Cyprus Mail

Glorious chocolate

By Maria Gregoriou

There are very few things in life that can give you an instant rush of energy, well, very few things that are legal anyway. One of those things is chocolate, yes, the brown bars of the stuff that melt in your mouth and will always leave you wanting more.

One way of entering into a world of chocolate is to visit Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory in the book by Roald Dahl or the movie with Johnny Depp or the one with Gene Wilder (a much better choice of cinematic wonder). But, unless you have an exceptional imagination, you can’t really taste any chocolate on that journey.

So, giving you the opportunity to have your chocolate cake and eat it as of Friday, Colours Café at the Four Seasons hotel in Limassol (which is known to be one of the most popular spots in Limassol to dine) is proclaiming the week as chocolate week. Time to get your sweet tooth ready and prepare your eyes to wonder at chocolate creations.

This is the tenth time that the café has held chocolate week and it is always an occasion when all those who love the sweet elixir can take the time to relish, not only the tastes of the sweet, but also the classic surroundings of the café and the hotel.

The café’s pastry chef and his team will be whipping up some chocolate creations to fill the body with plenty of energy, and attract the eye to their innovative decorations. This year the cooking team has chosen to use Boa Sentenca chocolate, a unique Brazilian chocolate mix, which was created exclusively for the Chocolate Ambassadors Clubs.

The Four Seasons is the only hotel in Cyprus that can use Boa Sentenca chocolate, making chocolate week even more of a temptation.


Chocolate Week

A whole week dedicated to chocolate lovers. October 14-23. Colors Café, Four Seasons Hotel, Limassol.  All day event. Tel: 25-858000

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