HARVEAST MFWF EASTLAND - Lets travel the world with our taste buds

What to Bring

  • Your taste buds !!!!

Appropriate For

  • Foodies - Chocoholics - Women - Men - Corporate - Melbourne Food and Wine Festival - Chocolate

HARVEAST MFWF EASTLAND - Lets travel the world with our taste buds

About This Event

What You Will Learn

  • The process of bean to bar chocolate making. Where does chocolate come from? How is it made?
  • Define various flavour characteristics in single origin chocolates sourced from around the world.
  • See and smell fresh cacao pods - Subject to availability

What You Get

  • 12 varieties of chocolate to taste

Description

Chocolate Connoisseur tasting experience as part of HARVEAST 

Take a chocolate tasting flight as we travel through 12 different countries.

Learn where chocolate comes from and the bean to bar process of making chocolate.  Let us take your through the tropical regions of Madagascar, Venezuela, Vietnam, Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, Mexico, Caribbean, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Grenada and even Australia as you taste the Single Origin chocolates from these regions.

Session time 45mins

Eastland - Eastern Melbourne’s unrivalled retail and lifestyle destination joins forces with Melbourne Food and Wine Festival to play host to Harveast. Curated by Stephanie Alexander, Richard Cornish and Banjo Harris Plane, this one-day event showcases chefs, producers and suppliers from the local region. 

Live entertainment commences from midday into the evening on the Town Square stage, take a seat at one of our many eateries to enjoy the action over lunch or dinner.

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Fantastic class - we had a tasting of a generous ten samples of chocolate, big enough to allow us to go back and compare. The table was prettily decorated, and fizzy water to cleanse the palate was a great addition. This particular class was held out the front of the shop - a nice space, maybe a bit hard to hear.

This was a wonderful introduction to the subtle distinctions in quality dark chocolate, from someone who clearly knows her stuff. My only criticism would be the seating outside which contributed to background noise - if it had been inside the store, it would be 5 stars without doubt - and to be honest, that is a very minor quibble. I would certainly do the tasting again, and recommend both the quality of the Sisko products and the friendliness of the staff as well, from both this visit and many previous.

We thoroughly enjoyed our class. Christina was very informative & my husband found he actually did like dark chocolate - it just depends in which one it is.

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