American Heritage Chocolate

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Here at Captain Jackson’s we serve our guests the American Heritage Historic Chocolate Drink. Perfected by Mars Incorporated, drinking chocolate is chocolate blended with a special mix of spices infused with hot water and served as a beverage. 18th century Bostonians did not eat their chocolate as we do today.

Visit Captain Jackson’s Historic Chocolate Shop and discover chocolate as people enjoyed it in colonial Boston.

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