White Rabbit Chocolatiers, est. 2004, is an artisan chocolate kitchen and shop, which crafts and sells its own luxury chocolate truffles, bars and novelties, using only the finest ingredients. It gets its name from a 14th century stone carving in St. Mary’s Church, Beverley, said to be the inspiration for the White Rabbit Character in ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’; but it gets its reputation from its experienced chocolatiers award-winning flavour combinations, and for allowing customers to become fully immersed in their very own Chocolate Wonderland.
The Chocolate Cafe
Why not stay a while in our beautiful new Chocolate Café, with our range of artisan drinks, light lunches and chocolate inspired cakes, bakes and desserts. Visit our website for the menu & opening times
White Rabbit also hosts regular chocolate making workshops. Awaken your inner chocolatier as you learn techniques such as how to temper chocolate, make a truffle ganache, roll and dip truffles, and finish them off with specialist decorations. Visit our website for further details and upcoming dates!
Set out from our shop on a short guided walk to find the "White Rabbit" and return to us for a tasty little reward!
Have fun and adventure, and see you later...
The numbers along the route highlight small points of interest about Beverley, taking you up to St. Mary's Church, "Home of Beverley's White Rabbit", and back via different streets.
You are aiming to find the 'Pilgrim Rabbit' carving, the fabled inspiration for Lewis Carroll's White Rabbit Character in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, and our treasured namesake.