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History of chocolate

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The history of chocolate begins in Mesoamerica. Fermented beverages made from chocolate .... Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés may have been the first European to encounter chocolate when...

Discovering Chocolate - Cadbury

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The Great Chocolate Discovery ... Christopher Columbus is said to have brought the first cocoa beans back to Europe from his fourth visit to the 'New World' ...

Chocolate invented 3,100 years ago by the Aztecs - but they were ...

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Nov 13, 2007 ... Scientists have discovered that chocolate was invented at least 500 ... Henderson said the first use of cacao may be earlier still by perhaps a ...

The world of chocolate - WorldStandards.eu

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This is a site about the origin and history of chocolate / cacao. ... Most studies agree that the Maya were the first people to discover the secret of cacao.

A Brief History of Chocolate | Arts & Culture | Smithsonian

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Mar 1, 2008 ... The creation of the first modern chocolate bar is credited to Joseph Fry, who in 1847 discovered that he could make a moldable chocolate paste ...

Chocolate History Timeline - Gourmet Chocolate of the Month Club

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He was the first European to discover cocoa beans being used as currency, and to make a drink, as in the Aztec culture. Columbus, who was still searching for ...

History of Chocolate - The World Atlas of Chocolate

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This treasured, as well as commonplace item is chocolate” (CNN, 1997). ... It is believed that Christopher Columbus was the first European to discover the ...

Who Discovered Chocolate?

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The first European who can rightly claim the “discovery” of cocoa is ... The origins of chocolate, which is derived from the Theobroma cacao tree, stretch back at ...

July 7, 1550: Europeans Discover Chocolate | WIRED

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Jul 7, 2010 ... Europe came late to the joys of chocolate. ... July 7, 1550: Europeans Discover Chocolate ... London's first chocolate house opened in 1657.

Chocolate history: The early days, Mesoamericans, culture and rituals

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Aug 12, 2015 ... The Aztecs and the Maya believed that chocolate was discovered by the ... The first ground beans of the Theobroma cacao (cacao tree), can be ...

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The History of Chocolate: The Mayans and Aztecs - Godiva

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The history of chocolate is a delicious tale of discovery, invention and exploration . ... The Mayans of Central America are believed to be the first to discover cocoa ...

The Sweet History of Chocolate - Hungry History

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Feb 13, 2014 ... Chocolate may be the “food of the gods,” but for most of its ... as 1900 B.C. The ancient Mesoamericans who first cultivated cacao plants found ...

Chocolate History: Who Invented Chocolate? - Facts About Chocolate

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The first people to use chocolate were probably the Olmec of what is today ... could have been known as the first white guy to “discoverchocolate, but he blew  ...