Chocolate Experience – Bean to Bar

The experience introduces you to the enchanting universe of cacao and dark chocolate, challenging your preconceived notions about this beloved treat. Get ready for a delightful experience, divided into three captivating sections:

  1. The History and Origins of Cacao: Join us for an immersive walk around the cacao museum, where our ambassador will introduce you to the captivating history and origin of cacao. Discover its unique characteristics and benefits as you explore the world of this extraordinary bean.
  2. The Art of Chocolate Making: Watch as cacao transforms into delectable chocolate through processes like roasting and tempering. Our chocolate chef will demonstrate the intricate steps involved in creating this beloved treat.
  3. Taste Adventure: Indulge in a variety of dark chocolates crafted from different cacao beans, each with its unique flavor profile.

This experience offers you a fresh understanding and appreciation of cacao and dark chocolate. It's not just a learning opportunity; it's a thrilling expedition, and we can't wait for you to be a part of it. Prepare for a journey of flavor and discovery – your taste buds will thank you.

  • Please note the event takes place in Cantonese
  • Duration: 60 minutes

📍Address 地址

  • Kisok 09B, 4/F. The Wai, Tai Wai, New Territories
  • 大圍圍方4樓中庭Kisok 09B
Regular price HK$300.00
Sale price HK$300.00 Regular price

Participants will receive products valued at HK$250 after the event.

Date and Time
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  1. Cacao History and Museum
  2. About CACAOLAB
  3. Dark Chocolate Pros
  4. Bean To Bar Process
  5. Products Tasting
  6. Chocolate Tempering Workshop
  1. The event is subject to meeting a minimum enrollment quota. If the quota is not met, the event may be canceled one week prior to the scheduled commencement. The class will also be canceled in the event of a Typhoon Signal No. 8 or above, or a black rainstorm signal.
  2. Refunds will be issued in the event of event cancellation due to insufficient enrollment or adverse weather conditions.
  3. The organizer reserves the right to make changes to the event schedule or program if necessary.