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Chocolate Making Workshop

Our chocolate making workshop is the perfect gift experience for any chocoholic! Learn how to make truffles, create your own chocolate bar and decorate it.
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Chocolate Making Workshop:  

The Experience

If you've never tasted hand-made chocolate created from the freshest ingredients before, then first and foremost you can expect that this experience will be a revelation to your taste buds!

In this chocolate making workshop you will explore the history of chocolate, how to make chocolate and to dip, decorate and cut the chocolate that you've made under our skilled chocolatier's guidance!

Learn how to make truffles and create the nicest chocolate in the world when you experience the world of chocolate making with Golden Moments.

Your chocolate making workshop will include:

- Learning about the origins of chocolate and the process from bean to bar, and sample a cocoa bean.

- Learning how to pipe truffles from raw ingredients with the person next to you.

- Demonstrate your chocolate making skills - or lack of them - as you create your own, limited edition, chocolate bar that will never be repeated!

- Learn the art of cutting, dipping and decorating with your own slab of praline.

- Dip and decorate in the bowls of mounted chocolate and the mounds of decorations for your chocolate.

- Team up with another person in the group and create the nicest chocolate in the world. Make sure you make two so you can both take one home each!

Vital Information

This chocolate making workshop in London is not suitable for anyone who has a nut or a dairy allergy. Please note that once a booking has been made, it is non-changeable.

The Weather

This Chocolate Making Workshop is not dependent on the weather.

Session Length

This course will last for approximately two hours.

Numbers

This experience is available for 1 person. You will be in a group of up to 7 other people. It is possible to bring your friends or family with you to enjoy the workshop themselves, but please check availability first.

Spectators

Spectators cannot attend, but you can always upgrade your voucher and bring a friend with you!

What To Wear

We advise you to wear casual clothes. All equipment will be provided.

Availability

This chocolate making workshop experience is available on selected dates. We advise you to make a booking as far in advance as possible.

Location

London (most Saturdays and Sundays, selected weekday dates), Manchester (most Saturdays), Brighton (most Saturdays, selected Fridays and Sundays).

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Chocolate Making Workshop: Fascinating Facts

Chocolate describes a number of raw and processed foods that originate from the tropical cacao tree. It is a common ingredient in many kinds of sweets, chocolate candy, ice creams, cookies, cakes, pies, and desserts. It is one of the most popular flavours in the world.

Chocolate is made from the fermented, roasted, and ground beans taken from the pod of the tropical cacao tree, Theobroma cacao, which was native to Central America and Mexico, discovered by ancient Mayas and Aztecs, but is now cultivated throughout the tropics. The beans have an intensely flavoured bitter taste. The resulting products are known as "chocolate" or, in some parts of the world, cocoa.

Theobroma is Greek for "food of the gods".

The bean products are known under different names in different parts of the world. In the American chocolate industry:

Cocoa is the solids of the cacao bean
Cocoa butter is the fat component
Chocolate is a combination of the solids and the fat
It is the solid and the fat combination, sweetened with sugar and other ingredients, that is made into chocolate bars and which is commonly referred to as chocolate by the public.

It can also be made into beverages (called cocoa and hot chocolate). The first chocolate beverages were made by the Aztecs and the Mayas and later the Europeans.

Chocolate is often produced as small moulded forms in the shape of animals, people, or inanimate objects to celebrate festivals worldwide. For example, moulds of rabbits or eggs for Easter, coins for Hanukkah, Saint Nicholas (Santa Claus) for Christmas, and hearts for Valentine's Day.

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Chocolate Making Workshop: Restrictions

This chocolate making workshop is not suitable for anyone who has a nut or a dairy allergy.

Please note that once a booking has been made, it is non-changeable.
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Dinner Cruise on Thames My brothers and sisters bought this Golden Moments gift for my husband and I for our Ruby wedding last August. We couldn't have picked a more glorious day to go. The whole experience was wonderful. The food was good, the Cabernet excellent and the disco was pitched at just the right level for the clientele. We will definitely recommend the experience.


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Hi Madeline and Colin,
I'm glad you had a great experience! Thank you for your feedback. Madeline and Colin Livermore

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