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Side Dishes: New chocolate shop in Montpelier

Three years ago, Jane and Wally Delia sold their business, Vermont Chocolatiers, to the owners of the Route 4 Country Store in Quechee and branched out in other directions.

Their hiatus didn’t last long. “We just kind of missed it,” Jane Delia says. “It’s a fun, creative business.”

So the Plainfield couple has signed a lease on a storefront at 40 State Street in Montpelier, where they will open the Cocoa Bean, a chocolate shop, later this month. Jane Delia says she will make all the chocolate — truffles, barks, clusters and turtles, among others — on site.

Expect some creative truffle flavors, she says, including toasted coconut, honey cognac and maple cayenne.

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Food writer Corin Hirsch joined the Seven Days staff in 2011. She is the author of Forgotten Drinks of Colonial New England, published by History Press in 2014.

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