Those who have a penchant for chocolate and relaxation are in for a treat as chocolate manufacturer Cadbury will open a one-day-only spa in London’s Soho on May 5. The free event aspires to promote the newest member of the chocolate family.
The Cadbury Dairy Milk Medley Lounge will appear on Bateman Street. Those who have tickets are entitled to have massages as well as a Cadbury Dairy Milk Medley-inspired manicure session. The best part is that while being pampered, guests can enjoy the newest Cadbury chocolate variants – Nut & Raspberry Medley and Fudge Medley. The company revealed what’s in store for those who’ll be able to secure tickets via YPlan.
“The Lounge is the ultimate pampering experience for Cadbury lovers, it communicates the joyful and luxurious experience that comes from tasting the delicious soft centre and quality ingredients of Cadbury Dairy Milk Medley.”
Cadbury is confident that guests will leave the lounge rejuvenated.
“The Cadbury Dairy Milk Medley Lounge will offer a host of beauty treatments inspired by the experience of tasting the exciting new textures and flavours of the bars, you’ll feel more pampered than a panda in a petting-zoo.”
Cadbury is known for surprising its supporters. Last January, the same location also experienced the Crème Egg pop-up café that lasted for seven weeks. Diners were able to try unique dishes made from the infamous sweet. One example was the Crème Egg toasties – two bread slices with a Crème Egg in between. After getting their dose of sugar, guests were given the opportunity to play in the ball pit that was built exclusively for the café.
Recently, Cadbury also made sure to greet Queen Elizabeth on her 90th birthday by coming up with a majestic chocolate creation. Chocolatiers Jenny Malenoir and Gail Deeley from Cadbury World in Birmingham came up with a chocolate palace that took them four days to make.
The iconic creation comes with its own impressive gates and even chocolate soldiers. To make the creation look livelier, edible gold and silver luster were used. In a statement issued to Mirror, Dianne Mitchell, sales and marketing manager of Cadbury World, expressed their joy for creating a piece that honored Her Majesty.
“The Queen turning 90 is an incredible cause for celebration, so we’ve marked the occasion in the best way we know how – by recreating her home with chocolate! Our royal creations have historically been some of our most popular chocolatier projects, so we thought this was the perfect occasion to create a tribute to The Queen herself.”
It wasn’t the first time the company constructed a masterpiece for the royal family. In 2013, they made a chocolate cot to commemorate Prince George’s birth. When his sister Princess Charlotte was born, Cadbury also made a chocolate pram.
For those who can’t make it to the opening of the Cadbury pop-up spa, there are other chocolate spas that may be visited. These facilities are fortunately opened yearlong.
For $405, one can avail a Chocolate Escape Package at Hotel Hershey’s The Spa. The package, which lasts for nearly four hours, features the hotel’s signature Whipped Cocoa Bath, Chocolate Bean Polish or Chocolate Sugar Scrub, Chocolate Fondue Wrap, and a Cocoa Massage.
The Yunesson Spa Resort in Hakone, Japan, is another facility that allows guests to bathe not only in chocolate, but also in other remarkable liquids such as coffee, green tea, and red wine.
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