The world’s largest chocolate fountain in Switzerland was recently unveiled at the launch event of a new Lindt shop, and guess what! The event was attended by iconic tennis champion Roger Federer. By Amitha Ameen

 

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A chocolate fountain in Switzerland was recently unveiled at the Lindt Home of Chocolate in Zurich. Said to be the world’s largest chocolate fountain, the fountain is 30 feet tall and features 1,500 litres of real and rich chocolate that seems to be pouring down into a giant Lindor.

The Lindt Home of Chocolate in Zurich, sprawling over 65,000 square feet in size, houses the world’s largest Lindt chocolate shop and a Chocolateria along with the striking new chocolate fountain. The huge home of chocolate holds a Lindt shop, museum and a factory too in its premises.

 

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The Lindt Home of Excellence opened to the public on September 13 and was attended by Lindt ambassador and Swiss tennis player Roger Federer. The whole sculpture weighs around three tonnes and involved an in-depth planning and design process. The chocolate flows through the fountain at a quick speed.

Visitors who arrive at the Lindt Home of Excellence will have all of their chocolate dreams come true — similar to a scene straight from the movie Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory. Guests can enjoy chocolate exhibitions that will educate them on the origins of cocoa beans, history of production, and chocolate’s cultural standing and legacy.

 

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Additionally, guests can also make their own chocolate masterpiece at the Chocolateria and, of course, stock up on their favourite chocolates from Lindt’s largest shop in the world.

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