• A Brazilian Take on Chocolate is a Delicious Treat, Gift and Teambuilding Opportunity

     
    FROM THE Fall 2018 ISSUE
     

The San Francisco-based company tinyB Chocolate produces “brigadeiros,” a heavenly Brazilian cousin to the chocolate truffle that has a smooth, creamy texture but no hard shell. tinyB founder Renata Stoica is a São Paolo native who’s using her old family recipes to bring the tradition to America. She infuses the brigadeiros with flavors that remind her of home, like passion fruit, pineapple, cayenne pepper and Brazilian coffee. Beautifully packaged in robin’s egg blue boxes, the chocolates make a perfect party favor and a lovely holiday gift. The boxes can be branded with a company logo or motto. And tinyB runs teambuilding chocolate-making events where participants roll their own brigadeiros, pick their toppings, and do lots of tasting along the way. Lasting between one to two hours and able to accommodate from 5 to 50 amateur chocolate-makers, the events can take place at tinyB’s locations or in an office or other site. All that’s required is a 4-foot-by6-foot table and enough room for guests.  

Perhaps your attendees have hopped on those electric bikes and e-scooters that are scattered all over metropolitan areas throughout California. That’s old news, no question. Yet it’s a sure bet they’ve never been on a Vintage Electric Cruz Bike, because only 250 of them ever have been made. Mad Dogs & Englishmen Bike Shop in Carmel has a fleet of these smile generators, as well as a fleet of knowledgeable guides to lead scenic group tours. 

 

 

The wildly popular Magnolia Brewery in San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood has a new addition: Magnolia Hall, a 6,500-square-foot private event space
connected to the always-bustling brewery and taproom. Just a 10-minute walk from Oracle Stadium, where the Giants play, it’s perfect for a pre- or post-game function and for more formal events, too.

 

Use Bizzabo at your next event to give attendees a more personalized experience