What Chocolate do you use for a Chocolate Fountain? Without exception, the finest chocolate for a chocolate fountain is Couverture. You’ll find it is a superior grade that melts very easily at a low temperature which means the sugar it contains won’t burn. You also do not get chunks in the chocolate because the machine melts it perfectly, keeping the fountain flowing in a silky and alluring manner. You can adjust the temperature to taste and set the fountain up anywhere. The gorgeous stainless-steel look and three tiers make it perfect for home parties and business functions alike.
All in all, chocolate fountains are still really impressive. The famous truffle retailer Lindt launched the Lindt Home of Chocolate, the world’s largest chocolate museum, in Zurich in September this year. They installed the world’s largest chocolate fountain this massive piece weighs three tons, while the fountain flows at one litre per second, that means it requires 93 meters of pipes inside the fountain area to flow.
Now that would ROCK MY TASTEBUDS!