Original Chocolate Making Workshop for Two

Original Chocolate Making Workshop for Two

• Learn the history and art of the chocolatier
• Available all year round

£63.70 from Virgin Experience Days

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Cut, dip and decorate your own chocolate creations with this Original Chocolate Making Workshop, in London, Brighton or Manchester. Together you’ll learn new chocolate crafting skills and gain knowledge which you can later use to impress your friends and family at home. Your chocolatier will start the class off by providing an interesting insight into the history and process of chocolate, explaining each step from cocoa bean to bar. You can enjoy the taste of a variety of different quality and exotically flavoured chocolate. The two of you will create a giant chocolate button and your chocolatier will demonstrate how to make a dark chocolate ganache and you will then have the opportunity to make your own. You should leave with lots of tasty hand made treats – providing you don’t eat them all during your class.

Extra information about this Food & Drink experience

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On arrival at your chosen location, you will be met by your guide for the day and introduced to your group. You’ll pop your apron on and learn a short history on the process of creating chocolate, from bean to bar. You’ll sample cocoa in its natural state and try a selection of different quality and exotically flavoured chocolate. You’ll move on to melting and cooling,to create a giant chocolate button to decorate using techniques learned from the chocolatier. After which, you will set about decorating gooey fudge with toppings such as white chocolate flakes and strawberry curls. … you should have plenty to take home, assuming you don’t eat them all at the workshop.

Participant guidelines: Minimum age: 14 (under 18s must be accompanied by a full paying adult) Disab

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Locations:
East Sussex – Brighton; Greater Manchester – Manchester; London – Branch Place

Author: Jim Robinson

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