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Specially created for adults and children above 3 years old, Harriston DIY Workshops are a fun introduction to the art of chocolate making packed with discovery, hands-on experience, and of course, tasting and bringing home your very own handmade chocolates.
To provide your kids a more educational experience, we will also be showing them a tour around our “Chocolate Museum”! We will give them a short history of chocolates, show them some cocoa trees, how they process chocolates, as well as show them how our chefs make chocolate in our production kitchen.
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Educational Workshop Activities
A fun experience for you to get hands-on in the process of tempering chocolate at the right temperature, coating chocolate moulds, moulding & unmoulding chocolates.
You learn how to pour melted chocolate into the tray or use a piping bag to achieve the desired shapes. The process includes inserting sticks into the chocolate mixture & removing chocolate after it has hardened.
You learn about the process of coating biscuits by dipping into melted chocolate & decorating it with chocolate paint (melted chocolate mixture with coloured cocoa butter) & sprinkles.
Moulding Harris, the Orang Utan
You learn to make fun & tasty chocolate in the shape of Harris, an adorable Orang Utan, which you can bring home as a treat for yourself or a personalised gift for your friends!
Each session includes the whole tour and workshop. Each workshop will last between one hour and a half to 2 hours.
Upon check-out select your time slot (between 10am and 2pm or between 2pm and 6pm). The organizer will get in touch on the exact start time of your workshop.
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