Private Chocolate-Tasting Events

Photo by Spencer Selvidge

Photo by Spencer Selvidge

Let’s have a chocolate party! For the chocolate lover in all of us, I offer private tasting events in NYC and the surrounding areas. Join me for discussion, comparison and banter as I lead your group through an hour and a half of pure chocolatey goodness.  

These events are perfect for company team-building, holiday parties, and more.

The best part: I come to you! I’ll bring the chocolate and any pairings, and you can relax, taste, and enjoy.

Here are a few of my most popular options, but I’m happy to tailor something to fit your needs.

Chocolate 101

Guided 1.5-hour tasting of 5 delicious high-end chocolates. Learn how chocolate is made, discover the fascinating and sometimes hilarious stories of these small companies, and compare and contrast the chocolates the way you would a fine wine.

Includes: Tasters of 5 craft chocolates, hot or cold cacao tea, palate cleansers (bread, crackers, green apples), individual handouts and placemats

Minimum Number of People: 15


Chocolate Pairing Event

Guided 1.5-hour tasting of 5 delicious high-end chocolates paired with a specialty food option of your choice (see below). Learn how chocolate and the accompanying food are made, discover the stories behind the small companies, and enjoy pairings as you sit back and relax.

Includes: Tasters of 5 craft chocolates, tasters of 5 accompanying foods, palate cleansers (bread, crackers, green apples), hot or cold cacao tea, individual handouts and placemats

Pairing Options: Tea, coffee, bread, cheese, fortified wine, beer, or spirits

Minimum Number of People: 15

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“Megan Giller can talk about chocolate, chocolate makers, and chocolate processes for hours, and it’s completely fascinating. She has a keen understanding of how to describe everything about chocolate as well as how to keep the discussion engaging, and is the perfect person to lead an expert or a novice through a chocolate tasting.”

— Ethan Lercher, Director of Events, Bryant Park

“Megan not only shares her extensive knowledge but also introduces us to a fantastic array of craft chocolate which always lead the group into the most interesting and passionate conversations. The growing bean-to-bar movement is fascinating and this is the most delicious way to learn about it!”

— Genevieve Leloup

“A great evening! Interesting bars I would never find on my own paired with witty banter and new [chocolate-loving] friends. What could be better?”

— Kim Wilson, Cocoa Future

“What a fun evening! Filled with laughter and the opportunity to taste rare new release chocolate. Perhaps the most interesting part was hearing the stories about the chocolate makers. ”

— Barbie Van Horn