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3 Things to Do at the Lindt Chocolate Shop

3 Things to Do at the Lindt Chocolate Shop

Make the most of your trip to any Lindt Chocolate Shop.

Did you Know?
The Lindt Chocolate Shop traces its roots to 1845, the year Lindt was founded in Switzerland. At the time, chocolate was tough stuff – literally unpliable. But by the late 19th century, Rodolphe and Auguste Lindt, sons of a pharmacist from Bern, pioneered a technique of mixing chocolate to create meltingly fine confectionery. Over the decades, the Lindt Maîtres Chocolatiers have developed and refined their techniques, focusing on quality ingredients, flavour richness and sustainable sourcing practices. You’ll see just how far their efforts have come at any Lindt Chocolate Shop.

1. Check out the Maître Chocolatier Station

At the marble counter of the Maître Chocolatier Station (in select shops), streams of rich molten chocolate flow out of chrome, goose-necked taps. Fresh stemmed strawberries are hand-dipped into a copper pot, resurfacing with dark, shiny shells. Make your own custom bar (just pick out your favourite flavours), or order a hot drink made with Lindt – think decadent hot chocolate or a frothy mocha topped with curls of chocolate shavings.

Maître Chocolatier Station

2. Find Holiday Must-haves and Gifts

Along with the classics – from rows of Lindt Excellence bars to pick-and-mix bins overflowing with flavours of Lindor truffles – the Lindt Chocolate Shop carries a revolving selection of seasonal favourites. Find sweet treats for Christmas, Halloween, Valentine’s Day and Easter (including exquisite Easter eggs and the iconic Gold Bunny).

Lindt Excellence bars

3. Ask an Expert

Apart from the wide selection on the shelves, there’s the broad expertise of the staff. They’re always ready to share chocolate tips and recommendations, so whether you’re baking, tasting or need a special gift, don’t be shy to ask a savvy staff member for help.

Ask an expert