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Confessions the 1500s and continues to this day. As with most additions, it started simply enough, with hot chocolate. The first taste is always free, remember, unless you were an enslaved Mesoamerican forced to work on a Spanish Colonial cocoa plantation. The Spanish began exporting cocoa to the Old World with great success. Upper class Europeans took to morning chocolate with a passion. It was a custom for 17th century French gentlemen to call on ladies of fashion while they were still in bed, and all would happily sip and gossip the morning away. Chocolate quickly spread to


England, where every class happily took to it. The English have always dearly loved their sweets. According to Wiki, the first chocolate house opened in London in 1657. In the late 17th century the first milk chocolate was


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