Max Brenner will cover absolutely anything you want in chocolate for World Chocolate Day

  • Chris Singh
  • July 5, 2017
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Ubiquitous chocolate heaven Max Brenner is doing things a little differently come this year’s World Chocolate Day on Friday 7th July, offering chocolate-lovers the chance to get (almost) anything they want drizzled in the brand’s signature melted chocolate for free. Yeah, that means anything: avo on toast, a burger, a person, your old Sisqo CD’s, anything.

Animals and “forbidden items” (we assume they mean hard drugs) are of course off-limits, but pretty much everything else is on the table. This is the first time Max Brenner have done such a thing, opening their doors for a drizzle free-for-all that’s pretty much guaranteed to fill Instagram feeds across Australia for days, even months, to come. There’s even a free chocolate feast to win from hashtagging #MAXBRENNERAUS.

“The chocolate drizzle has been a huge part of the company since its inception, it’s Max’s way of sharing his love of chocolate with all guests”, said GM Yael Kaminski. “Many of our signature dishes feature it, and the Max Brenner logo itself is one continuous chocolate drizzle”.

Max Brenner are also marking the occasion by expanding their already enormous chocolate menu, introducing two seasonal treats: The Baller, which is creamy vanilla ice cream with crunchy crispy caramelised pecans, cornflakes, and gooey salted caramel wrapped in layers of crepes and served with sweet strawberries and a chocolate lick. And The Hazelnut Hot Chocolate, a nutty blend of creamy coco and smooth hints of hazelnut served in a signature Hug Mug.

Pro tip: they’re doing people as well, so take your boss.

Max Brenner have 41 chocolate bars operating around Australia (and they just opened one in Milton, which will also be serving up free hot chocolates on Friday) and the “drizzle to the max” offering will be available at all of them. For all locations click HERE.

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Chris Singh

Chris Singh is an Editor-At-Large at the AU review, loves writing about travel and hospitality, and is partial to a perfectly textured octopus. You can reach him on Instagram: @chrisdsingh.