Our 4 hour Tempering and Truffle course makes a fun, informative and in-depth experience, or you can choose a shorter 2 hour course for your group where we skip some of the more technical information, and concentrate on hands on making. Hen Parties may want to use the course to make Bonbonnieres to give to gests at the wedding.
4 Hour Course
Our classes are taught by our fully trained master chocolatier, directing the class and demonstrating their chocolate making skills. You will then be expected to get hands-on and be creative, using quality ingredients to master the art of tempering chocolate, dipping, rolling, molding and decorating with the milk, dark and white Belgian couverture chocolate, whichever is your favorite.
Expect to leave your chocolate making lesson with your handmade treats, of course providing you haven’t eaten it all before you depart. You can expect to leave your class with new knowledge and skills ready for you to impress your family and friends.
2 Hour Course
Enjoy time with friends, family or colleges in this fun and playful class. Perfect for a casual and hands-on introduction to chocolate making, in a real chocolate factory.
The fun starts with a short overview of chocolate production and tempering over a hot chocolate, followed by chocolate tasting to sample 7 different types of Belgian chocolate to allow everyone to find their sweet spot
Your group can then choose which flavour of ganache to make and pick a mould to make your own yummy filled chocolate. You will be able to get creative with colours and piping bags to personalise your creation
While the truffles set you can choose make some cute chocolate animals, produce some chocolate bars, or make some Rochers with a selection of delicious additional fruits and flavours.
Once the chocolate sets, you’ll get to taste your creations, and box up your creations to show off at home or work.
Feel free to BYO if you think it will help to get those creative juices flowing.
This class is suitable for kids from approx 12 years old and up; they’ll need to be accompanied by parents / guardians.