tours + classes
Discover unroasted chocolate made in Brooklyn. At our factory in Red Hook, you’ll get to taste raw cacao from different regions and compare how flavors vary across the world. From there, see what transforms raw cacao to the silky smooth texture of our bars. End the tour by savoring all of our signature craft bars, now knowing what makes our flavors so bold.
Price: $10 (min 4 people, max 16)
Dates: 45-minutes tours, Tuesdays at 5pm, Thursdays at 7pm, Saturdays at 12pmBook now
Learn how to turn raw beans into bars. After a tour of our factory in Red Hook, you’ll taste raw cacao from different regions and compare how the flavors vary across the world. You’ll also get to load our stone grinders with raw ingredients and pour your own bars into molds. At the end of the class, you'll have a bespoke, hand-crafted bar, and will know how to make more!
Price: $50 (min 4 people, max 12)
Dates: 2-hour classes, Saturdays at 2pmBook now
Classes are full through April 2015!
Stay tuned for Sunday classes in the new year, book a Saturday class for the spring, or write firstname.lastname@example.org to be put on the waitlist.
Introduce your students to the magic of chocolate-making with a private factory tour for school classes. Your students will taste chocolate at every stage and discover how raw cacao is turned into chocolate. They’ll learn what happens before the cacao even reaches our factory and why it’s such an important commodity and will, of course, get to taste chocolate in its final form.
Our team will work with you to build a curriculum specific to your students' needs, from the history of cacao and the science of cocoa composition to the economics of raw cacao and what it means to be fair trade. We want everyone to understand the value in knowing where food comes from and the people that make it all happen!
Price: For groups of 15 or fewer: $150 (min 8 students) | For groups of 16 or more: $10/student, $5/chaperone, $10/additional adult (max 30 students) | Teacher admission is free
Note: 1 chaperone is required for every 10 students under the age of 12
Dates: Wednesdays and Fridays at 11amContact us