Rush in for the great­est chocolate treats

Sunday Herald Sun - Escape - - Holidays For Seniors Feature -

GIVE your­self a treat and head to the Chocolate Rush fes­ti­val on Au­gust 8 and 9.

This year’s chocolate fes­ti­val is big­ger than ever in its new spa­cious home at the Mel­bourne Show­grounds, all un­der cover.

With ev­ery­thing from chocolate classes and demon­stra­tions to chocolate wrestling on of­fer, there is some­thing to tempt ev­ery chocolate lover’s taste­buds.

Chocolate Rush is a cel­e­bra­tion of all things chocolate.

Two-hour Hands on Chocolate classes teach you how to make ev­ery­thing from chocolate gar­nishes through to truf­fles.

Learn from the mas­ters as in­ter­na­tional guests share their unique skills and tal­ents in Mas­ter­class ses­sions.

This is a rare op­por­tu­nity to see chocolate leg­ends Chris­tian Cam­prini from France and Koji Fu­jita from Ja­pan in action.

Be sure to catch the guest chefs and cho­co­latiers as they share their favourite chocolate recipes for you to make at home in the Mas­ters at Work se­ries.

Watch Kirsten Tib­balls from Savour Chocolate School in the Chocolate Mar­ket.

Match wine and chocolate with Mon­sieur Truffe and Camp­bells Wines, or take a trip in the World of Chocolate tast­ing class with one of Mel­bourne’s great food leg­ends, Al­lan Cam­pion.

Take a stroll through the Chocolate Mar­ket: With more than 40 chocolate, food and wine pro­duc­ers, choco­holics will be spoilt for choice.

More: For pro­gram de­tails and ticket sales visit www.choco­laterush.com.au.

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