June 13. and 20. are the last dates before the Summer Break. Join June 20. for some special Beer & Chocolate fun.
*Covid Details below
In groups of up to eight people (new reduced capacity since COVID), experience the art of chocolate making. We take you on a knowledge-journey from cacao farms and the fermentation process, winnowing, husking, through all that is required for the bean to be processed into chocolate. We will focus on 75% dark chocolate sweetened with coconut sugar. From this base, you can choose your own flavour and become your own chocolatier for a day. Each person gets to sample eight different chocolate flavours on site and will take home two 42g bars.
Experience chocolate making for your special private party. Read our description of the Classic workshop, except you get your own private chocolate making experience for you and your friends!
For Children: From lollipops, to strange drops and funny chocolate flavours, kids can create whatever their heart desires. All ingredients are provided, but feel free to bring a special birthday flavour for the celebrated one. For up to 12 children, ages 8-15. To book, please email us!
This Workshop is COVID safe. With masks on and physical distancing in place, you can feel safe and still have fun!
More details: You are required to wash your hands upon arrival, and any time during the workshop. You will also be asked to provide your name and phone number for contact tracing purposes. During the workshop, I will kindly ask you to not come in contact with appliances and equipment that are not needed for the workshop. You can come with members of your own household, please advise beforehand. The workshop takes part in two spacious areas of the Café, so we won’t be crowded. Please be cautious so we can all make it safe for everyone together. Unfortunately, you cannot attend if you:
Have symptoms of COVID-19
Have travelled outside of Canada within the last 14 days
Have been identified by Public Health as a close contact of someone with COVID-19
Have been told to isolate by Public Health