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Pepperoncini Presents Five Course Chocolate and Spirit Pairing

Beginning at 7:30 on Thursday, September 20th Pepperoncini Phoenixville (184 Bridge Street; 484-924-8429) will present a Five Course Chocolate and Spirit Tasting. Imagine a sip of fine rum paired with a creamy chocolate which presents notes of buttery vanilla goodness. Or a Tennessee whiskey matched with a tropical chocolate that brings the natural honey flavor forward. We call that perfectly balanced. Guests will savor a variety of fine chocolates provided by Bridge Street Chocolates, paired with premium spirits; rum, whiskey, port and more from Capital Spirits. The cost is $32 per person and includes hors d'oeuvres, tax and gratuity. Tickets must be purchased in advance at Pepperoncini (484.924.8429) or Bridge Street Chocolates (610.935.8100). Seating is limited.

The event will be hosted by Gail Warner, owner and chocolatier of Bridge Street Chocolates. Warner will be on hand to present each pairing and answer any questions. Located in historic Phoenixville, Bridge Street Chocolates believes that quality chocolate is a necessary luxury. Gail opened the quaint little shop in December 2012. She only selects the finest variety of Belgium chocolates to create distinct flavor combinations.

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