Discover history of chocolate making during Aztec Weekend in Birmingham

Published on : Monday, November 11, 2013

download-210Visitors to Birmingham are invited to explore the origins of the cocoa bean, travelling 100 years back in time to the Aztec Jungle where they will walk through a tropical rainforest and discover the history of chocolate making during the Aztec Weekend on November 16-17.
Cadbury World’s crafts marquee will be full of activities inspired by the Aztec tribe including Aztec-style headdress making for children, while Cadbury World staff will be handing out Emperor of the Aztecs, Montezuma’s favourite chilli chocolate drink in the Chocolate Making zone.

In addition to Cadbury World’s seasonal activities visitors will also have the chance to explore a whole world of chocolatey fun, from climbing aboard the magical Cadabra ride to meeting the famous Cadbury drumming gorilla in Advertising Avenue and having a go at writing their own name in smooth liquid chocolate in the Demonstration Area.

Following Aztec Weekend, Cadbury World will be getting into the festive spirit with its popular Christmas Celebration weekends.

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