Visit the cooks in the historic kitchens to discover the wonders of one of Baroque Britain's most fashionable ingredients from the New World - chocolate!
Two centuries before artisan chocolate became a thing, and when the only way of making chocolate was from 'bean to bar', join our history cooks to find out the the tips and tricks used during the reign of Queen Anne.
Discover how to turn exotic, central American chocolate beans into hot drinks and desserts, and learn why the bar of chocolate wasn't produced until over one hundred years later.
You can even try your hand at making chocolate the Baroque way!
This event takes place in Henry VIII's Kitchens.