Class - French Mendiants
Mendiants are in the House! Over 500 people have taken Kyya Chocolate classes and this class is the most fun we have on our schedule.
We teach you how to create single origin chocolate Mendiants in a immersive hands-on environment. With over 25 inclusions and infusions to choose from, our statisticians calculated 15,511,210,040,000,000,000,000,000 Mendiant flavor combinations are possible), every Mendiant is UNIQUE so you will be able to create one of a literally kind creations with our Award Winning Chocolate. Our mantra around Kyya is "we eat our mistakes". You will take home your Mendiants (if you don't eat them during class) at the end of class, making this a fun experience for families, small groups, work groups, scout outings, ladies groups, etc. This class is good for ages 4+. For children under 10, please have a parent accompany your child, no siblings, babysitters or nannies. You will need to purchase a ticket for each person in your party.
The Factory address is 278 North Elm Street, Springdale, Arkansas 72762. Kyya is at the intersection of Hwy 112 and Elm Springs Road. Classes are held on weekday afternoons and Saturday mornings.
Note 1: We are a working factory running 8 chocolate machines and the chocolate does vary by day. We cannot guarantee a specific chocolate for your class. We do not offer class with milk chocolate.
Note 2: You will need to purchase a ticket and click on this link to schedule your class slot for EACH person attending. You can check availability, but please book your appointment as your final step for EACH person. We do NOT take walk-ins.
PS: This class is limited to people six (6) people per class. Bring clothing you don't mind getting dirty, as you are almost guaranteed to get messy working in chocolate and most of the time IT'S COLD IN HERE.
ALLERGEN NOTICE: Kyya Chocolate is Vegan and Gluten free (with exception of our milk chocolate). We do offer Mendiant options that are both gluten and gluten-free. We do not utilize any soy. While we do not use peanuts, we do utilize almonds, cashews, hazelnuts and pecans in class.