Another strange year has gone by, with a lesson in enjoying the small things.
This season's chocolate collection of truffles and caramels are available at:
868 College Street Toronto
As usual, the candied fruits are not at the shop or on the website but if you need extra TLC given to your boxes of chocolates please send me a line.
I am looking forward to hearing from you!
Time for some cheer and chocolates, after a challenging year we all deserve some TLC.
However still not together, I do miss a good hug!
Like most of you my life got turned upside down and the main priority is being safe and pop-ups are unfortunately not really an option this year.
However, boxes of truffles in different sizes of 3, 9, 12 and 21 as well as caramels, plus samplers are available at:
868 College Street Toronto
We have new flavours for this year's box of 3:
- Garam masala from Kochi India, mild with a top note of star anise.
- Saffron and gur (palm syrup from Bengal) with pomegranate flower.
- Almond and pistachio marzipan.
Candied fruits covered with chocolate are also available but please drop me a line for those as they are not listed on the website.
Delivery and pick up can also be arranged.
I wish you all a safe and happy season!
Happy Valentine's Day!
For this season a box of dark chocolate patterned hearts and a box of 9 truffles are available at:
Also through Artery, I will be giving a workshop on how to make hand rolled chocolate truffles. It will take place in a private home on Sunday, February 9, 2020.
Visit this link for more details.
If you are interested in hosting a chocolate workshop in your own space for you and your friends, let me know!
As most of you probably know, I have a love for spices and travel.
I am going travelling for about 6 weeks and part of the trip will be to explore the spice gardens of Kerala, India. If you want to be part of the experience you can follow @odilechocolat on social media.
Have a lovely Valentine's!
After a beautiful slow summer getting acquainted with a new rhythm of life, which provided reflection and inspiration, I am more than ready to make chocolates.
The collection will be a little different this year. However, all the favourites will be back, plus a few surprises at my upcoming events:
Pop-up at The Mercantile (297 Roncesvalles Avenue, Toronto)
Wednesday, November 27 to Sunday, December 1st
Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2pm to 7pm
Thursday, Nov. 28 & Friday, Nov. 29, 2pm to 8pm
Saturday, Nov. 30, 10.30am to 7pm
Sunday, Dec. 1, Noon to 6pm
Hide Christmas Market (789 Dundas Street West, Toronto)
Thursday, December 5 to Monday, December 23
Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday, Noon to 7pm
Thursday/Friday/Saturday, Noon to 8pm
Sunday, Noon to 5pm
Please join us for our opening reception for the Hide Christmas Market on Saturday, December 7 from noon to 8pm! There will be beverages, goodies, music and more.
If you wish to order beforehand, drop me a line. I can have it ready for you at one of the locations above.
Looking forward to see you all!
Odile Chocolat will be at the One of a Kind Show from Thursday November 22 to Sunday December 2, 2018!
The late shopping night is Thursday, November 29, 10am - 11pm.
You will find the perfect gift for all your holiday celebrations, including handmade advent calendars, edible chocolate ornaments, and beautiful boxes of truffles.
More details to come soon.
Odile Chocolat is one of the highest rated businesses on FoodPages.ca, with a rating of 5 out of 5 stars. Odile Chocolat, People's Choice Winner for 2017.
Watch Odile's demonstration in the video at the 0:33 minute mark!
Tasty Tours presents Toronto’s Ultimate Chocolate Tour in the city’s west end. Every Saturday at 1 p.m. Torontonians are given the opportunity to tour the likes of chocolate connoisseurs around Queen St West, King St West, and Dundas St West (around Trinity Bellwoods Park). This sweet tour involves a guided tour of the history of chocolates, chocolate-making demonstrations, and plenty of samples.
Full article available on Indie88.
By: Momma Braga
A little Momma Braga fact to all my amazing readers and fans is that I am a chocoholic. I have been since I could start eating chocolates and from what I can see from past photo albums, it started in my toddler years.
Last but not least we ended the tour at 829 Dundas Street West where we entered an adorable shop called, Odile Chocolat. We were greeted by owner and renowned food industry specialist, Odile Chatelain. Odile honed her craft while growing up as a child near Paris, France. She and her mother would make truffles each Christmas. This family tradition instilled a passion within Odile that has carried her through her 30-year career in the food industry. Odile now specialize in the latest food industry trends and brings exceptional quality European chocolate products to Torontonians.
Odile Chocolat specializes in tantalizing hand-made truffles with a combination of wine, herbs, spices and flowers. It really gives chocolate lovers a unique selection of flavor and choices.
During our tour at Odile, she offered a demonstration on how she hand designs the chocolates, it is just spectacular to see!
Full article on TheBabySpot.ca
May 30, 2017
Odile is your one-stop truffle shop, and you can watch the truffle making process in-house if you arrive at the right time of day. Chocolate treat making is a creative passion at Odile; one truffle takes two days to prepare. Tour taste highlight: Odile flavours are made from natural infusions that are created from scratch on-site including ice wine, raspberry vinegar, and caramel lavender. Odile key characteristic: craft blended with innovation.
FYI! The tour is vegetarian, and can be made entirely gluten-free as well as partially vegan. Nut-free options are available. Other restrictions may be accommodated on a case by case basis. You just need to make the request and check with Tasty Tours in advance.
The tour is every Saturday, from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
For booking and to find out more about the Ultimate Chocolate Tour visit their website.
Full article available on Toronto Guardian.