I’m not really sure when exactly it was that I got into food and cooking, but it’s something that I have been interested in for as long as I can remember. It all started with my grandma. My mom’s mom. The cutest little Romanian woman who had the food sense of a goddess. No measuring cups, no recipes, nothing – she just did her thing in the kitchen.
It’s not often that you find an alcohol-infused truffle, much less actually have the opportunity to make one yourself. But a brand-new business in Boston is now offering that chance. Enter, Tipsy Chocolates.
Another cool thing about Tipsy Chocolates, is that Anne wants to keep it local. She’s focusing on partnering with local distilleries that she can utilize to create her “tipsy centers”, the ooey-gooey, boozy ganache that goes into the center of the truffles! From Apple Brandy to Maple Rum, there’s no shortage of options.
To learn more about hosting a truffle-making class, or hopping on a Tipsy Chocolate Tour, head to TipsyChocolates.co. Regardless what option you choose, one thing is for sure…it’s definitely going to be sweet.
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