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October 20, 2009

The Academy of Chocolate presents Clay Gordon

The new Academy of Chocolate website is not quite ready to go live, so we’re listing the next open event – coming up this Thursday – on Seventypercent.com

Clay Gordon runs US chocolate website and social network “The Chocolate Life” (the US equivalent of Seventypercent and with whom we share many members). Clay is an authority on fine chocolate in the US and author of “Discover Chocolate”.

Clay will be giving us an overview of the US chocolate scene and introduce some of the new breed of American chocolate makers – some already known in the UK, and some very new.

Info

6.30pm Thursday 22nd October 2009

The Arts Club
40 Dover Street
London
W1S 4NO

TICKETS: £20

HOW TO BOOK:

Complete the booking form below and return with a cheque to:

Academy of Chocolate, 53 Cavendish Road, London SW12 0BL

Cheques should be made payable to: ‘Academy of Chocolate’

Clay Gordon Presents to the AoC 22.10.09






 
 

 
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