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ere’s a sweet secret: You can take a two-and-a-half-hour weekend chocolate walking tour of Beacon Hill, the Back Bay, the South End, and Harvard Square. Your Boston Chocolate Tours guide will tell you about the history of chocolate and how it’s made, but more importantly you’ll stop at chocolatiers and restaurants to sample some. There are also chocolate workshops, where you can make your own truffles. Healy
White chocolate was invented in 1935 by Frederick Hebert of Shrewsbury, founder of Hebert Candies, by mixing sugar and milk solids with cocoa butter.
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