Virtual Craft Chocolate Tasting for Children and Young People
“A combination of history, palate busting flavour, and humour. You will never look, or taste, chocolate the same way again!”
It’s important to help young people develop their palate, by exploring and discovering flavours. The world of craft chocolate is so diverse, there are amazing flavours to experience, but it’s also a world steeped in history and driven by fascinating science.
If you’re looking for something to keep your young people occupied in the school holidays, where they can learn about the amazing world of chocolate, and where they can taste some amazing flavours, then we have just the thing! We’ve hosted sessions for over 1000 young chocolate lovers, and we’d love to meet even more!
The content of our sessions is aimed at children aged 7-12, but we can flexible in what we cover, and there’s something in there for everyone! We strongly encourage the whole family to get involved, to share in the experience!
How does it work?
Register your interest by completing the form below, and we’ll get in touch with some more information and how to book a place and order a tasting kit.
You can also order our special craft chocolate tasting kit here. We have curated a collection of high quality craft chocolate which will help us tell stories about history and science, and let young people explore exciting new flavours.
We’ll send you the joining instructions for our 1 hour Zoom session closer to the time. Participants just need to sit comfortably in front of a device, with their tasting kit, a glass of water, and some paper and pens.
We have 3 sessions coming up this half term. Each is an introduction to the science, geography, history and (importantly) the flavours of craft chocolate. We’re very lucky this year to have support from Chelsea Physic Garden in developing our learning resources.
You can book into any 1 of these 3 sessions:
2.30pm Tuesday June 1st
2.30pm Wednesday June 2nd
2.30pm Thursday June 3rd
Later in the summer, we’ll be hosting a 3 day short course, exploring some of the different subjects within the chocolate world. For anyone who completes this course, we’ll send a certificate which shows how much of a craft chocolate expert they’ve become!
Register your interest, and help us plan some amazing content by completing the form below:
Other Family-Friendly Offerings
Other than these planned events, we also have lots of other gifts and activities for families and young people. We’d love for more young people to get involved in the craft chocolate revolution!
We have a whole host of chocolates, recipes, and kits available for family-friendly activities at home. Why not look at our chocolate making kits? We offer kits for making your own chocolate bars at home, and even chocolate lollies!
Or learn some amazing baking recipes using the world’s best craft chocolate here.
We also love to host chocolate tasting sessions for kids’ birthday parties! If you’re thinking of planning something amazing for a young person’s special day, then read more about our birthday party offerings here.
We will be tasting one bar that contains gluten as part of the Science of Chocolate tasting. All other bars do not contain gluten, but are made in factories that handle gluten.
Each kit contains bars that contain dairy. We will make it clear during each session when we come to bars that contain dairy.
Depending on interest, we hope to be able to continue to provide children’s sessions moving forward.
We’re keen to hear about what content parents and children would want to hear more about too.
Each kit is suitable for 1-2 children.
Younger children may benefit from having an adult nearby during the sessions to help support them, in order to get the most out of the interactive technology.
Our sessions for children take place via private Zoom webinars. We control who joins the session and any problematic individuals will be removed as we go.
We will only show the faces of the presenters. All other participants will not be visible.
No. We do not record sessions.
Each session is planned for an hour, but there may be some time for questions/discussion at the end too.