Coffee, Chocolate & Cigars

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Coffee, Chocolate & Cigars

The group is all about Coffee, Chocolate & Cigars (and Wine of course).

Website: http://www.wineandhospitalitynetwork.com/group/coffeetea/
Members: 34
Latest Activity: Jan 13, 2012

Your Group Moderator: George Houck

We are here to connect to new gourmet; specialty products in our favorite subjects and business channels; we prefer sustainable development, fair trade, fun facts; cool pairings. Come and connect with us.

WELCOME ALL NEW MEMBERS !!!

Discussion Forum

Wine & Coffee? You Bet! 4 Replies

Started by Jack & Karen Erhart. Last reply by George Houck Jul 23, 2009.

Cigar Invites 1 Reply

Started by George Houck. Last reply by George Houck Jul 18, 2009.

Sin Tax Thoughts 2 Replies

Started by George Houck. Last reply by George Houck Apr 14, 2009.

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Comment by Mary Leonard on April 27, 2009 at 1:49pm
Hello, As a new member I am interested for opportunities for my new new of Asian Inspired Chocolates. They may be viewed at www.chocolatceleste.com
Comment by George Houck on April 27, 2009 at 4:51pm
We welcome you to the group! Inspired Chocolate! Sweet!
Comment by George Houck on April 30, 2009 at 7:23pm
We always encourage any information you can share with us. Chocolate and coffee is Awesome!
Comment by Margie Tosch on June 2, 2009 at 7:32am
Brought back a few pounds of chocolate from Germany! European chocolate tastes so different than American. The German chocolate is mostly milk, although i bought back some other European dark chocolates. The marzipan is fabulous.

Having an artisan whiskey tasting Thursday, and after a raspberry wine with chocolate (from the same artisan distiller).
Comment by Seanan Forbes on June 19, 2009 at 11:46am
It is such a pleasure to find like-minded people.

Back in the day before everybody was talking about single-regions, the nice people at l'Artisan du Chocolat taught me to blind-taste regional chocolate. I've led single-region tastings and matching wine and chocolate for years.

I've taken coffee-roasting and tasting, but it wasn't until I took the American Sommeliers Association's eight-week class that I learned about cigars. That was an education -- not only in tasting, but also in the similiarities in the production of wine, tea, chocolate and cigars. Suddenly, my diverse fields of training came together.

Thank you for having this group. It is a delight, finding you here.
Comment by George Houck on July 18, 2009 at 10:19pm
Thats ok John I'm in MIA and have been swamped with the good life. I have smoken many a cigar aas of late but am lacking in the wine Dept.
Comment by George Houck on July 18, 2009 at 10:20pm
@Seanan Welcome to our group!!! So what can you tell us this week about your experiences?
Comment by Margie Tosch on July 20, 2009 at 9:53am
Ahh George! Lacking in the wine dept? Isn't that one of life's necessities? Air, water, food, love, wine???
Comment by George Houck on July 21, 2009 at 9:47am
Been the driver a lot lately. Otherwise I was having trouble learning Photoshop on wine but it does help the writing on my Examiner.com writing I find. I choose better subjects when I am drinking a Cab Sav or Merlot.
Comment by Margie Tosch on July 21, 2009 at 10:31am
Oh now there's an experiment! Which wines inspires creative thinking the most!

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