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When I recently wanted to blog about a Amsterdam-based bean-to-bar chocolate maker I realized that I never properly introduced 'bean-to-bar' on my own blog.
Now I finally made a brief drawing to roughly illustrate the process from tree to chocolate with a focus on the flavor developing steps (which is: fermentation, roasting, conching). Hard to hide my science background I guess... ;)
On my …Continue
Added by Sweet matter physicist on July 24, 2014 at 3:30am — No Comments
Amsterdam is not only an extremely pretty city. It also offers some great options for chocolate lovers and its chocolate scene was growing fast during the last few years, so I now list the best Amsterdam chocolate locations on my blog. There are many very decent chocolatiers and some really excellent ones. There is a fantastic chocolate bar shop specialized in high quality single origin chocolates.…Continue
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One of the most popular hot drinks at the High Tea Szalón is “Mámor Koko Samoa Chocolate Tea”. We have been serving this innovative new "tea" to Australians for three years now and finally we’d like to reveal…Continue
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Chocolate presented as gifts develops an emotional connection between people. One can find chocolates in various forms,…Continue
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Get your fresh hot chocolate recipe on Mondays! Courtesy of The Chocolate Tourist.
I may not be Irish, but I can still appreciate a country that brings us Guinness, sheep farmers and Chris O’Dowd. And Saint Patrick’s Day is for everyone, right? Today we raise a glass to himself, full of chocolate and touched with Irish cream.Continue
Added by The Chocolate Tourist on March 17, 2014 at 1:29pm — No Comments
Wine and chocolate, anyone? In today's tour, The Chocolate Tourist producer Leanne Westphal invites you to brave the rain and taste Kollar's red wine truffles, milk chocolate ganache, and dark chocolate with Grand Marnier.
It doesn't hurt that Chef Kollar himself came out to offer a sample! What service.
Read more onThe Chocolate Tourist…Continue
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I plan on buying pre-made truffle shells for my truffles. I'm not sure which ones to get since everyone I talk to has different brands.
What do you guys think about Chocoduc truffle shells?
Also, I seen Keller, Callebaut, and Pastry 1 (Paris Gourment brand) ----> any thoughts on these as well?
Is there really a difference and does it matter which one to get? Do people typically focus just on…Continue
Added by John E on December 19, 2013 at 10:30pm — No Comments
I have a website, blog, and Facebook page that is primarily about chocolate molds and making custom chocolate molds - The Chocolate Mold Factory. I started this in 2007 and have been researching chocolate molds since. I have taken CAD/CAM/CNC courses and have seen the use of 3d printers. I have also taken some professional chocolatier courses.
I am looking to connect with people who are interested in chocolatiering and using/making professional molds. I am also looking…Continue
Added by Christina Durta on October 30, 2013 at 1:00am — No Comments
Thank you for being part of my chocolate world. It has been almost four years since Exotic Chocolate Tasting was launched. Many of you have been with me since the beginning appreciating chocolate in a whole new way. Just like you, I have evolved, too. With each experience I've been blessed with new insights that I can't wait to share with you.
This year has brought many changes to Exotic Chocolate Tasting. No longer focused on public events, most of my chocolate and wine pairings…
Added by Roxanne Browning on October 28, 2013 at 2:00pm — No Comments
The Chocolate Tree in Edinburgh is a little chocolate cafe which sells its own beautiful handmade chocolate. Young Perspective is a newspaper entirely written for and run by young people.
The two organisations have come together to bring you the chance to win beautiful bars of chocolate tree chocolate here : …
Added by Young Perspective on October 5, 2013 at 8:04am — No Comments
We are in our last days of a Kickstarter Project in hopes of getting funded. We have such a passion for what we are doing and a grand vision of education, fun and support of our local economy and creating amazing confections with honey as a sweetener.
For those of you who are not familiar with Kickstarter it is a crowd funding site...if you don't meet your goal you get nothing..all…Continue
Added by Linda Crawford on August 26, 2013 at 7:14am — No Comments
For pinoychocophiles the highlight of the WOFEX 2013 is the exhibit and booth of Malagos Chocolate! Philippines' first dark chocolate with an origin from Malagos, Davao City, Philippines. That's from tree-to-bar (grown and processed in the country),…Continue
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The average chocolate consumption per person in the UK every year is 11 kilograms, which actually makes the country the joint highest chocolate lover with the Swiss. In fact, 90% of all adults in the UK admit to eating chocolate regularly, but why? Chocolate offers one of the most luxury indulgences for a price that everybody can afford. As this is the case, sales…Continue
Added by Peter Barker on August 1, 2013 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Having fun in the kitchen. Getting cakes decorated to meet the courier deadline just before Christmas- not stressful at all!
Added by Sharon Grimshaw on February 25, 2013 at 3:19am — No Comments
I recently revamped my website. I turned it into a chocolate blog where I share information about chocolate recipes, reviews, and pretty much anything about chocolate. It is going to be exciting because it gives me an excuse to eat more chocolate and expand my palette as I sample chocolate from all around the world. As of this post, there is not much there because I just started, but there will be more to come.…
Added by Maria on January 22, 2013 at 11:19pm — No Comments
I would like to share this blog post:
Below were questions asked to me by Zy of The Filipino Lifestyle, I like to share my answers here. Hobbyist in Focus: Pete Rahon was the title of the article. Excerpts were culled from my answers below.
1. How did…
Added by Pinoy Chocophile on September 23, 2012 at 10:08am — No Comments
I definitely like and love chocolates.
And I find this quote chocolicious:
There are four basic food groups: milk chocolate, dark chocolate, white chocolate, and chocolate truffles.
and more here -…Continue
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