Those visiting Seattle who enjoy immersing themselves in fine chocolate might want to take a class with Theo Chocolate. Choose between a class that will walk one through the process involved in making hand-rolled ganache truffles or salt butter toffee. At the end of the class participants will leave with ideas for how to make these treats at home along with a bag of Theo Chocolate goodies made by one's own hand. These classes are more observational than participatory, and are designed more for foodies who want to have fun making their own candy than a dire hard chef looking for a class that will make one an experienced chocolatier. Those looking for a more exclusive event for one's family, friends or coworkers can book a private class. These private Chocolate University classes can accommodate from between 8 to 20 people.
Also, one hour factory tours available during the day at a cost of $7.00 per person. In addition, one can stroll around the store and enjoy a tiny taste of their different chocolates before deciding on one's individual tastes. Those who cannot venture to the Fremont section of Seattle, can enjoy Theo classic chocolate bars available nationwide at select natural food, grocery and specialty stores, as well as online at theochocolate.com.