Choose from Three Options
- $15 for $30 worth of chocolate. See the menu.
- $79 for an introductory chocolate-making class with take-home samples and a glass of champagne (a $160 value)
- $10 for three laminonuts—doughnuts made from hand-layered croissant dough (an $18 value)
During three-hour chocolate-making classes, up to six students spend an hour learning about the chocolate-making process before trying it out firsthand. Over the following two hours, they temper chocolate and shape it into ganaches and truffles.
Tempting as it is, wearing a pair of Tschudin Chocolates' high heels on the town wouldn't be a very good idea. That's because the footwear is an example of the custom chocolate sculptures the shop regularly makes for birthdays, weddings, and other special events. Yet Tschudin's chocolatiers don't craft every treat on such a grand scale. Using their stone-ground chocolate and local ingredients such as honey and herbs, they hand-make a rotating lineup of bonbons, truffles, ganaches, and caramels. And that handmade ethos extends into their cakes and desserts as well.
Rather than hiding their techniques from the world by only working in a vault, Tschudin's chocolatiers invite guests to witness their process firsthand during classes. These behind-the-scenes peeks reveal how the team shapes its treats. Tschudin's experts even conduct chocolate-making classes for those struck with inspiration, allowing students to temper and create their own treats.