The History and Taste of Chocolate

Have you ever wondered about the history of chocolate? Or, do you want to learn how to truly enjoy the subtle bitter undertones of cocoa confections? Come through to Casalinga Risorante for the Celestial Gift Experiences History and Taste of Chocolate workshop this July. You get to handpick a box of truffle treats to take home, so get booking now!

What Is It?

Chocolate lovers, this one is just for you. If you have ever wanted to learn about the history of this tasty treat, or want to broaden your palette, come through to Casalinga Risorante in Muldersdrift. Brought to you by Celestial Gift Experiences, the History and Taste of Chocolate showcase is a monthly event.

Travel back in time to steamy jungles and ancient temples at the History and Taste of Chocolate event. Learn about the strange and wonderful history of everyone’s favourite treat. It’s a tale of mystery and intrigue, secret recipes and skull-duggery. Meet smugglers, pirates and the inventors who helped create chocolate as we know it today. You will circle the globe and savour chocolate experiences from Africa, Europe and Asia. Plus, as a parting gift, select your own ‘Spoil Me’ box of chocolate truffles to take home!

**Please note that booking is available to groups of no less than 10 people.

When Is It?

Saturday, 27 July 2019 at 11:00.

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Where Is It?

Casalinga Risorante, Plot 328 Rocky Ridge Road, Off Beyers Naude Drive, Rietfontein, Muldersdrift. 

How Much Is It?

Tickets cost:

10 guests: R3 200
15 guests: R4 500
20 guests: R5 600
30 guests: R7 500
For 30 or more guests: R245 per person.

Book your group tickets here.

For more information 

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Contact them on 011 957-2612 \ 3311 or via email at

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2019-07-27 00:00:00 2019-07-27 18:00:00 Africa/Johannesburg The History and Taste of Chocolate Plot 328 Rocky Ridge Road, Off Beyers Naude Drive, Rietfontein, Muldersdrift. Gauteng.
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