Boston Chocolate Making Workshop
Learn to Make Chocolate Truffles During this Confectionery Lesson
Price for 1 participant
Enjoy delectable treats as you learn how to make chocolate truffles during a two and half hour delicious Boston Chocolate Workshop. A great hands-on introduction to the world of chocolate making, this confectionary class will show you how master Chocolatiers make their handmade chocolates as you learn to create a batch of your very own delicious chocolate truffles.
The fun of this activity gift begins when you met the expert Chocolatier in the private dining room of the Elephant & Castle Restaurant. During the culinary class you will hear about the history of chocolate, including the different types of chocolate available today, as you learn how to make your own chocolates. From rolling your own truffles and dipping them in a variety of toppings to decoratively piping, shaping and coating, you will learn how to expertly create and package these delicious treats. Plus you’ll have plenty of samples to bring home and share!
This indulgent Chocolate Workshop in Boston is a tasty treat and makes a wonderful gift for any chocolate connoisseur.
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ITEM/SKU NUMBER XD-1340-002
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The chocolate workshop was great! It was very informative. I learned a lot about the making of chocolate. Of course the chocolate was delicious. Dorian was a lot of fun. I had a very enjoyable experience.
- Robert Castellano - Boston, Tuesday, March 06, 2012
The instructor Dorian was great. Loved hearing all of his explanations and background about chocolate. Would have been much nicer if it were more hands-on, for example, if we actually had the chance to prepare some of the ganache for the truffles. Overall, it was a positive experience.
- Ashwin Rastogi - Boston, MA, Tuesday, February 07, 2012
Excellent workshop! The only thing I would change is to have a couple more stations of chocolate so that people could have some room to work in a better fashion.
- Dawn - Elephant & Castle Restaurant, Tuesday, January 24, 2012
I was disappointed that there 41 people on the class. We ran out of the panache. My daughter and I were in the middle of the line to start dipping our truffles and the panache was gone before we even got up to the table. I think you need to have a limit on how many people should be in the class. I would love to try another class but would hope to have a better experience. It would of been a great time if it wasn't so crowded.
- Lois Alexander - Boston, Tuesday, December 14, 2010
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