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Take a walk on the sweet side with a two hour treat tour of Sydney from Great Food Tours
Option One: Only $25 for one person (valued at $50)
Option Two: Only $45 for two people (valued at $100)
Option Three: Only $80 for four people (valued at $200)
Choose from the divine Chocolate Tour or the decadent Cupcake Tour
The Chocolate Tour takes you through tastings at six of the city’s best chocolatiers and confectioners, including Boon Chocolates, Kakawa, Bon Bon Fine Chocolate, Max Brenner, Josophans plus delicious gelato at Gelato Messina
The Cupcake Tour tempts treat-hunters with six tastings, including cupcakes from the geniuses at Cupcakes on Pitt, Lorraine's Patisserie, Mini Monet and Cupcake Bakery plus melt-in-your mouth macarons at Ladurée and colourful hard candy from Sticky
See the ‘Itinerary’ tab above for a full run-down of tour stops
Tours run Thursday through Sunday rain or shine
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Buy as many vouchers as you like – makes a delectable gift for anyone with a sweet tooth!
Great day out for a group of girlfriends, a couple or the whole family
You can check all the fine print by clicking on the 'Fine Print' button above
Offer expires on 18 October 2014 (bookings must be made by 4 October 2014)
Chocolate tours run Thursday-Sunday from 12.00pm-2.00pm, meeting on the Corner George Street and Hickson Road next to the Ken Done Gallery
Cupcake tours run Thursday-Sunday from 1.00pm-3.00pm, meeting in front of Cupcakes on Pitt, 323 Pitt street, Sydney
Strictly subject to availability and please be patient with bookings
Bookings are absolutely essential and subject to availability
Multiple vouchers may be purchased
Maximum of 20 people per tour, minimum of 6 people per tour
Please note, there is a short train ride on the tour the price of which is not included
Please wear comfortable walking shoes and clothing. Please note, tour goes ahead rain or shine
24 hour cancellation policy applies, non-attendance and late cancellation voids voucher
Itinerary is subject to change
Not valid in conjunction with any other offer and not redeemable for cash
Redemption instructions can be found on your voucher
World famous "Chocolate by the Bald Man"
Josophan’s create extraordinary fine chocolates, using Fair Trade certified chocolates and fresh flavour infusions. No preservatives, no artificial flavours, simply fresh, naturally flavoured, extraordinarily beautiful chocolates.
Bon Bon Fine Chocolate
The first Bon Bon Fine Chocolate store opened in Sydney’s harbour-side eastern suburb of Double Bay in 1982, and became known and loved as an exclusive boutique supplier of fine, imported and handmade European chocolates
The Olmec were the first civilization to cultivate cocoa beans, or Kakawa, the mystery surrounding the origins of chocolate, the 'food of the Gods, is fascinating, and the tasty results of enquiry are no where else better experienced than this amazing chocolatier
Freshness combined with the best natural ingredients and flavours is the key to chocolatier Alex Chan's amazing chocolates
'Ice cream is exquisite - what a pity it isn't illegal' Voltaire
Cupcakes on Pitt
Locally sourced ingredients in the hands of these outstanding pastry chefs perfecting the art of the cupcake with some truly innovative flavours
Macarons are the 'Parisian Cupcake', and no one does them with more panache than Ladurée, shipped straight from Paris
The intimate store features an open pastry kitchen where Lorraine Godsmark and her small team of chefs bake throughout the day creating a range of delectable tarts, cakes, and pastries
Alex and Angela Perry's passion for cupcakes has helped them become one of the most popular and delicious cupcake bakeries in Australia
Using traditional techniques transformed and updated for a modern market, the confectioners at Sticky hand-sculpt mouthwatering sugar creations in a live show which is educational, mesmerising, and just plain fun.
These scrumptious cupcakes out of The Rocks Market are made with beautiful ingredients and finished with the signature pointed frosting inspired by Monet's haystack.