Featured in stacks of magazines from Bride to Be and Noosa Magazine, Sunshine Chocolate Fountains are the original chocolate fountain caterers, able to cater for functions of any size with only the best mouth-watering Belgian Callebaut chocolate.
Get your skewer and load up with marshmallows, strawberries or anything that you like to dip in dark and creamy chocolate or fill a shot glass and serve alongside a plate of fruit. Your event will be a huge hit with the pink chocolate available! You can also choose from white chocolate, dark chocolate or another customised colour to suit the hue of your party.
At a recent wedding, guests were able to dip strawberries and marshmallows at their leisure, and the silhouette of the chocolate fountain made an enticing backdrop against the white table cloths and fairy lights. I am planning my own wedding at the time of writing this review and I know what will be present at my reception!
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Sunshine Chocolate Fountains are also a huge hit at children's parties. Children just adore dipping all sorts of lollies and fruits into the silky, flowing goodness.
How Does it all work?
Melted Belgian Callebaut Chocolate is installed into a health-grade-stainless steel fountain which operates electrically. This creates an overflowing liquid chocolate sensation.
It's Good for you!
Scientists claim red wine and chocolate are good for the mind and even better when consumed together. Plant chemicals abundant in dark chocolate and wines – widen blood vessels, speeding the supply of blood to the brain. So not only are you going to be a huge hit with your chocolate fountain and glass of red, you're doing wonders for your brain! How can you argue with that? (Any excuse!)
Can you believe this majestic creation will only set you back around $500? Depending on your event size, smaller gatherings will only cost you approximately $350. Jump online for prices and bookings.
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