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Happy National Chocolate Day!
Happy National Chocolate Day! :) Finesse Pastries recently expanded from their kiosk at the Boston Public Market to their newest location in Somerville. I have listed many of their chocolate options below. Macarons: > Salted Caramel Chocolate > Chocolate > Finesse Signature Macaron (Chocolate macaron shells filled with chocolate praline mousse and hazelnut nougatine) Cakes: > Opera (Almond sponge soaked in coffee syrup with layers of coffee buttercream and chocolate ganache) > L'elodie (Hazelnut dacquoise with layers of white, milk, and dark chocolate mousse) > Mogador (Chocolate almond cake, raspberry buttercream & raspberry jam) > Chocolate Peanut Butter (Chocolate cake, peanut butter mousse & milk chocolate ganache) > Absolute (Chocolate hazelnut genoise soaked in a cramel syrup with hazelnut nougatine and salted caramel mousse) Pastries: > Cream Puffs (Filled with Chantilly cream and topped with chocolate ganache tarts) > Chocolate Raspberry Tart (Raspberry jam, chocolate ganache and fresh raspberries) > Assorted Cookies and Muffins Drink: > Fully Loaded Hot Chocolate (With whipped cream, @fancysprinkles, a homemade marshmallow, macaron & pirouette cookie) I hope to enjoy a selection of these delicious treats with you all soon!

Finesse Pastries

594 Somerville Ave. · Somerville, ma

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    What we're about

    Chocolate is called the food of the gods for good reason. This club is dedicated to celebrating it in all its forms. We will meet in various locations around Boston, Cambridge, and environs (T-accessible as often as possible) to sample fine dark and milk chocolate. We'll focus on only the best stuff (sorry, Hershey, you're not invited to this party). We'll taste, share, learn, and enjoy together. Sound like fun? Please join us!


    The fine print: This group is inclusive and accepting of all chocolate lovers, but young children might not find us much fun. We hope that you will consider bringing a friend or two so that we can spread our appreciation for the most magical of treats.

    We're focused on fine, tasting chocolate. That means that we're most interested in chocolate made with beans sourced directly by the chocolatier, and we're interested in the best quality chocolate.

    NO SELLING, please. Some members have associations with various chocolate organizations and producers. That's great. We love that. But, please, no selling or recruiting at meetings. Let's keep the focus where it belongs: on tasting. However, if your organization has an event that might be of interest to our members, don't hesitate to message me.

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