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Tuarn, the maitre at Lindt Chocolate Cafe at Martin Place. Tuarn is making some chocolate rum and raisin treats, of which all guests got to see on a recent chocolate walking tour.


Sydney, we love our chocolate - whether Australian based or imported. When I ask people as to why they come on my chocolate walking tours - the first and standard response without a doubt is simple: "I love chocolate." It helps to appreciate chocolate more, and that way every mouthful of quality chocolate consumed will satisfy those cravings for that cocoa butter treat. Indeed, that sweet treat of which we all come to know and love. Therefore, where is the best chocolate appreciation experience in Sydney? Have you participated in a chocolate cooking class? Gone to a chocolate appreciation event? Enjoyed watching a couple of chocolate cooking demonstrations with a maitre or similar? Why was such an experience enjoyable? The chocolate tastings? Learning more about chocolate? Just having some more fun?

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An interesting question indeed. Love a variety of live chocolate experiences. Running a chocolate tour can be challenging with your hands tied, yet its a really cool gig overall. Even a new chocolate tour guide I am currently training even said to me "this is a dream job." That is great. Love the chocolate demonstrations. Even just watching the chocolate dipped strawberries being made at Food Halls. The maitre at Lindt Martin Place is a people person - ever so friendly. He is great with his hands. Otherwise, apart from this experience, chocolate factory tours are fun. Get to see first hand how chocolate is made. Chocolate cooking classes would also be fun. Yes, you do get the tempering down pat after a few tries.
Coco Chocolate in Mosman is fantastic. You can attend one of their chocolate making classes and consume as much chocolate as you like during the class. At the end you get to take home a goody bag. There is nothing like getting chocolate covered from head to toe. They use organic chocolate, which is out of this world.
Coco Chocolate in Mosman is fantastic. You can attend one of their chocolate making classes and consume as much chocolate as you like during the class. At the end you get to take home a goody bag. There is nothing like getting chocolate covered from head to toe. They use organic chocolate, which is out of this world.
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