Belgium’s leading chocolate makers persue a distinguished, time honoured craft, writes Andrew Marshall. Belgium is synonymous with chocolate, and the nations’ specialty known as bonbons or pralines (chocolates with creamy fillings), are considered by many connoisseurs to be the best in the world. Anyone strolling around the heart of Brussels or the medieval city of Bruges can’t fail to notice the magical interaction between the romantic history and the scattering of the numerous chocolate stores. The charm of times gone by seems to blend effortlessly with the pure artesian character of the old and new generation of chocolatiers (chocolate makers).
Andrew Marshall heads to Belgium and embarks on a five-day beer journey through the historic towns, cities and villages of the country’s Flanders’ region..
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