This is an interactive and fun workshop, on site in a real chocolate factory or by arrangement at your home, where the children will experience the magic of creating personalized chocolates with their own hands. This is an ideal party activity as the kids will not only end up with chocolate on their faces but also their own chocolates to take home – if they last that long!
The experience begins with a brief history of chocolate, then a chocolate tasting to taste the difference between compound and couverture chocolate and then straight into chocolate making. Under the guidance of the Chocolatier .The children will then make their own moulded chocolate with each participant choosing from an array of fun moulds. A special box is given to each chocolate maker so they can package their creations to take home.
While we are waiting for the chocolate to set, the participants are shown how to dip and decorate marshmallow and Turkish delight. They are each given a piping bag to demonstrate their artistic talents. If required, a birthday cake is shared at some point during party.
If required, a birthday cake is shared at some point during party.
- Children will experience the magic of creating personalized chocolates with their own hands.
- An ideal party activity as the kids will not only end up with chocolate on their faces but also their own chocolates to take home.
- Experience begins with a brief history of chocolate, then a chocolate tasting to taste the difference between compound and couverture chocolate and then straight into chocolate making.
- Expert tuition from an experienced teacher!
- Your kid's interest to learn!
Vendor sincce 2016
Kimberley Chocolates was established in 1994 by Joseph Atallah BSc (Food Science) with the aim of producing good quality chocolate and making it accessible to the general public. At that time in Sydney, very little good quality chocolate was being made and Joseph's idea of combining couverture chocolate with ingredients such as lemon myrtle, quandong and chilli proved very successful.Selling at markets and shows as well as from the Leichhardt factory, Kimberley Chocolates' range of chocolate truffles quickly became sought after and Joseph rapidly gained a reputation as an innovative chocolatier with a wealth of knowledge that he was willing to share.
With appearances on TV and in other media outlets, customers became keen to not only taste his product but to learn more about chocolate. Firstly, Joseph established Chocolate Appreciation Classes and the success of these informative sessions lead to the demand for hands-on Chocolate Workshops. Participants of the workshops love learning the secrets of chocolate truffle making and enjoy being able to take their handmade creations home with them along with the know-how of how to replicate them in the comfort of their