Choose from Three Options
- $39 for a chocolate-bar-making class for two ($78 value)
For 1.5–2 hours, professional chocolatier leads classes that include handmade ganaches, caramels, and fillings, helping students create their own custom chocolate bars
- $49 for a kids’ Lily Pad chocolate and cake-pop class for two ($98 value)
Kids 6–11 spend 2 hours learning how to make and decorate cake pops as well as how to make chocolate frogs and chocolate-caramel turtles.
- $139 for a three-hour chocolate-sculpture class for two ($250 value)
In-house chocolate artist guides guests through the process or designing and creating their own take-home chocolate sculpture, complete with colored cocoa butter and chocolate flowers.
Joliesse Chocolates is where candy meets imagination. Founder Grace Lapsys was inspired by her global travels and her own childhood spent in the Phillipines where, she says, "eating 'tsokolate' was a way of life." Today, she crafts chocolate truffles marked by nuanced, inventive flavors and draws on her film and TV experience to create the photogenic little spheres. The Brigitte Bardot, for instance, pairs dark chocolate with Grand Marnier and orange confit. The Lena Horne: white chocolate with rosemary and pinot noir. The Audrey Hepburn? Milk chocolate, Hawaiian sea salt, and caramel. Then there are Joliesse's limited-edition confections.