chocolate tasting The chocolate tasting station enables you to use all of your senses!

Enjoying fine chocolate is an experience like no other. The flavours are rich and complex, and there is a large variation in flavours among various chocolates. Cacao beans from different parts of the world do taste very different.

Get your taste buds ready and have a go at the chocolate tasting station! You will learn how to enjoy the full flavour profile of a single source origin piece of chocolate.


With the support of

Reso_300pxReso is 100% NZ owned and operated. Established in 1989 it is the number one source in importing leading European brands of patisserie ingredients, frozen bakery viennoiserie, bakeware accessories & consumables, small kitchen and bakery equipment for the food service and hospitality industry in New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.

Their extensive product range consists of chocolate, decorations, flavourings, colourings, frozen fruit purees, frozen breads, frozen pastries, individual desserts and much more to supply to small cafes and catering companies through to large national businesses.

Callebaut_300pxFor more than 100 years, Callebaut® has been making chocolate in the heart of Belgium and is still one of the rare chocolate makers to select, roast and grind cacao beans into its own secret and exclusive cocoa mass – the most important ingredient for chocolate couvertures. Callebaut® was established in 1850 in Belgium as a malt brewery and dairy company.

It produced its first chocolate bars in 1911 and began production of chocolate couverture for Belgian chocolatiers soon after. Callebaut® began exporting its products in 1950 to craftsmen all over the world and is part of Barry Callebaut, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-quality cocoa and chocolate.

From Bean to Chocolate