[Virtual Workshop — Ended] Holiday Hot Chocolate with Vesta Chocolate

December 22, 2020 (3pm PDT/6pm EDT)




Hot chocolate is a holiday and winter staple that keeps us warm every year. Learn how to add a new spin on this long-time favorite with Vesta Chocolate. In this workshop, Julia and Roger will teach you the history of hot chocolate and how to make American Hot Cocoa, European Hot Cacao, and Agua de Chocolate.





  • Date: Tuesday, December 22, 2020
  • Time: 6:00pm – 6:45pm EST
  • Location: Online

Online registration is mandatory. Please click the button below to register.







This event will be hosted on Zoom.

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The event will start at the announced time and last about 45 minutes.

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Pictured are Roger and Julia, the husband and wife duo behind Vesta Chocolate. Roger stands behind his wife, leaning forward with a smile. Julia is seated in front of Roger, also smiling. Roger is Hispanic and is wearing a gingham blue, collared button-up shirt. Julia is an Asian woman with shoulder length brunette hair, with blonde highlights. She is wearing a white blouse.


Brought to you by a husband and wife team Roger & Julia, Vesta is a bean-to-bonbon craft chocolate factory and café where the chocolate is first made from organic cacao beans from various origins with unrefined and organic Panela sugar, then it is used to make bonbons, baked goods, spreads, bars, and more. Roger and Julia felt that there was a gap between small batch craft chocolate making and everyday consumption; one could either get craft bean-to-bar chocolate in a bar format, or confections and baked goods that still use mass-produced, commercial chocolate. That’s why they decided to combine forces to create a unique artisanal chocolate-making house where French techniques meet the true definition of chocolate in Latin America where cacao originates. Because they truly believe that craft chocolate should be applicable to our daily lives.

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