or more unconventional marriages of beer, cheese, and chocolate. On Thursday and Friday nights, a dessert café supplies opportunities to indulge in hot-fudge sundaes, chocolate nachos, and the glories of using chocolate syrup as shampoo.