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January 30, 2010

Meet the chocolate maker – Art Pollard of Amano

£30 per person, 7.30pm-9.30pm, Thurs 11 Feb 2010
The Scotch Malt Whisky Society,
London Members’ Rooms, 19 Greville Street, London, EC1N 8SQ
Art Pollard in a cacao plantation

Art Pollard in a cacao plantation

Art Pollard of Amano

In a specially arranged last minute event, Art Pollard – the chocolate maker behind award winning US chocolate maker Amano – will be our featured guest at our February tasting.

Art will explain the philosophy of this new US chocolate maker, and will tell us how Amano went from kitchen samples to leading fine chocolate maker in just three years.

Amano already make one of the widest ranges of origin bars, and Art will take us through sampling their growing range of dark and milk chocolate and tell us about the sources of Amano’s cacao.

As usual, we’ll finish off with an optional dram of whisky with matching chocolate, or you can just stay around and chat with fellow chocolate enthusiasts.

Limited places are available for this short-notice event, so book your tickets soon. Price includes a free bar of Amano dark or milk chocolate to take away, worth £8.

Info

Book your tickets through PayPal – no account needed, all major cards accepted.

 

7.30pm-9.30pm, Thurs 11 Feb 2010
The Scotch Malt Whisky Society
London Members’ Rooms
19 Greville Street
London
EC1N 8SQ






 
 

 
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