You have to think to stop here the first time. On Paseo de Peralta, a tiny bit further than you'd naturally walk on your way from the Plaza to Canyon Road, the only time you'll have to think about turning the car into the lot is that first time. After that, you're addicted. Kakawa is all about teaching the history of sipping chocolates. Wonder what Thomas Jefferson might of sipped? How Marie Antoinette probably liked her chocolate? Think that almond milk might be the ticket for your new lactose intolerance? Or the Mexicans really have the goods when it comes to the hot stuff? Your answers are all here, and some questions you hadn't thought to ask. Add chocolate truffles and custom caramels (salted, chilled, lavender, basil, hot pepper) to truly die for and a staff who enjoys giving you a sample sip or two, this is what real chocolate tasting is all about.
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