Greenest City Taste & Tour: November 1st

Greenest City Taste & Tour: November 1st

Regular price $35.00 Sale

We are happy to open up our doors to the community to learn more about the wonderful world of chocolate food! This facility tour will give you a sense of how we manifest our creative learning community through sharing in the story of cacao and environmental work in the land.

Our lead Taste & Tour animator is on the board of Greenest City, a small and mighty food and environmental organization centred in Parkdale. 

We will be donating all ticket sales of this special event to Greenest City!

When: 6:30 - 9:00pm

A special menu of locally-grown and seasonal food bites will be available, alongside our classic dark chocolate bites and drinks tasting board.

In addition to the behind-the-scenes tour of our chocolate factory, participants will be invited to roll up their sleeves and get their hands dirty harvesting some Kakai pumpkin seeds, with bonus pumpkins to take home to carve or turn into mumpkin flower pots!

About Greenest City: We connect deeply with our community, where 30% of community members are low-income.  We centre our work around growing food together, sharing food together, connecting to each other and the land - essential environmental issues and solutions are foremost in our work.

Cost: $35/ person

What's included: 

  • Full tasting of our offerings— drinking chocolate, eating chocolate,  local sustainable savoury item, and Jaguar chocolates
  • 45-minutes tour of our facility. You will hear more about our history, values, and goals in our work and how we are putting them into practice daily.
  • Tour will focus on ChocoSol's Ecological initiative and green roof!
  • Plenty of time to ask questions and have discussions around cacao, ecology, sustainability, and cradle-to-cradle systems, to start.
  • Special 15% discount on all ChocoSol products 

Please note:

- Due to HACCP certification guidelines, certain limitations may restrict full access to certain areas.
- ChocoSol is unfortunately not a wheelchair accessible space and tours are conducted in English.