Indulge in chocolate delights while celebrating Philippine cacao and World Chocolate Day at the World Chocolate Fair this 7 to 11 July, presented by Auro Chocolate and S Maison.

What better way is there to celebrate World Chocolate Day than with the award-winning, internationally-acclaimed Filipino brand Auro Chocolate? Co-founded by Tatler Tastemaker Mark Ocampo, the bean-to-bar chocolate has brought home nearly 50 international recognitions, including numerous gold awards at the International Chocolate Awards (Asia-Pacific) in 2020 for an array of products.

Running from 7 to 11 July at S Maison, Conrad Manila, The World Chocolate Fair showcases the quality and range of this premium chocolatier. Presenting a mouthwatering variety of sweet and savoury food and beverages that celebrate Auro Chocolate, the World Chocolate Fair promises to satisfy your chocolate cravings and blow you away with beautiful (and eccentric) creations from Half Saints, Poison Doughnuts, Serenitea, and many more. Read on for a glimpse of what you can expect from the feast.

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Start your chocolate journey with an innovative savoury creation from Half Saints. Test out their spicy chocolate and beef kare pan, a unique take on Japanese curry bread, harmonising ground beef with 42 per cent Auro milk chocolate and spicy Japanese curry within a warm, crisp bread. For more experimental eats, treat your tastebuds to milk chocolate Doritos doughnuts or 32 per cent Auro white chocolate Cheetos doughnuts from Poison Doughnuts. Before diving further into the world of chocolate desserts, wash down these treats with some of Serenitea’s best-selling chocolate milk tea flavours, made exquisite with Auro Chocolate blended into the mix.

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As you explore the fair’s offerings, snack on different chocolate-packed cookies from Overdoughs like white chocolate cashew and salted caramel dark chocolate, or enjoy a mid-day breakfast treat with strawberry and chocolate waffles from Lola Café, topped with crème fraiche and toasted coconut.

End with frozen chocolate treats and treat yourself to Pinkberry’s rich, nutty dark chocolate frozen yoghurt. To witness how delicious vegan eating can be, try out Bubu Bars’ dairy-free ice cream bars like the Nuts For You: a bourbon vanilla and caramel ice cream concoction covered in a thick luscious coat of Auro 55 per cent dark chocolate and topped with salted almond praline.

Of course, no trip to the World Chocolate Fair is complete without pasalubong for the family. Take home some cake-like Conrad Manila’s chocolate and Griottine cherry cake-in-a-can adorned with a 64 per cent Auro chocolate disc, or a Davao dark chocolate cake with almond chocolate bark and orange cream from Café Mary Grace. Pop by Kultura and stock up on the classic Auro products that truly celebrate Filipino heritage, such as freeze-dried mangoes dipped in dark chocolate and milk chocolate with banana chips.

Those who prefer to indulge-from-home may also purchase these treats for delivery.

To sweeten the chocolate fair even more, fairgoers can also avail of personalised tags and complimentary Auro chocolate when meeting a minimum spend.

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