Enter for a chance to win a Chocolate High Tea Party for five people at Gânache Chocolate in South Yarra, Melbourne.
The Chocolate High Tea features a range of delicious savoury treats and a wide selection of sweet cakes, patisserie items and chocolates with the option of having a chocolate cocktail. A vegetarian and gluten free menu is also available.
Begin your culinary experience with the popular toasted sourdough sandwiches with a variety of tempting fillings including pulled pork with cheese, and their delicious quiches.
You will be treated to their most popular patisseries, the Brownie Mousse Slice and the Hazelnut Fan Slice. Followed by a selection of macarons, are the milk chocolate covered honeycomb sticks and their famous individual chocolates: champagne truffles, caramel gânache chocolate domes, chai infused milk chocolates and Figaro hazelnut pralines filled with slivered roasted almonds, pistachios, and Amarena cherries.
Each high tea includes a hot or cold beverage with the option of adding in a chocolate cocktail. The cocktail menu includes: Raspberry Bliss, Le Blanc Café, Chocolate Cointreau Deluxe, Gânache’s Espresso Martini and The Urban Cocktail.
All the chocolates and cakes are made in the Gânache South Yarra Chocolate Kitchen by the talented team of chocolatiers, led by Master Chocolatier, Arno Backes.
Chocolate High Tea is available at Gânache Chocolate, 250 Toorak Road, South Yarra everyday between 12noon and 5pm.
Learn more about the Chocolate High Tea menu here>>
About the Prize:
Chocolate High Tea with a Chocolate Cocktail at Gânache Chocolate South Yarra for five people.
How To Enter:
To win you need to answer the question: When is the Chocolate High Tea served at Gânache Chocolate?
The winner will be selected by random and will need to have answered the question correctly.
The competition closes 25th of March 2017, 5pm AEDST.
The winner will be announced on High Tea Society on the 28th of March 2017.
Full Terms and Conditions are available on the link from the entry page.
Congratulations to the winner Milly Palmer.