Join us at The Domes for a fun, interactive workshop!
Friends of the Domes and Tabal Chocolate bring you an organic, ethically-sourced chocolate taste-and-make workshop.
In this workshop, you’ll learn about Tabal’s bean-to-bar process from owner and chocolate-maker Dan Bieser.
We’ll grind real cacao beans to make a chocolate drink, taste the differences between chocolates from around the world, and sample many of Tabal’s unique flavors. Then we’ll travel to the tropics and visit our Domes’ Cacao Tree – the true provider of delicious chocolate!
“We are committed to creating a healthier, more flavorful and socially just chocolate than conventional chocolate.” Dan Bieser
Location: Mitchell Park Domes, Education Center
Pre-registration is required.
Cost: Includes entrance to the Domes. Members $36, general admission $42
Cost includes all materials. Bring cash if you wish to purchase additional chocolate bars after class.
This workshop is a part of the Friends of the Domes adult workshop series. Youth 12-15 are welcome with an adult supervisor.
FOD Media/Photo Release Policy: Photos and other media taken during the class may be used for marketing purposes. By purchasing a workshop registration, you are consenting to this policy. Please email if we may not use photos in our marketing efforts.
FOD Adult Education Workshops Cancellation and Refund Policy: Registrants may cancel workshop registrations up to one week in advance of the workshop and receive a refund for the price excluding all Eventbrite fees. No other refunds will be given.