Chocolate Week isn’t just about eating, you can also take part in some events too. Here are five fun activities taking place.
Chocolate Ecstasy Tours
Chocolate Ecstasy Tours will be hosting a Chocolate and Cocktail evening at new bar Longitude, at Le Meridien Piccadilly on Thursday 14th October 7-9pm.
Tickets are £45 per person, including chocolate tasting, two full cocktails and five half-size, light tapas and goody bag.
For further details on other chocolate tours visit:
There’s a different activity to try each day throughout chocolate week. Including Blindfolded Chocolate Tasting and Chocolate and Wine Tasting.
For further details visit:
Pemberton’s Victorian Chocolate Farm Wales
Pemberton’s Victorian Chocolate Farm, Carmarthenshire will be offering chocolate tastings throughout Chocolate Week. The chocolate tours are running Monday to Friday 11am 1pm and 3pm daily and admission prices are £4.50 (adults), £4.00 (concessions) and £3.50 (children).
For further details visit: www.welshchocolatefarm.com
La Maison du Chocolat
To celebrate the upcoming Chocolate Week, from 11th to 17th October 2010, La Maison du Chocolat is organising a series of sampling and tasting sessions at both the Piccadilly and Harrods stores.
For further details visit www.lamaisonduchocolat.co.uk
Chocolate Unwrapped is a dedicated chocolate show taking place at Vinopolis on 16th & 17th October. Also included at the event are over 30 exhibitors, top chocolatiers, chocolate companies and producers. You even get to immerse yourself in a decadent feast of chocolate.
Saturday 16th October: 11am-7pm and Sunday17th October: 11am-5pm
Vinopolis, Stoney Street, Borough, London, SE1 9BU
For further details visit www.chocolateunwrapped.co.uk