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Capeline & Chocolat, Bedford

Chocolate shops: four local shops that can’t be missed
Gourmet delights

By Isabelle Bergeron 08 April 2019

You can’t have Easter without chocolate. And who would want to anyway? The following four sweet stops in the Eastern Townships are sure to please their many visitors!


Le Musée du Chocolat de la Confiserie Bromont

Raspberry Zebra, White Praline, Pear, Pomegranate and Rose, Chai Tea. Good luck choosing between the forty flavours of chocolate offered here! But before bringing your chocolates home, take a moment to visit the restaurant for a chocolate lunch (served all day)!


La Chocolaterie Belge Muriel, Sutton

Made from Callebaut chocolate and local and regional ingredients, Muriel’s chocolates are nothing short of divine! If you are looking for the loveliest Easter bunnies, you have come to the right place. These moulded statues are beautiful. You should also know that the hot chocolate at the Chocolaterie Belge Muriel has many fans!


Les Confiseries Hansel & Gretel, Cowansville

All of the chocolates made here are to die for, including the giant dark chocolate Easter egg raffled by the shop. That being said, you will also surely find the desserts unforgettable, whether you choose the cheese mousse, raspberry and chocolate Genoese cake; praline rochers, chocolate and chocolate cream Genoese cake, etc. Look no further for the perfect Easter brunch dessert!


Restaurant L’Oeuf, Mystic

In this charming restaurant nestled in the hamlet of Mystic, you’ll taste delicious chocolates, and maybe meet Pier Normandeau, master chocolatier for the past 35 years. Specially for Easter, the various chocolate forms are nut free for those who have allergies.


Capeline & Chocolat, Bedford

The store’s star product, the capeline, is a cookie-based dessert made with homemade marshmallow wrapped in chocolate. Is your mouth watering yet? Just wait until you see all of the other gourmet products made with fresh, high-quality products and a creative chocolate touch.


Isabelle Bergeron

Au cours des 15 dernières années, Isabelle a travaillé comme journaliste pour différents magazines (Coup de pouce, le Bel Âge, Véro, etc.), ainsi que comme édimestre, chargée de projet en édition et responsable des communications. Passionnée de voyages, les petits comme les grands, Isabelle occupe aujourd’hui le poste de rédactrice pour Tourisme Cantons-de-l’Est et collabore avec le CLD de Brome-Missisquoi.

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