Chocolate is a subject close to every girls' heart. Here's your chance to make it, taste it and take some home, possibly the perfect souvenir from your hen party in Bournemouth.
90 minutes intro and tasting session
Making the fillings
Dipping and decorating your creations
EATING or packaging to take home
10 Minimum Guests
We all love chocolate - white chocolate, milk chocolate or dark chocolate - a Bournemouth Chocolate Making session will make a delicious start to your hen night or birthday party.
You will all learn and practice chocolate decorating whilst making lots of delicious chocolate truffles. You will also get taught the history of chocolate and learn how to taste different qualities of chocolate. At the end of the party, the group get to take away their delicious handmade chocolates.
An experienced chocolatier will teach you how to taste chocolate, take you through the history of chocolate as well as helping you discover the art of creating some beautifully hand-crafted chocolate treats, all of which can be eaten or beautifully packaged and taken home to show off to friends and family.
You get to take home a small bag of chocolates.
Could you please let us know of any dietary requirements or allergies in advance
You can book your activity straight away via our secure online booking system, so you know you are ready to go! And don't forget, your friends can pay us direct via our event area, so you don't even need to collect payments. Book Now
Our class instructor was very good, and I have learned so much about chocolates and chocolate making. It was much more interesting than I anticipated.
By Vasanti Pau 2nd July
Freedom Ltd Hen Weekend in London
Chocoholics Dream - Truffle making
10 of us went to the Chocoholics Dream day for a Hen party. Overall very pleasant and we came away with lots of chocolate spoils! Nice intro about chocolate making, truffle techniques and lots of nice chocolate to play with. 1.)I would recommend that aprons are supplied. I DID ASK IN ADVANCE, but was told everything I needed would be supplied - no. No matter how neat you try to be, the chocolate & cocoa powder finds its way on your clothing. 2) Play more appropriate background music - sad & gloomy love songs when celebrating a pending wedding put a cloud on things. We all noticed it. 3)a little more attentiveness from our host. We didn't need babysitting, but we were left alone for long periods, tricky when supplies need replenishing, or if you had questions. Some of us would have liked to ask more about chocolate techniques and having an expert there was an opportunity.