Find us here weekly:
Weekdays in our Factory Shop Monday-Friday // 9am-3pm // A124 Cotton Mill Hill Brattleboro
Come check out our Factory Shop in the Cotton Mill Building and enjoy fresh locally roasted coffee and shop for chocolates in a quiet and industrial-atmospheric space. We have boxed collections of goodies as well as our classic bonbons, and be the first to try out our latest experimental chocolates with recipes you won’t find anywhere else. We host chocolate tasting and pairing events in our space as well, so check our facebook page or listings below to learn about the next gathering.
Brattleboro Area Farmers Market Saturdays May-October // 9am-2pm // 570 Western Ave (Route 9) Brattleboro, VT
Featuring over fifty vendors who offer agricultural products, handmade crafts, and delicious prepared food, the Saturday Market runs from 9am to 2pm, with live music every Saturday from 11am-1pm. We’ll be there with fresh, seasonal chocolates made with local produce, spirits and comestibles.
Artisanal Chocolate & Wine Tasting, Monday February 10th 5pm-7pm, Next Stage Arts , Putney Vermont
Part of the ongoing Next Stage Culinary program highlighting local chefs and specialty food curators, this event brings together the exquisite, artisanal chocolate of Brattleboro’s Tavernier Chocolates with the locally produced boutique offerings of The Putney Mountain Winery. Attendees will be guided through the subtle flavor complexities of these pairings while sampling a variety of artisanal chocolate charcuterie, bars, and bonbons with a selection of taste appropriate liqueurs.
Bring a partner or friend and join us, Tavernier Chocolates, as we explore local ingredients through pairings with The Putney Mountain Winery’s award winning liqueurs and dry wines. This will be a fun and casual guided tasting and pairing with drink recipes and dessert ideas that you can bring home and enjoy on Valentine’s Day and beyond.
We will have all the goods you need to purchase after the tasting, including boxed Valentine chocolates at a 10% discount.
Factory Shop & Farmers Market booth photos courtesy of Where Women Create Magazine/Clare Barboza