The Dutch Travel advisor now offers its clients three opportunities to have a chocolate experience in the form a workshop: one in Holland and two in Belgium.
In Holland, the workshop will take place at ‘Royal’ Patisserie Chocolatery Vermeer, a well-known Patisserie Chocolatery in the bulb-growing region and far beyond. When entering the patisserie, the delicious pastries, chocolates, wedding cakes, desserts and savory specialties immediately draw your attention. The owner Robin Peereboom himself is a Dutch Pastry Champion and he even came second at the World Pastry Championship.
In Belgium we offer this workshop both in Brussels and in Bruges.
In Brussels, we can arrange a private workshop chocolate praline making at famous chocolatier Neuhaus. Neuhaus is a notable Belgian chocolatier which manufactures and sells luxury chocolates, chocolate truffles, biscuits and ice cream. The company was founded in 1857 by Jean Neuhaus, a Swiss immigrant, who opened the first store in the Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert in central Brussels. In 1912, his grandson, Jean Neuhaus II, invented the chocolate praline, a decadent chocolate cream ganache center inside a chocolate shell, the original filled chocolate. Today, Neuhaus has over 1,500 selling points in 50 countries.
In Bruges, the private workshop chocolate praline making and tasting takes place at the Chocolate Museum. The museum is composed of three parts, telling the story of the origin and evolution of chocolate through a unique collection of almost a thousand objects. Besides the history, the museum also reveals how chocolate is made, with special attention for the variety of raw ingredients and the development of the production process.
Contact us if you wish to book the Brussels Culinary Walk or a Chocolate Workshop in Holland or Belgium.