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The Chocolate and Coffee Show - weekend of indulgence

The Chocolate and Coffee Show 2016

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15th June 2016

The Chocolate and Coffee Show - Auckland's weekend of indulgence!

The Chocolate and Coffee Show will take place at The Cloud, on Auckland's waterfront Father's Day weekend, 3rd and 4th September 2016.

From boutique chocolatiers and artisan coffee roasters to the bigger brands that you know and love, The Chocolate and Coffee Show is a must attend event for those who love to indulge.

Meet the people who create world-class chocolate and coffee as they showcase their talents and proudly offer their products, made with skill, care and passion.

Chocolate in all its forms will be presented for your pleasure – including drinking chocolate, cooking chocolate, handmade truffles, cupcakes, sauces, gateaux, chocolate dipped fruit, chocolate bars and many other temptations.

Coffee from all over the world is roasted and blended in New Zealand by artisan coffee roasters. They will share their knowledge and products for you to enjoy. See and try the latest espresso machines, bean grinders, coffee cups, plungers, and pots – equipment and accessories to suit all styles and budgets.

Local culinary professionals Nadia Lim, Brett McGregor and Ganesh Khedekar will work their delicious magic in the Bite Demonstration Kitchen.

You’ll be able to get advice from the experts, pick up helpful tips and go home with the inspiration to create something special in your own kitchen.

For an extra special treat, step inside the VIP Lounge to relax, indulge and refresh. Each VIP ticketholder will receive a goodie bag and all day entry to the lounge where special shows, music, food, drinks and more will be on offer.

The weekend promises to inspire, inform and delight with plenty to buy and try.


Tickets are on-sale now at www.eventfinda.co.nz.

Visit and 'like' our Facebook page for updates, news, giveaways and more at:https://www.facebook.com/chocolateandcoffeeshow/


What: The Chocolate and Coffee Show
Where: The Cloud, Queens Wharf, 99 Quay Street, Auckland
When: Saturday 3rd September -- Sunday 4th September 2016
Time: 10am-5pm, both days.
Ticket information:

VIP Lounge: $50.00

General Admission - Adult: $20.00

General Admission - Student: $15.00

General Admission - Child : $15.00


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