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Chocolate Trivia Fun Facts

How cool is it that you had fun and learned new things, right? Chocolate in any form, ice cream, milk, dark, or white, admit it, we all love it!

Want to talk chocolate? We present to you fun facts all on our favorite sweet treat, chocolates!


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Most years in the 19th-century, chocolate was enjoyed as a drink. The first molded chocolate bar was made out of paste made of chocolate liquor, cocoa butter, and sugar.

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Cortes introduced cocoa to Spain. He went on an expedition to the Americas for riches and gold but instead came home with a cup of cacao beans given by an Aztec Emperor.

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Chocolate was said to be traced way back 4,000 years ago in Mesoamerica (now: Mexico). Olmec, one of Latin America's earliest civilizations, were the first to turn cacao plant into chocolate.

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Italians are the ones to thank for many chocolate dishes and desserts known to date. Chocolate soup, custard, and sorbet were created in Naples in the mid-1700s.

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Cadbury all started with founder John Cadbury who opened a small store in 1824. The manufacturing business started when the founder started production on commercial sale in 1831.

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The modern hot chocolate was created by chemist Coenraad Johannes Van Houten in Holland. This was all possible because of the process of patenting much of cocoa butter from the ground beans, then resulting in a cocoa powder.

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In 1876, Daniel Peter added dried milk powder to chocolate, which resulted in milk chocolate. Years later, Peter partnered with his good friend Henri Nestle and created the Nestle Company.

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The fruit of cacao trees is called pods, and each pod contains about 40 beans of cacao. After harvesting, the beans are roasted and dried to create a ground cocoa powder.

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Hernan Cortes was believed to introduce cocoa beans to Spain. Chocolate served as a drink back then. To lessen its bitter taste, Spanish chocolate was mixed with sugar and honey.

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The chocolate press was a device used to squeeze the cocoa butter from the roasted beans, which leaves fine chocolate powder behind. This was the device that made chocolate production easier.

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