Woodlands Schakolad Chocolate Factory and Shop Prepares for Valentine’s Day
Media Tours and Tastings Available To Observe Preparations
The Woodlands, TX—Schakolad Chocolate Factory will open its doors to members of the press to experience the excitement, frenzy and energy of preparing for the biggest three days of its year. Schakolad usually sells approximately 600 pounds of chocolate during the Valentine’s Day rush.
For 12 years, Schakolad has prepared the highest quality chocolates onsite at its Woodlands, Texas location. This family-owned factory and store uses no preservatives, waxes, paraffin or other additives and provides vegan-friendly, allergy-friendly, gluten-free and sugar-free options.
“I start thinking about the person who will receive these gifts from the moment I start cooking the chocolate,” said Veronica Kearney, owner of Schakolad Chocolate Factory in The Woodlands, which also prepares custom designs and offers private events. “My chocolate is a vehicle to spread joy, and everyone buying chocolate for Valentine’s Day is thinking about someone very special to them–I take that very seriously.”
Schakolad Chocolate Factory began preparing for the Valentine’s rush in late January, pouring ganache, dipping truffles and molding decadent treats like chocolate teddy bears, personalized chocolate bars and chocolate high-heeled shoes.
Media Tour and Tasting:
Date: Monday, February 5
Time: 10:00 a.m.
What: Taste chocolate as it’s prepared. Observe Schakolad staff hand-dipping, molding, decorating and packaging chocolates for the Valentine’s Day rush.
Location: Schakolad Chocolate Factory, 1500 Research Forest Drive, Suite 130, The Woodlands, Texas 77381
RSVP: Sarah.email@example.com or (281) 844-7701
One-on-one interviews available by request
About Schakolad: Since 2005, Schakolad Chocolate Factory has created hand-made European-style chocolates, unique molded items, sugar free chocolates, and more using the highest quality ingredients—all prepared onsite. Schakolad also offers group classes, tours, parties, summer camps and team building experiences explaining the history, process and trends in chocolate and offering a hands-on opportunity to make, mold, decorate and taste their chocolate creations.