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IN PERSON - Chocolate Tasting + Painting

  • April 02, 2023
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • 1601 W. Alabama at Mandell, Houston TX 77006
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  • Member Registration +$10 supply fee
  • Non-member registration fee is an additional $10.00 per day +10 supply fee


IN PERSON - Chocolate Tasting + Painting

Katie Steck

Sunday midday

11:30am to 1:30pm

$40 Members/ $50 Non-Members

 In this special class, you will be tasting six different types of artisan chocolate and using watercolor as a way to represent what you taste in each of the samples.

Like coffee or wine, cacao beans have a unique flavor depending on where they are grown, how they are fermented, roasted, and ground into the delicious treat we call chocolate. In this workshop you will learn how chocolate is made, its connection with art,  taste six different artisan chocolate samples, and get to explore the taste through painting the flavor(s) you notice. Exploring the flavors in this way can help you notice more subtle flavor profiles of your food experience and remember them better afterwards.

The class is planned as follows:

1. Welcome

2. The connection between art and chocolate

3. Primer on how artisan chocolate is made

4. Sample chocolate bars and paint the flavors

5. Conclude

See student reviews HERE.

Level: Novice, Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced.

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For most watercolor classes at WAS-H, participants bring their own paint supplies (e.g. watercolor paint, paper, brushes, rag, and a water dish). If you are new to watercolor, we have some community paint you may use, or you may also contact the instructor in advance to order your own personal kit ($15) you can take home.



Chocolate samples will be provided as part of the class.

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