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The Taste Causeway Chocolate Experience

The Chocolate Manor, 3 Main Street, Castlerock, County Londonderry, BT51 4RA
Handmade chocolates in the foreground with a jar of Mussenden Sea Salt in the background

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The Chocolate Manor have been a founding member of Taste Causeway and in their Taste Causeway Experience, you will be introduced to an exclusive selection of local artisan products and learn how to pair them with the finest chocolate.

You will handcraft a delectable collection of chocolate truffles and during each Taste Causeway experience Chief Chocolatier Geri Martin will guide you through making ganaches with the stunning selection of local artisan products.

The Chocolate Manor will introduce you to:
Causeway Coffee, locally roasted award-winning coffee blends, which they incorporate into a fabulous coffee milk truffle;
Dundarave Estate, who produce the finest range of jams and chutneys on their stunning estate just a stone's throw from the Giant's Causeway. Their County Antrim apple orchard also inspired Geri to create a toffee apple truffle;
Broighter Gold Rapeseed Oil, multi-award-winning oil, with the oilseed grown and bottled just fifteen miles from the workshop. The Chocolate Manor have crafted an amazing dark chocolate and chilli truffle using their stunning chilli oil;
Mussenden Sea Salt – harvested off Castlerock Beach, just a few steps outside Chocolate Manor, this Atlantic sea salt is the perfect ingredient for the salted caramel truffle;
Bushmills Whiskey – for over 400 years, this iconic whiskey has been produced just along the Causeway Coastal Route. The Chocolate Manor are delighted to have partnered with the Old Bushmills Distillery to develop a recipe for the ultimate whiskey truffle.

For a full list of all The Chocolate Manor's events go to https://thechocolatemanor.com/experiences/calendar/

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Season (17 Dec 2022)
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Saturday19:00 - 21:30

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