A chocolate school, and guess where? Switzerland

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You can go to chocolate-making school at the Chocolaterie Rapp in Prangins, between Geneva and Lausanne, even if you don’t want to be a professional chocolatier.

The introductory course lasts one hour and a half and consists of:

  • visit of chocolate school
  • presentation and history of chocolate
  • introduction to chocolate making
  • chocolate tasting and drink at the chocolate school
  • issue of a tasting diploma from the Compagnie des fins becs, a Swiss gourmet tasting society

Classes are given on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, and on reservation only.

Price: 15 CHF per person, with a minimum of 10 people per class.

The school can be visited on Saturday for 25 CHF per head.

The full course lasts 5 hours, and consists of:

  • visit of chocolate school
  • presentation and history of chocolate
  • handling of chocolate
  • chocolate moulding and tempering, depending on the season
  • chocolate desserts
  • praline and truffles
  • chocolate tasting and drink at the chocolate school
  • issue of a Chocolate Know-How diploma and notebook of recipes

Price: 160 CHF per person.

Unfortunately, all classes are fully booked until the end of August 2011. September dates will be announced soon.

If you want classes in English, please request well ahead of time.

For more information, call (41) (0)22 361 92 12 or contact the school by e-mail at  rapp-confiserie@bluewin.ch.


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