It’s Showtime!

Chocolate lovers of South Africa, rejoice – this is the event you’ve been waiting for. From beans to grounds to Fairtrade, from truffles to slabs to bars, the annual Coffee and Chocolate Expo is a delectable dream with endless opportunities to sip, sample and sigh with sheer satisfaction.

This year’s event is even more fabulous because it features a series of Chocolate Theatre Workshops hosted by Master Chocolatier, Kees Beyers and his amazing team. The Beyers Chocolate Theatre Workshops are designed to allow you to unleash your creativity while exploring and experiencing the incredible versatility of chocolate.

The Workshops will also reveal the secrets of making world-class chocolate treats, the art of tempering chocolate, and how to make chocolate decorations like an expert. The six daily workshops can accommodate only forty people at a time, so don’t miss out chocolate fans – book early.

What better way to discover the soul of chocolate than with Beyers Chocolates, where every product is crafted with expertise, innovation, and passion, using only the finest imported ingredients?

Unsure of your skills when it comes to chocolate? No worries, Kees Beyers says that anyone can learn to work with chocolate, “You don’t need special equipment or training – our workshops are designed to teach you how to whip up amazing things in your own kitchen in no time at all.”

More good news is that the Beyers Chocolates stand will be stocked with their full range of products including all the ingredients used in the demos.

Be sure to indulge your passion for all things cocoa and coffee and catch the Expo in Johannesburg from the 14th to the 17th of July, in Durban from the 29th of April to the 2nd of May, and in Cape Town from the 9th to the 11th of September. Book online at http://www.coffeechoc.co.za/.

See you there!

4 Comments

  1. Marcelle Camay

    I would love to come to the expo with my hubby and two kids where do I get the tickets.
    Marcelle

  2. Will try to be there,love chocolates.we stay in Amanzimtoti.Where is the demo of the Beyers chocolates?

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