The Seattle Chocolate Salon is basically a small sampling festival of fine chocolates. Although it's small, there is still too much chocolate for one person to consume. There were many artisan chocolates, chocolate wine stall, and some random Yelp and Olive Oil & Balsamic vinegar, and tea stand (with no chocolate). I was a little disappointed that there weren't any coffee or savory dishes presented. Oh well, on to some pretty picturesKaren here makes these beautifle Chocolate Tulips, great gift that I bought for my boyfriend for only $2. Unfortunatly they were pretty fragile.
Taza Chocolate wasn't about looks, but about tradition and texture. Their Mexcian chocolate is processed using stone mills so it's still gritty. Suprisingly people really enjoyed it because of its rustic nature.