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Caputo’s Announces 2nd Annual Chocolate Festival Featuring Ritual Chocolate

Four chocolates, four chefs, four beverages, for charity.


The up and coming duo of Ritual Chocolate, Robbie Stout (a Park City native!) and Anna Davies, will be highlighted at the Second Annual Caputo’s Chocolate Festival. Ritual’s 4 SINGLE ORIGIN CHOCOLATE BARS will be transformed into savory and sweet applications by the following 4 RESTAURANTS: Naked Fish, in collaboration with Viet Pham, The Copper Onion, Silver Restaurant and Tulie Bakery. 4 BEVERAGE PAIRINGS from Charming Beard Coffee, High West Distillery, Epic Brewing Company and Libation Inc. will complement the chocolate preparations. This event is 4 CHARITY as all proceeds will go to the Heirloom Cacao Preservation Initiative, promoting protection of threatened heirloom strains of cacao in their native growing regions.

Admission price ($25) includes tastings of all chocolate creations and non-alcoholic beverage offerings. Alcoholic beverages must be purchased separately ($10).

Space is VERY limited and event will sell out! Must purchase tickets in advance. Tickets will not be sold at the door.

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