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Departure Day, Part 2 of 2 - Canonica at the Airport

Just before the Swiss Chocolate store entrance, a floor sign stands with huge letters, “Canonica, 1er Prix, Meilleur Chocolat, 2013.”  Amidst all the Toblerones, the Lindts, and even the Smarties, fine handmade chocolates await in the vitrine at the back of the store. 414 more words


Departure Day, Part 1 of 2 - Sprüngli at the Airport

Sprüngli is a Swiss chain of chocolateries with many locations, especially in Zurich, but the only location in Geneva is at the airport and can only be accessed after security in the departure transit area. 145 more words


Day 39 - Auer without ginger root fiber

Day 39 – Thursday, 26 June 2014

At the center of the tourist and shopping area in Geneva, Auer is one of the most well known fine chocolateries in Geneva.   296 more words


Day 38 - No running to Mont-Blanc

Day 38 - Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Chocolaterie du Mont-Blanc is just at one end of Pont du Mont-Blanc, a major thoroughfare connecting the left and right banks of Geneva.   313 more words


Day 37 - In Chocolate Heaven at La Bonbonnière

Day 37 – Tuesday, 24 June 2014

With a modest storefront in a mostly high-end shopping area in Geneva, La Bonbonnière is easily overlooked.  Upon entering, a rather outdated but welcoming interior is filled with display of chocolates, ice cream, and candies.   359 more words


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And the answer is...

Yes: It is chocolate and it’s coming from Swiss Gruyère: folklore pure with cows and fields.

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