Iain Burnett The Highland Chocolatier

Iain Burnett The Highland Chocolatier
Scottish Chocolate Centre, Grandtully, Pitlochry, Perth and Kinross, PH9 0PL
  • Telephone 01887 840775
  • Opening times Mon–Sun 10am–5pm.
  • Seasonal times Jan–Feb: Mon–Sun 11am–4pm.
  • Email
  • Website www.highlandchocolatier.com
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Iain Burnett The Highland Chocolatier

Iain Burnett Highland Chocolatier is an award winning visitor attraction – Visit Scotland 4 Star. Step into the home of the World's Best Truffles – voted for by experts, judged best out of 1000s of chocolates from over 40 different countries at the International Chocolate Awards. Taste the world famous Velvet Truffles, experience what it takes to become a Master Chocolatier, discover the origins and process of making gourmet chocolate and shop in the beautifully presented chocolate shop with an outstanding range of products. There is also a gift shop, stocking quirky, creative and elegant giftware, as well as the new Chocolate Lounge, where you can enjoy an audio-guided tour of the chocolate exhibition and a guided Velvet Truffle tasting flight. Larger groups are welcome, but must phone in advance to book.

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  • Provides: Wheelchair access, Free wi-fi
  • Open since: 2011 (Scottish Chocolate Centre)

Reviews & features

The Perthshire chocolatiers supplying the high-profile chefs

15 Nov 2013

Two Scottish chocolate makers with very different approaches

By chance they’re based just a few miles apart and they founded their businesses at almost exactly the same time around 2005. But the paths of Perthshire’s finest chocolatiers Charlotte Flower and Iain Burnett rarely cross. ‘It’s funny, we only seem to…

Local Scottish artisan chocolatiers

17 Sep 2010

Cocoa Black, The Chocolate Tree, Oban Chocolate Co and more

Cocoa beans may not grow in Scotland, but the last decade has seen small, artisan chocolate makers spring up across the country. In this survey we take a particular look at examples of local influences in the ranges on offer.

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