After the success of last year’s hot chocolate celebration, Valrhona is excited to announce the Second Annual Hot Chocolate Festival in NYC.
On January 21 through February 5, Restaurants, Bakeries, and Chocolatiers around the city will be participating in the festival, promoting artisanal and premium hot chocolate and raising money for a good cause.
These restaurants will create and sell unique hot chocolates at their locations featuring Valrhona chocolate. A portion of the proceeds of each hot chocolate sold will go to support the Valrhona Clean Water Project. Click here to learn more about the Valrhona Clean Water Project, which helps to improve the living conditions and public health of the cocoa-producing community of Los Ranchos, Peru.
Visit any of the 11 participating establishments and 29 locations to celebrate the festival. Try them all and share on Instagram for a chance to win $100 worth of Valrhona Chocolate. Be sure to use #ValrhonaHCF17, #ValrhonaUSA and follow @ValrhonaUSA on Instagram.
Special thanks to all of the participating establishments: Almondine Bakery, Baked, Dominique Ansel Kitchen, Épicerie Boulud, Fika, La Maison du Chocolat, Ladurée, Lafayette, Mah Ze Dahr, St. Regis, and Sugar & Plumm. Discover below all the locations.
Valrhona is excited to host in partnership with StarChefs, the annual International C3 Pastry Competition this year right here in New York. Last year, Chef Nicolas Blouin of Rosewood Mansion in Dallas took home the grand prize, and we can’t wait to see what he and all the other competitors from around the world will create this year.
Top chefs from around the world will act as judges for the Valrhona C3 Pastry Competition, selecting the winning pastry chef. Judges include Sergi Arola of La Broch, Arola in Madrid; Antonio Bachour of Bachor Bakery + Bistro in Miami; Enrico Cerea of Da Vittorio in Bergamo, Italy; Stéphane Chéramy of The Rtiz Carlton, Orlando; Johhny Iuzzini of Sugar Fueled INC in Brooklyn, New York; François Payard from New York; Jean-François Piège of Le Grand Restaurant in Paris; and Sébastien Serveau from Paris.