Like a wine tasting only tastier! A night of mouthwatering indulgence featuring scrumptious samples of the world’s finest craft chocolates along with an unforgettable chocolate-making demo led by L.A.’s top chocolate expert, Ruth Kennison. A visual, fun, high-energy event packed with fun facts and tastes of award-winning chocolate bars. Using your senses the way you would with a vintage Cabernet, you’ll learn about chocolate’s subtle flavors, the sensuous mouthfeel and also its surprising history. In addition to going home with a belly full of chocolate and some serious chocolate knowledge, each guest receives a special chocolate parting gift.
About the Artist:
If you truly love chocolate, here’s your match: Ruth Kennison is L.A.’s “bean-to-bar chocolate queen” and number-one chocolate educator according to KCRW’s Good Food, The New York Times and others. Her sold-out classes cover every aspect of the chocolate-making process, from sourcing cacao to sprinkling pixie dust on delectable bonbons. Ruth is resident chocolate diva and chocolate instructor at The Gourmandise School, and founder of the The Santa Monica Chocolate Society (yes, a real thing). She trained at The French Pastry School in Chicago and the Callebaut Chocolate Academy, and travels the world, tasting, speaking and learning about the best chocolate. She is a popular international speaker about all aspects of chocolate and a frequent judge for chocolate awards. She created The Chocolate Project to share her love of chocolate and to help people find their “chocolate palate” and become better chocolate consumers. Find her at www.chocolate-project.com @chocproject and @smchocsociety.
Age Group: Adult
Level: All levels welcome
Date: Thursday, April 28, 2022
These Hands Maker's Collective
13347 W. Washington Blvd., Unit A
Los Angeles, CA 90066
We are following the CDC guidelines and updating our policies regularly. At this point in time, proof of complete vaccination is required prior to entry. The workshop will be held indoors and you are encouraged to wear a mask. If you are having any symptoms prior to the workshop, please stay home and you will be credited for the class. Hand sanitizer will be provided.