La Carambole makes the most amazing chocolate bonbons and there you can learn all about them at a chocolate tasting session. They’re the kind of bonbons you want to stuff in your face one after the other, and with so many flavours it never gets boring.
Once you’ve paid, you can eat as much chocolate as you like! This chocolate isn’t just your plain old run-of-the-mill chocolate, either. They use cocoa from around the world, and only cocoa that is in season, so you could have four different varieties in one bonbon.
Organic ingredients are used wherever possible, including spices and fruit, and there’s certainly a lot of flavour packed into each little bonbon. Everything is limited edition because the team are constantly coming up with new flavours like sea buckthorn caramel and speculoos.
You’d be hard-pushed to find a combination that isn’t original, and they use the most unusual ingredients, such as curry powder, Ras el Hanout, paprika and black sesame.
There are two types of tasting sessions. The cheapest is €55 per person and it includes a tasting session with a chocolate expert, who is on hand to help guests understand how the flavours are balanced. On top of the chocolate tasting, you get to see how the chocolate is made, which is an unmissable experience.
At €90 per person, the second option is significantly more expensive. However, in addition to the experiences included in the other workshop, you can make your own chocolate bars and some bonbons with Rita together. It is a hands-on experience and you take your self-made bars and bonbons with you home.
Both of these options include bottomless chocolate truffles and bottomless tea, coffee and water. Plus, if you’re looking for a way to celebrate a birthday, you can book a bonbon-making workshop, or contact the team via the website to arrange a custom-made experience.