Visit the home of Scotland's most awarded chocolatier. Discover the best Dark & White Truffles in The World (International Chocolate Awards) & sample the range of unique, handmade chocolates - like nothing you've tasted before!
Explore this unique 4 Star tourist attraction – artisan gourmet chocolates by award-winning Master Chocolatier Iain Burnett.
Experience the unique flavour combinations and incredible texture of the international award-winning Velvet Truffles as Iain introduces you to the world of artisan gourmet truffles. In this audio-guided gourmet chocolate tasting flight of five chocolates, you will learn about the difference between gourmet chocolate and others, what makes São Tomé cocoa so special, how Iain chooses his ingredients, and how to identify the amazing flavour profiles in each chocolate. A truly unique and memorable experience!
Audio-guided Tastings £17
To avoid disappointment, it is highly recommended to book tables and Chocolate Tastings online at: www.HighlandChocolatier.com/book
For groups over 12 people, please book by phone.
The Chocolate Lounge
Chocolate Lounge offers a menu of cakes, small savoury snacks and drinks - all with an emphasis on chocolate, of course! Try the award-winning hot chocolate - Best in Europe - as well as a selection of coffees made by our highly-trained, dedicated and friendly barista team who will make your visit a memorable one. Indulge in a delicious range of cakes & goodies, including gluten free options & sample Iain's famous Velvet Truffles - Best in the World at the International Chocolate Awards (twice!).
The Chocolate Shop & Gift Showroom
Round off the perfect day out and choose your perfect selection of Iain’s award-winning chocolates from the mesmorising chocolate cabinet. Browse the magical gift showroom - an Aladdin's Cave of greetings cards, gifts, games, jewellery, fashion and homewares.
The Chocolate Exhibition
The Chocolate Exhibition is a small, free multi-media exhibition that adds knowledge and experience to your visit. Visitors take a journey through chocolate history, cocoa processing methods and little known facts about chocolate. Learn more about the distinct difference between gourmet and mass produced chocolate. There is an opportunity to watch dedicated chocolatiers in action most weekdays while in production, through a large glass viewing window.
From the nearest information centre:- We are 5 miles from the Tourist Information Centre in Aberfeldy and 9 miles from the Tourist Information Centre in Pitlochry
Arriving by car:- We are a 5 minute drive from the A9 at Ballinluig, situated on the A827 on route to Aberfeldy
Arriving by bus:- Stagecoach service 23 between Perth and Aberfeldy stops just outside our front door
Arriving by train:- 9 miles from Pitlochry train station