News

At St Vincent’s Buccament Bay, Learning the Art of Chocolate

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - February 17, 2013

Above: chocolate at Buccament Bay

By the Caribbean Journal staff

From St Lucia’s Boucan Hotel, Restaurant and Cocoa Plantation to the Graycliff Hotel in Nassau (which recently debuted its own chocolate factory), Caribbean hotels are increasingly upping their chocolate quotient.

The latest entrant into the chocolate sector is the Buccament Bay in St Vincent and the Grenadines, which has joined forces with British chocolatier to offer the “Chocolate Experience,” a course in chocolate-making.

Wilton founded the world’s first chocolate-themed hotel in England, and will be guiding guests in April for four master classes in tasting, truffle making, mould making and chocolate cocktails, among other specialties.

The classes, which take place from April 14 to 17 and April 18 to 21, will also feature gala dinners.

Popular Posts cape santa maria

The Best Caribbean Beach Resort You’ve Never Heard of 

There’s a boat just offshore called “Escape.”  It’s bobbing in some of the most brilliant, dynamic turquoise water I’ve ever seen, a few meters from a stretch of sand so bright and so white you have to squint to look […]


Marriott Is Opening Its New St Regis Resort In Aruba 

aruba st regis inside the restaurant with chairs

It was more than a decade ago that Marriott opened its first-ever Ritz-Carlton resort in the Dutch Caribbean: the Ritz-Carlton, Aruba, which at the time was the island’s first true five-star resort.  Fast forward to 2024, and Marriott is set […]


From All-Inclusive Resorts to Beaches, Travelers Are Falling in Love With Antigua and Barbuda

antigua barbuda frontier airlines the peninsula with sand

The plunge-pool villas at Hammock Cove. The historic streets of Nelson’s Dockyard. Pool days at Sheer Rocks. Unforgettable honeymoons. Vibrant meals of pepperpot and fungee. Beach bar hopping on the south coast. Endless serenity in Barbuda.  Travelers keep flocking to […]


Related Posts grenada aerial cover

Five Ways to Experience Grenada

Grenada is one of the most deliciously diverse destinations in the Caribbean, with the aroma of its native spices wafting through the air and redolent in the fresh local cuisine served everywhere from local roadside stands to the finest hotels. […]


Saint Lucia Set to Begin Airport Transformation Project

saint lucia airport project

By the Caribbean Journal staff Saint Lucia will soon begin work on its highly-anticipated transformation of Hewanorra International Airport, according to Prime Minister Allen Chastanet. Work will begin in the coming weeks, he said at a press briefing this week. […]


St Vincent and the Grenadines, A New Caribbean Hotspot

st vincent and the grenadines palm

By Alexander Britell Luxe private resorts. Sparkling, untouched beaches. Volcanoes. Spectacular sailing. And you haven’t heard of it? For years, St Vincent and the Grenadines has been something of a secret corner of the Caribbean, a rarefied section of the […]


SUBSCRIBE!

Sign up for Caribbean Journal's free newsletter for a daily dose of beaches, hotels, rum and the best Caribbean travel information on the net.


No. Thank You