Just 25 miles east of Hershey is the town of Lititz, the home of the original chocolate kiss. Wilbur’s Chocolate had been making its Wilburbuds (foil-wrapped chocolate morsels with the signature form Hershey’s later made famous) for 10 years before Hershey’s debuted its take in 1907. Café Chocolate of Lititz uses Wilbur’s 65 percent cacao chocolate (made exclusively for the Café) for its themed menu. The dark chocolate crepe, stuffed with mascarpone, strawberries and a rich chocolate ganache, is a local favorite.
Special Dishes: dark chocolate crepe
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