chocolatier

noun
choc·​o·​la·​tier | \ ˌchä-k(ə-)lə-ˈtir How to pronounce chocolatier (audio) , ˌchȯ- How to pronounce chocolatier (audio) \

Definition of chocolatier

: a maker or seller of chocolate candy

Examples of chocolatier in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Then there was a collaboration with the Brooklyn chocolatier Fine & Raw, on a trio of chocolate bars (raspberry, lucuma and vanilla, and sea salt) that came wrapped in gold foil and packaging illustrated by Bennett. Howard Bryant, The Atlantic, "He Won a Super Bowl. Now for the Real Challenge.," 17 Dec. 2020 The Beverly Hills chocolatier andSons was launched last year by the brothers Marc and Phil Covitz, who grew up watching their mother, Aviva, run the local outpost of the Swiss chocolate brand Teuscher. New York Times, "The T List: Holiday Gift Guide, Part II," 2 Dec. 2020 As a bonus, the Seattle chocolatier makes a donation to partner food banks for every three ounces of chocolate sold, meaning one of these sampler boxes provides three meals to people in need. Mackenzie Chung Fegan, Bon Appétit, "Gifts Under $35 for Your Neighbor, Your Mailman, and the Urban Homesteader in Your Life," 17 Nov. 2020 Houston's gourmet chocolatier, Araya Artisan in Uptown Park has a wide variety to choose from. Sonia Ramirez, Chron, "The best food in Houston to stress eat while waiting for election results," 4 Nov. 2020 Belgian chocolatier Jean-Paul Hepp, a recipient of many national accolades, offers addictive truffles, homemade macarons and other bonbons in this shop tucked in toward the back of the Easton Public Market. Sylvie Bigar, Washington Post, "In the hills of western Pennsylvania, a skeptical New Yorker gives glamping a try," 8 Oct. 2020 While the first batch probably won’t last past this weekend, the chocolatier plans to bring them back twice during the Christmas season, Malley said. Marc Bona, cleveland, "Malley’s Chocolates, Barrio Tacos collaborate on Sweetest Day special," 15 Oct. 2020 There was Faith, on sabbatical from the food industry in New Orleans; Dylan, on sabbatical from construction work in Ontario; Marie, a native of Switzerland on sabbatical from her work as a chocolatier in Vancouver. Ben Yagoda, WSJ, "Starved for Italy? Mark Your Calendar for Next Fall’s Harvest Time," 3 Sep. 2020 Is a bean-to-bar chocolate maker the same as a chocolatier? The New York Times News Service Syndicate, The Denver Post, "Everything you need to know about chocolate," 14 Feb. 2020

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First Known Use of chocolatier

1888, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for chocolatier

French, from chocolat chocolate

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The first known use of chocolatier was in 1888

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9 Jan 2021

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“Chocolatier.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/chocolatier. Accessed 20 Jan. 2021.

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chocolatier

noun
How to pronounce chocolatier (audio) How to pronounce chocolatier (audio)

English Language Learners Definition of chocolatier

: a person who makes or sells chocolate candy

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