Chocolate Essentials
  • Chocolate Essentials
  • Chocolate Essentials
  • Chocolate Essentials

Chocolate Essentials

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A serious study of the sinfully,  delightful world of chocolates!

In this two day workshop, get in depth knowledge about different varieties of chocolates.

What you will learn:

  • Starting from scratch, this intense workshop will cover melting and tempering of couverture chocolate by different ways
  • Then we move onto flavouring, moulding & de-moulding of hand-made chocolates. This will include filled chocolates as well.
  • We will then venture into other chocolate treats like mendiants and chocolate garnishes.
  • Learn the art of making hand rolled truffles with techniques on moulding, enrobing and dipping chocolates. You will learn wide options to flavour your truffles too.
  • Also, learn to make oh so delicious peanut butter cups.
  • Make tasty caramel candies, which will bring back your childhood memories.
  • Master the technique of making the perfect salted caramel sauce, which we will then use to make a Snickers inspired bar!
  • Learn the secret of making a decadent chocolate fudge.
  • Make edible shot glasses out of chocolate and fill them with a coffee mouse.
  • Irresistible melt in the mouth silk chocolates that will become your favourite.
  • Nut based pralines and almond brittle will also be covered.
  • The course covers both compound and couverture chocolate types.

Who should register?

  • No previous knowledge needed, so this class is a comprehensive course for a complete novice. However, for those who have worked with chocolates, you will still have a lot of take aways from this class in terms of new techniques, recipes and variations of candies, since the course goes way beyond the standard moulded chocolate fare.


  • Is previous experience needed for this course?  None needed.
  • Do I need to carry any ingredients or tools?  
    Nope. We provide everything you will need. All we ask you carry is a pen and an apron.

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