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November 15, 2012

Slow Chocolate: taste workshop – 28 January 2013

£100 per person, 11.00am-4.30pm, Monday 28 Jan 2013
9 Adam Street, London WC2N 6AA
Slow Chocolate with chocolate © Sofie Delauw

‘Slow Chocolate’ is whole new approach to eating chocolate and the the art of chocolate appreciation.

Fine chocolate is fast becoming as sophisticated as wine, yet we are conditioned to eat chocolate as a sweet snack with little chance of noticing its finer points.

‘Slow Chocolate’ will help to unravel all those years of chocolate snacking by working through each of our chocolate senses one by one.

Rather than tell you what chocolate you should like, ‘Slow Chocolate’ gives you the tools to start you on your own journey towards becoming a chocolate connoisseur.

Through our courses and workshops we explore the gastronomic senses with a series of interactive modules, awakening and educating our palates along the way.

Day course – A workshop of the senses

D7K_9643Our six hour day course is suitable for beginners and connoisseurs alike. Using fun and engaging games and taste experiments we will awaken your chocolate senses. Our superb modern London venue will put you in the right mood and help us take you on a journey of the senses.

Connoisseur steps

We’ll show you the important steps you need to understand chocolate and to eat it correctly. Most of us eat chocolate in completely the wrong way, which is fine if your eating candy of chocolate confectionery, but not really suitable for the new world of fine and origin chocolate. You’ve paid a lot for your origin plantation chocolate, don’t waste that hard earned cash – get the most out of your chocolate by learning a whole new way to taste.

You will come away with a new view on the true taste of chocolate and with simple steps you can use at any time to quickly tell a good chocolate from a bad one. By the end of the day you will be well on the way to becoming a connoisseur.

Includes a light lunch that will keep your palate clean, and refreshments. For your own benefit and that of fellow workshop members, avoid wearing strong perfumes or aftershaves. It is also best to have a light breakfast without strong flavours.

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Booking

Book your tickets through PayPal – no account needed, all major cards accepted. Bookings made through Micrograde.com Ltd, our holding company.

Gift certificates: If you are buying tickets for a gift or present, you can download a printable certificate here. Proof of purchase required.

£100 per person


Location

11.00am-4.30pm, Monday 28 Jan 2013
Adam Street Club
9 Adam St
London
WC2N 6AA
UK

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For enquiries email us at events@seventypercent.com or call 0870 446 0770.






 
 

 
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One Comment


  1. rahul soni

    how much amount of flavour can be added while making of choclate



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