Embark On A Chocolate Pub Crawl In Wyoming With Meeteetse Chocolatier’s Happy Hour Truffles
The origin of the best chocolate in Wyoming begins in a bit of an odd way – a cowboy looking to further his career, encouraged by his mom to sell chocolate as a fundraiser. Though bronc rider Tim Kellogg was originally reluctant, he eventually agreed and the Meeteetse Chocolatier was born.
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Today, the tiny town of Meeteetse is a destination for people who travel from all over to try these famous chocolates. If you’ve got a sweet tooth, you’ve got to make it a point to come down and treat yourself to a batch of Happy Hour truffles, a brownie, or a Parisian style hand-blended hot cocoa.
Be sure to call ahead and double check the shop’s hours, because Kellogg occasionally jet-sets about the globe to learn from chocolatiers in Belize, Paris, Belgium and elsewhere.