- When: Saturday
- Time: 10am
- Duration: 2 hours
- Meeting place: Laurent Boulangerie Patisserie
- Chocolate Tasting Summary: Laurent Boulangerie Patisserie (morning tea and tasting session), Chokolait and Haigh’s Chocolates.
Discover treasures in Melbourne’s lanes and arcades, learn about the history and making of chocolate, participate in a tasting session of various chocolates from around the world!
Note: itinerary may be changed without notice – read moreSome of the places may be temporarily closed for private functions, for renovations or may close down, which are things beyond our control. If there are changes to the meeting place, we always contact our chocoholics. However, we may not have enough time to contact all the tour participants about changes to other tour stops. We do apologise for any inconvenience. If you have specific preferences, please contact us to check your itinerary before the tour date
Start a global chocolate adventure with a beautiful French morning tea at Laurent Boulangerie Patisserie. Here we commence our chocolate tasting journey. We start with the growing and making of chocolate, followed by tastings of the cacao nib, bean and then we have fine chocolates from around the world.
Our chocolate journey continues at Chokolait, in The Hub Arcade, where we have a hot chocolate shot made with Belgian chocolate. Delicious!
We now wander through The Block Arcade, home to Haigh’s Chocolates, an Australian chocolate family dynasty established in 1915. At Haigh’s we taste unique chocolates and learn about the company’s history, while soaking up the atmosphere of the most elegant arcade in Melbourne.
Tour inclusions: All tastings, special offers, Chocoholic Tours bag and morning tea (beverage and cake)
Price: $39 per person
Tour Size: The maximum number is 20 participants (individuals and groups are welcome).
What To Take & Wear: Comfortable shoes, umbrella and bottle of water.
Note: Tours occur throughout the year, in all weather conditions.
Meeting Time: 9.55am (for a 10am start)
Meeting Point: Laurent, 306 Little Collins Street (corner of Little Collins Street and The Causeway, between Swanston and Elizabeth Streets). Meet upstairs (the stairs are near the main door);
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