The High Roller in Las Vegas to Offer Holiday Chocolate Tasting Experience


High Roller Chocolate Experience
Photo by The High Roller Las Vegas

Las VegasHigh Roller, located in the LINQ Promenade, is “decking the sky with holiday chocolates” this winter as the world’s tallest observation wheel offers an in-cabin tasting experience with Ethel M Chocolates, from November 3 to December 29, 2016.

During the 30 minute rotation guests will rise 550 feet in the air with an Ethel M chocolatier ambassador onboard to lead the tasting and teach participants about the origins of chocolate, how each piece was made, its aroma, taste and texture.


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Some of the seasonal holiday flavors will include milk chocolate pecan caramel rapture, milk chocolate pecan pie, white chocolate pumpkin spice, dark chocolate lemon satin crème and white chocolate peppermint silk.

Guests should arrive at the Groups/Charters Entrance of the High Roller, where they will receive a voucher for a complimentary glass of wine redeemable in the Sky Lounge prior to boarding.

Tastings are available every Thursday from 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., with the final experience departing for the sky at 8:00 p.m. Standard admission pricing is $52 per person, though private cabins for the Chocolate Tasting Experience, accommodating up to 15 guests, are available as well.

Reservations may be made in advance or guests can update their current general admission tickets. To make a reservation or find out more information, call 702-322-0593 or visit

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