Indian Nectar: A Discourse Concerning Chocolata

Title

Indian Nectar: A Discourse Concerning Chocolata

Subject

Chocolate, South America, recipe, ingredient, Native Americans

Description

This book is a first-hand account by English Physician Henry Stubbe of the different methods of making chocolate and the uses of chocolate in South America in the 17th century.

Creator

Henry Stubbe

Source

Fordham University Library Catalog
Early English Book Online
online copy from Harvard University Library

Publisher

J.C. for Andrew Crook

Date

published 1662

Contributor

[no text]

Rights

Published in 1662 so this book is in the public domain

Relation

[no text]

Format

Book

Language

English

Type

Book, observational discourse, medicine

Identifier

[no text]

Coverage

17th century view on chocolate, its ingredients, and uses. 17th century medicinal ideas, first-hand interactions with natives to South America

Original Format

paper book

Text

Printed by J.C. for Andrew Crook of the Greck Dragon in St. Paul's Churchyard 1662

Files

Indian Nectar: A Discourse on Chocolate pages 48 and 49
Indian Nectar: A Discourse Concerning Chocolate

Citation

Henry Stubbe, “Indian Nectar: A Discourse Concerning Chocolata,” Food origins, accessed February 23, 2024, https://tenochtitlan.omeka.net/items/show/70.