What to do in the UAE this World Chocolate Day
Now check out this sweet fact that you can nibble on. July 7th is regarded as World Chocolate Day. Now all you chocolate loving chocoholics can use this fact as an excuse and go on a chocolate indulgence spree. So not head to the chocolate factory?
Take a trip to Mirzam at Al Serkal Avenue. And check out the place, there’s a table that is full of chocolates and also little bowls of chips for you to taste. Allow your nose to help you lead the way. After you’ve dipped your hands into these bowls and consumed their edibles, retrace your steps a few paces backward. You will be amazed to learn that this is not a store, but it is a factory where the cocoa beans are stored and this is where the artisan uses the right ingredients to create what mankind has found to be irresistible.
Right as you enter this boutique, you will come to realize that there is a thick pane of glass that separates you from the workshop area. You can also hear the gentle sounds of the steel instruments that they use as it gently hums when in action to roast, crush, meld and transform the pods into delicious lip-smacking treats.
And this whole process, right from the bean to the bite is a seven-day process. Not all in a day’s work.
Here are some of the few chocolate activities that you can indulge yourselves within Dubai
Grab a Doughnut
Krispy Kreme this year is going all out on glazing their doughnuts with chocolate. The celebrations is set to start out in Auckland, New Zealand and then we shall have the same too.
Never set for a tiny bit of chocolate this day when you know you can have a whole tower all to yourself. The delicious cocoa-based eats is getting brought out by The Coffee Club, and the best part is that it is all dark chocolate sauce with chocolate cake that is topped with ice cream, pistachios and chocolate shavings.
Dim Sum Yum
If you haven’t tried this yet, then you ought to try this – we suggest. This is a delicacy that will go good on any day of the year and not just on this very special day. Din Tai Fung’s Chocolate Xiao Long Bao is a work of art. And not only it is a work of art, but there is also an art to eating it. First, you poke a hole in the Dim Sum and let the steam out, then once when you feel that you can handle the whole heat, then only have the whole in your mouth in one shot. The melting chocolate all pours out on the sides.