The Scottish Chocolate Centre Celebrating Fine
Scotland's first dedicated to
chocolate visitor centre, free entry,
where you can learn about the wondrous ways of turning cocoa into
the most sought after and adored of all confections,
the gourmet chocolate shop is popular with locals and visitors
to the area.
A short introductory video of
the Scottish Chocolate Centre. See and hear what it is
all about! (1 mins and 42 secs).
There are multiple video screens, running
continually, tell the story of chocolate from how
cocoa is grown, harvested, fermented, and processed to chocolate
sculpting, a trip to the Caribbean showing cocoa plantations and a
tiny, pioneering chocolate production co-operative in Grenada. It
also covers chocolate production in Iain Burnett's specialized
The Scottish Chocolate Centre features a special
chocolate kitchen where you can pre-book a tour.
There are a variety of exhibits and pictorial displays and an area
showcasing a range of chocolate wedding cakes, chocolate sculptures
and delicate wedding favours made by Iain Burnett and his
The full complement of Iain's chocolates
are available in a retail area next to the Scottish
Chocolate Centre and feature his new, elegant red and gold
packaging. Products range from a delicate "butterfly box" of two
chocolate favours to grand presentation boxes reminiscent of
vintage cigar boxes, containing 48 truffles and pralines.
Alternatively customers can pick and choose their own selection or,
when further afield, order online at highlandchocolatier.com.
The Scottish Chocolate Centre is part of Legends of Grandtully
along with the Coffee House and retail showrooms.