Word renowned Harrods food hall is celebrating 150 years of chocolate making by adding a opulent new chocolat hall to its collection. After 4 years of renovation this state of the art is ready to welcome guests and it has something even more indulgent in store.
Harrods has been a top destination amongst the food aficionados, thanks to its finest gastronomic offering from all around the globe. From freshly-baked pastries, finest seasonal produce, wines to on site dining in store Harrods food halls offers almost everything.
Harrods’ first confectionery counter is a whole experience in itself not just a shopping destination. The new chocolate hall is perfect place whether you are a chocolate connoisseur or simply looking to treat yourself or broaden the knowledge in this field. The hall will hosts some of the most exclusive and respected chocolatiers in the world, including Pierre Marcolini, William Curley and To’ak.
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As you shop you will be able to join in live demonstrations from Harrods’ in-house chocolatiers and watch them in action as they hand make and bring the most evocative chocolate craftsmanship to life. At the cornerstone of chocolate production at Harrods is the commitment towards responsible sourcing and welfare standards.
Chocolate is nothing new to Harrods, in fact it began creating its own range of chocolate during the early 19th century. Harrod’s famous Gold Bar which has been made using the exact same recipe over the last 20 years, along with other delicious spread of chocolates will be on offer.
The stand out
Most exclusive and one of the most expensive chocolate bars in the world, To’ak will be available at the new confectionery counter. A single 50g bar of To’ak’s Guayasamin Art Series chocolate in the new look Chocolate Hall at Harrods will cost as much as £350.
Made using strictly rare Nacional cacao beans, To’ak is known to elevate the dark chocolate experience and push boundaries. Made using only 2 ingredients organic cacao and organic sugar, chocolate making is treated the same way winemakers or distillers approach their spirits. To’ak bars go through an additional unique barrel aging processes, no two vatch are the exact same. Presented in a box by Ecuadorian artist Oswaldo Guayasamin, perfect to pair it with your prized liquor.