Choose from Three Options
- $49 for a chocolate-making experience for one ($85 value)
- $97 for a chocolate-making experience for two ($170 value)
- $170 for a chocolate-making experience for four ($340 value)<p>
Students sip champagne and eat chocolate and strawberries while learning how to make chocolate mousse, chocolate-covered bacon, chocolate truffles, and cocoa rubs. Students get to eat what they make and get a chocolate mold to take home. They also get to taste-test different types of chocolate, from Hershey’s to Valrhona and Callebaut.<p>
JD Rothschild Gourmet Chocolate
Since 1986, JD Rothschild Gourmet Chocolate has warmed bellies with its instant, all-natural hot chocolates. The company's decadent blends greet lips with familiar flavors, such as premium chocolate and hot chocolate with mini marshmallows, plus a few unorthodox ones, such as candy cane, salted caramel, and malted. The blends, which are packaged in decorative, reusable tins, are simple to prepare: customers just need to add hot water and stir, counter-clockwise if they're Australian.
JD Rothschild Gourmet Chocolate's chocolatiers also lead chocolate-making classes, which introduce students to different types of chocolate, including Valrhona and Callebaut. The classes go on to teach participants how to whip up a chocolate mousse, craft fine truffles, and create tasty cocoa rubs.