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In 1996, chocolatier Kevin Wenzel and his wife began offering fine handmade chocolates to the public.
The chocolatiers pair chocolates with unique craft drinks.
Furniture is shipped in and the chocolatier’s 95-person staff takes care of the catering and service, said owner Urs Wipraechtiger.
Those hours fit the schedule of owner and chocolatier Bjorn Rogness, who still works full time as an electrical and software engineer, but shop hours are now extended for Christmas.
Detroit in the mid-20th Century had numerous local chocolatiers and candy shops, such as Sanders and Henry-K Chocolates, and most no longer operate storefronts in the city.
Among the events: Anette Righi DeFendi, head chocolatier of Kohler Original Recipe Chocolates, will lead four sessions pairing chocolate with wine, spirits, cheese and Kohler’s own chocolate brandies.
English immigrant, chocolatier Sydney Bogg was born in 1904 in England and arrived in Detroit in the 1920s.
Don’t miss the chocolatier Miette et Chocolat, newcomer Cheluna Brewing, eco-kitchen products at Zero Market, and lots of cute boutiques.
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