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With over 40 years of experience in the chocolate and ice cream industry, the Kronfols are in it to spread fresh cocoa love for all people in need of the soothing remedy.Rafic Kronfol gained experience in chocolate production in Switzerland and later established a chocolate brand, operating from a very small factory in Beirut and initially selling through a tiny shop.MUSE, a high-end chocolate concept store located in Wadi Hills, Downtown Beirut, opened its doors mid-March, showcasing its mouthwatering array of chocolates, ice creams and other delectable sweets.MUSE chocolates are designed by both Kronfol and his brother Ziad.Delicious chocolates call for top quality ingredients, and the Kronfols carefully select each of theirs from around the world.Apart from chocolates, MUSE offers ice cream with a wide variety flavors, from rich chocolate to cheesecake.Kronfol believes that MUSE is adding something different to the high-end chocolate market in Lebanon.Beirut is nowadays cluttered with both long-standing and new high-end chocolate shops, but MUSE is not worried.
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