One Hour Chocolate Making Workshop With Afternoon Tea For One (£11.50) or Two (£22) at The Bath Chocolate Museum (Up to 62% Off)
- Chocolate making workshops
- Supporter of chocolate charity The Cocoa Bond
- Bath city centre location
- Afternoon tea includes sandwiches and chocolate cake
- Workshop run by master chocolatier Philippe Wall
- Chocolate tasting and making
- Chocolates to take home
Limit 1 per person or 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required at least 48 hours in advance. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid Mon, Wed and Fri 2.30pm-4pm. Must be 12 or older. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Please state any food allergies at time of booking. Max 8 people per class. Original value based on chocolate making workshop and chocolate afternoon tea for two. Valid on option purchased only.
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Laying sweet lines on somebody involves a lot of smooth-talking and an icing bag filled with chocolate sauce. Get some sugar with today's Groupon from The Bath Chocolate Museum. Choose from the following options:• £11.50 for one hour chocolate making workshop with afternoon tea for one (60% off)
• £22 for one hour chocolate making workshop with afternoon tea for two (62% off)
Sweetly placed in the city centre, The Bath Chocolate Museum is delicately sprinkled with chocolate making courses and works closely with UK charity The Cocoa Bond to help improve the lives of farmers and communities in West Africa. Lead by master chocolatier Philippe Wall, the hands-on and practical chocolate workshops are available for groups of friends, families, and candy-loving little ones.
After indulging in a seriously chocolatey afternoon tea, with a selection of sandwiches, a Minerva chocolate cake, hand-crafted chocolates and a hot chocolate drink (£8.89), sugar-coated souls will learn the secrets behind the sweet treat with a one hour workshop (£20). Under the expert guidance of the chocolatier, the session will delve into a brief history of the confectionary, before moving on to chocolate-tasting and chocolate-making, with the latter covering tabling, tempering, crystallising, enrobing, and dipping techniques. At the end of the afternoon, all hand-made creations will be available to take home and devour at leisure.