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Ganache Chocolate

Stunning chocolate sculptures for the child and child-adult.

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Our experience

Stepping inside a Ganache Chocolate boutique is like stepping inside a little chocolate bite. Everything is a deep dark velvety brown. The pervasive chocolate fragrance evokes our favourite childhood book, “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” by Roald Dahl. Like Charlie Bucket, MoMo & Coco stands at the entrance of Ganache Chocolate and simply chromes the air…hmmmmm…irresistible……

Ganache Chocolate – the frontage

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At the very last moment on the evening before Good Friday, with great persistence and determination, one part of MoMo & Coco trekked to both Ganache Chocolate boutiques to locate two of the most stunningly crafted chocolate bunny moulds that we have seen in a long time ($29 and $35 respectively). We think that those behind Ganache Chocolate may possibly give some of the up and coming Parisian chocolate sculptors, Mssrs P. Roger, J-C Rochoux, M. Chaudun, J. Genin, G. Larnicol etc, a run for their money. Beautiful, non?

Ganache Chocolate – special Easter bunny moulds

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Ganache Chocolate – special Easter bunny moulds

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Ganache Chocolate – special Easter bunny moulds

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Ganache Chocolate – special Easter bunny moulds

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Ganache Chocolate – special Easter bunny moulds

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Our verdict

Ganache Chocolate stocks a devastatingly beautiful array of miniature chocolate bites, chocolate blocks, chocolate sculptures, mousse-cakes and a small selection of macarons. To MoMo & Coco, the product that distinguishes Ganache Chocolate from other Melbourne chocolate shops has to be their chocolate sculptures (although, a special mention to their cake slices too). Apart from the seasonal creations depicted in this journal-blog post, Ganache Chocolate also offers an assortment of sculptures throughout the year. They make for a very fine centrepiece for an at-home dinner party, or for that very special child, or young-at-heart-adult. And most importantly, they taste as good as they look!

  • Dessert adventure checklist
  1. Dessert destination: Ganache Chocolate, 250 Toorak Road, South Yarra, Vic 3141; 245 Collins Street, Melbourne CBD, Vic 3000.
  2. Budget: $$-$$$.
  3. Sweet irresistibles: Chocolate.
  4. Must-eat: Chocolate sculptures.
  5. The short and sweet story: Stunning chocolate sculptures for the child and child-adult.
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