- Learn about production process
- Make truffles and chocolate chocktail from scratch
- Sample an array of confectionery
- Led by experienced instructor
- All ingredients provided
- Valid at two central London locations, close to Covent Garden and King's Cross
- Saturday afternoon or evening
Purchase: Limit 1 per 1 or 2 people. May buy 2 additional as gifts.
Booking: Required 14 days in advance by phone or email: email@example.com. 72-hour cancellation policy.
Restrictions: Valid Sat 1.15pm-3.15pm, 3.15pm- 5.15pm or 5.15pm-7:15pm. Valid at Poetry Cafe, 22 Betterton Street, (WC2H 9BX) or Invisible Dot, 2 Northdown Street, (N1 9BG). Locations and times vary depending on demand and availability. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Valid on option purchased only.
Original values: Verified using merchant's website on 21 Feb 2014.
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Ubuntu Chocolate crafts an array of confectionery, harnessing a variety of unique flavours and natural ingredients. During a 90-minute workshop, cocoa nuts learn about the chocolate-making process from an experienced chocolatier. Participants get to try their hand at crafting truffles and a chocolate chocktail, both entirely from scratch and using ingredients of their choosing. Attendees also get to sample a wide array of cocoa concoctions. Sessions are held at two locations in Central London on Saturdays, with all equipment and ingredients provided.
Choose from the following options for a chocolate workshop:
£27 for one person (51% off)
£52 for two people (53% off)
Groupon Asks Jeremy Wickremer, chocolatier at Ubuntu Chocolate, about his favourite flavour pairings and his ideal patron.
G: What’s your personal favourite chocolate creation?
"It would have to be our hot chocolate cocktail made with cinnamon-infused chocolate, fresh raspberries and Chambord liqueur."
G: What made you want to work in food?
"To bring people together over a shared love of food and socialising; to help them forget about worries for a while, relax and enjoy good food and good conversation."
G: Which famous person would you love to see walk through the door and why?
"Muhammad Ali: he had the irresistible combination of brute determination and amazing grace."