With so many delicious vendors exhibiting and selling their wares, it was hard to know where to start at the second Indulge Coffee and Chocolate Expo. As the crowds began to enter just past 10.00am, I went with the flow and let my nose direct me to the booths. From cold pressed coffee, to cocktails, to cupcakes, hot coffee, rhubarb chocolate, ice cream and pastry delights. The Canberra Convention Centre has never smelled better.
A cute little cocoa cupcake from Crafted 3.
Team Frugii offering tastes of ice cream delights.
Latorta demonstrating how to make flavoured chocolate bars, and gold dusted chocolate truffles.
Brownies galore, and a couple of delicious pies for a take home Saturday lunch (chicken and bacon, & beef and shiraz) from Morish Morsels.
Mr Scroll and his delectable range of flavoured scrolls. Wow, the line up was long!
The folks from Ricococo’s and their amazing chocolate tea. I bought a box which comes with DIY tea bags. Put in as little or as much as you like, and the tea is wonderfully chocolate tasting. Not too bitter or sweet just on its own.
Too early for a cocktail? Nah, Suke Suke has you sorted.
Tea Garden and their range of premium teas, as the expo is more than just coffee and chocolate.
Finally, a sign at the children’s Wonka zone, which made me chuckle.
I hope this expo is held at the Canberra Convention Centre again next year. Entry price for an online ticket purchased prior to the event was only $11, or $15 for a ticket bought at the door. Kids under 12 were free.