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824 S Wabash Ave., Chicago

$75 for a Chocolate-Making Class at Canady Le Chocolatier ($200 Value)

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Highlights

Classes of five to seven learn to craft artisan chocolates under direction of owner Michael Canady

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JoyceTOP REVIEWER
16 ratings8 reviews
February 14, 2018
Chocolates were wonderful. You really appreciate the amount of work that goes into making good chocolates.
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JasonTOP REVIEWER
47 ratings13 reviews
February 14, 2018
Loved the chocolate making class. Thanks again for offering the class, but my wife and I completely enjoyed the class and all of the chocolates we made.
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JodyTOP REVIEWER
18 ratings11 reviews
February 14, 2018
The class was very informative and fun. The chocolates were exceptionly good.
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chantil
5 ratings2 reviews
February 14, 2018
Thank you so much for a wonderful experience! I can stop bragging to my friends and family back home :)
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KevinTOP REVIEWER
64 ratings38 reviews
February 14, 2018
Thank you Michael for sharing with the four of us your incredible talent. Your chocolates are truly the best in the world!
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Donna
2 ratings1 reviews
February 13, 2018
Michael your a great instructor with good patience. I would like to thank you for your expertise and enthusiasm In teaching chocolate. I have take your class twice enjoyed and learned so much each time. You have such A vast knowledge of the industry and product. You have further inspired me to go forward and open a small retail space in my hometown. Maybe someday, you could come visit my shop. Hoping to open Spring, 2012 in River Forest, Illinois River Forest Chocolates
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MaryTOP REVIEWER
44 ratings9 reviews
February 13, 2018
We, three sibs, had one of the most enjoyable afternoons we could recall.
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SusanTOP REVIEWER
11 ratings10 reviews
February 16, 2018
the only negative comment I had was it would've been better to print the recipes up for us, then explain them to us, otherwise i really enjoyed the hands on experience and walked away with my new candy and new knowledge. Would definately like to take another class.
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What You'll Get

Explorers arriving in the new world searched relentlessly for gold and chocolate, but disappointed monarchs when returning with sacks full of fool’s gold and raisins. End the centuries-old search with today’s Groupon: for $75, you get a three-hour Divine Art of Chocolate Making class at Canady Le Chocolatier (a $200 value). This Groupon is only valid for redemption at the South Wabash Avenue location. Classes are offered at 6 p.m. every day except Wednesday, with additional classes on Saturday and Sunday at 8 a.m. This Groupon is valid through May 17 and makes a great holiday gift.

Led by owner Michael Canady, a class of five to seven chocolatiers in training dive into the course, learning the skills of modern chocolate production as well as how to recognize and harvest it in the wild. After a discussion on techniques and a tasting, students get hands-on experience in the class kitchen by tempering traditional choco-sweets such as cream-filled delights and custom assortments. Rich dark-, milk-, and white-chocolate techniques zoom into students’ brains during the lesson, augmented by such sweet topics as covering orange slices, coating coffee, and slathering high-school diplomas with chocolate. After the course, students take home creations, giving friends and family members the chance to taste treats as decadent as a chocolate-covered model of Versailles.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires May 16, 2012. Amount paid never expires. May buy multiple. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Canady Le Chocolatier

Rich dark, milk, and white chocolates filled with ganaches, soft caramel, and fondant lie nestled inside Canady Le Chocolatier's gift boxes, and their hand-made thai parchment paper wrapping—imprinted with an orchid and soft-green leaf design—ensures that eager fingers unwrap the decadent chocolates with care. Once they're free of their delicate packaging, truffles and bonbons prepared for special occasions, such as holidays and gourmet food fights, flood mouths with creaminess.

Those who are too eager to wait for the treats to emerge from their wrappings can venture into the shop, where owner Michael Canady whisks together his own gelato with fresh fruit and natural ingredients and griddles a selection of sweet and savory crêpes. Canady even teaches people how to replicate his confections at home during hands-on classes for small groups.