"Invention is 93% perspiration, 6% electricity, 4% evaporation and 2% butterscotch ripple." Yes, we know that makes 105% but Willy Wonka said it so who are we to argue? Speaking of the eccentric chocolatier, we wouldn't be at all surprised if he had a hand in the creation of the Chocolate Fountain, as it looks like something you might find in his enchanted factory.
The spectacular Chocolate Fountain really does flow with lashings of warm liquid chocolate. Simply fill it up, turn it on and watch in wonder. Once you've recovered from the shock of seeing those mesmerising curtains of choccy you can get busy dipping your delicacies. Strawberries are stupendous, fudge is fantabulous and marshmallows are magnificent (forgive the alliteration - we're feeling wonderfully Wonka-esque). But the truth is pretty much anything you can shove on a stick tastes amazing when it's covered in warm, gooey chocolate.
So how does the idiot-proof Chocolate Fountain work, then? We'd love to tell you that a team of Oompa Loompas has been crammed inside but we know you're not that gullible. Besides, we've looked. Basically the chocolate is heated in the basin and carried to the top of the fountain via a rotating internal shaft, multiply by two for the double fountain! This eliminates the usual blockages associated with pumps - something Mr Wonka could've done with when Augustus Gloop got greedy.
Better still the Fountains feature an all-new superior flowing action for ultra-consistent curtains of choc.
This beautifully built structure is perfect for parties and sweet-toothed soirees. And you can imagine the commotion it causes when guests clap eyes on it - think Golden Ticket holders gawping at the Chocolate Room and you're halfway there.
The Chocolate Fountain is so extraordinary we wouldn't be surprised if it sold out faster than a heap of WonkaBars during a Golden Ticket promotion, so we suggest you get ordering now. Altogether now: "Come with me, and you'll be, in a world of..."
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