World Chocolate Day, which is often referred to as International Chocolate Day, is celebrated on the 7th of July every year. It is thought that the origin of this celebration is from the introduction of this delight to the European public during the 1550s. In the United States, this day is celebrated on the 28th of October. There are many other days of the sort, including White chocolate day and even a Milk Chocolate Day.
How to Celebrate It?
To celebrate this day, people indulge in eating their favorite chocolates. To bring a little twist to this celebration, you can also try out new flavors and new brands of chocolates. Moreover, there are hundreds of different snacks and drinks that are made out of chocolate. These include milkshakes, cakes, doughnuts, muffins and so much more.
In the celebration of this day, events are also held such as an event in which people are introduced to different kinds of chocolates. Some events may even include a tasting of these flavors.
What to do on this day?
On this delightful day, you can give chocolates as gifts to people who are close to you. If you are interested in cooking, you can also try out a new recipe that has chocolate in it or you can simply read up about the origin and processing of chocolates, in different parts of the world.