Organic Chocolate Making Workshop for Two
This is a serious chocolate adventure for anyone who either loves to eat it, or loves to create with it. Head to the chocolate hub in London together, or one of the impressive hotel locations in Brighton and Manchester, to don your aprons and get creative. Your chocolatier will start the class off by giving you a fascinating insight into the history and process of chocolate, explaining every step from sourcing the cocoa beans to producing a tasty bar of chocolate. You can enjoy the cocoa in its natural state and then try a selection of different quality and exotically flavoured chocolate. You can even take part in a giant chocolate button competition for the chance to win a prize for the best creation. Your chocolatier will demonstrate how to make a dark chocolate ganache and you will then have the opportunity to make your own. There will be cutting, dipping and decorating involved during your chocolaty experience and should you refrain from eating it all during the class - you should have plenty of creations to take home with you.
by Virgin Experience Days
Chocolate Making Workshop for Two
Euston, London; Bournemouth, Dorset; Bath, Somerset; Manchester, Greater Manchester; Leeds, West Yorkshire;:: Together, two of you can indulge and learn how to make decorations with everyone's favourite sweet foodstuff - chocolate. This fabulous workshop begins with an informative talk on the history of chocolate, by an experienced chocolatier. Sample the delicious chocolate fountain and after some instruction from the professionals, make your very own truffle fillings, dip truffles into Belgian chocolate and decorate. At the end you can take away between 40 and 50 Belgian chocolates each. Compare and contrast, who has made the best chocolates between the two of you? Availability: Availability varies depending on location, please check when booking. Weather: Duration: Workshops last around two to two and a half hours. Numbers On Day: There'll be anywhere between 12 and 36 people taking part (depending on which venue you choose). Spectators: Sorry, but space restrictions mean this experience isn't suitable for spectators. Dress Code: Wear comfortable shoes and clothes that you don't mind getting messy - aprons are provided, but you might still end up with chocolate on your clothes. Guidelines: You'll receive complete location info once you've booked a date. Restrictions: Minimum age is 14. This experience isn't suitable for severe nut allergy sufferers, as the equipment may have come into contact with nuts. Other Info:
by Red Letter Days
Red Letter Days Chocolate Making Workshop for Two
Download this PDF for full details of the experienceClick here for full information and to download the PDFLearn how to make decorations with everyone`s favourite sweet foodstuff - chocolate. Begin with an informative talk on the history of chocolate by an experienced chocolatier, then sample the delicious chocolate and make your very own truffle fillings. At the end you can take away between 40 and 50 Belgian chocolates each.
by House of Fraser
The Original Chocolate Making Workshop for Two in London
Hackney, London:: From the moment you both step inside the inviting kitchens and smell the mouth-watering scent of organic chocolate, indulgence begins. This chocolate workshop offers up the opportunity to make your own chocolate treats and take home around 15 - 20 pieces afterwards. The class also features a briefing on the art of chocolate making, learn about the journey a chocolate bean takes before it becomes the delicious bar of chocolate you love. Next up - sample some yummy Florida orange milk chocolate before learning how to cool down molten chocolate for the perfect consistency. To finish off - cut, dip and decorate your chocolates with truffle filling, coconut, white chocolate shavings and edible stars and hearts. Availability: Classes run each Sunday and some weekday evenings. Weather: Duration: The experience will last for 2 to 2 and a half hours. Numbers On Day: Share the experience with up to 22 other chocolate loving participants. Spectators: The experience is exclusively for paying participants and therefore spectators cannot be accommodated. Dress Code: Wear comfortable shoes and clothes that you don't mind getting messy - aprons are provided, but you may still end up with chocolate on your clothes. Guidelines: Restrictions: Minimum age is 14. This experience isn't suitable for severe nut allergy sufferers, as the equipment may have come into contact with nuts. Other Info: Please note that the chocolate is organic but other ingredients used are not. This means that the decorated chocolates you take away are not organic.
by Red Letter Days