Shopping in Port of Spain

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    Cocobel

    Made from the finest Trinitario beans, Cocobel chocolates are available only in Trinidad and Tobago, but can stand up as some of the finest you'll taste anywhere in the world. Each of the individual bonbons are works of art, hand-decorated and incorporating local flavors such as Maracas sea salt, sorrel, cilantro-like chadon beni and guava. Beautifully packaged and a unique taste of Trinidad.

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    Cocoa Pod

    A one-stop cocoa mecca: as well as chocolates and bars (some raw), flavoured with roucou, honey, sea salt, coffee or mint, goodies include ice cream, syrups, pepper sauce, delectable cookies and dip'n'spread jars with peanut, sorrel, passionfruit, guava and mango. There's also a very moreish rum-based liqueur and even a cocoa-infused bitters for shaking into cocktails. Lotions and soaps, too.

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    Green Market

    Set in the verdant Santa Cruz Valley, this fabulous spot has an organic farmers market selling all kinds of sustainably grown tropical delights, as well as wonderful food offerings, from Venezuelan arepas (corn pancakes) to Creole treats, hot cocoa tea (hot chocolate) and pure fresh juices. Kick back on a bench under the trees and enjoy brunch alfresco.

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    NAMDEVCO Farmers Market

    Browse stalls heaped with colorful tropical produce, much of it organic, and pick up some fresh fruits at bargain prices. The market sets up on the Queen's Park West paved area opposite the National Academy of the Performing Arts.

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    Paper Based

    Fantastic little bookshop specializing in Caribbean fiction and non-fiction; often stages readings and special events, too.

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    Falls at West Mall

    This large shopping mall has ample parking and a raft of shops selling everything from local craft to books, and an outlet of Trini clothes store Radical Designs. Great food court, too.

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    Crosby’s Music Centre

    Alongside electronic goods, this is a good place to stock up on soca and calypso classics; also sells tickets for fetes and concerts.