German Grand Prix 2011

We’re in Germany, home of the current runaway leader, Vettel. Can he be stopped?

Monaco Grand Prix 2011

The big one, Monaco. Little chance of overtaking, but always exciting. Pole is all important

Spanish Grand Prix 2011

Here we are properly in Europe with the title competition beginning to hot up, assuming Vettel doesn’t just run away with it all. Plenty of time for upgrades and surprises though in what’s looking like a pretty exciting season in development

Turkish Grand Prix 2011

Here we are in Istanbul Park, with Vettel on pole already and both Duffy and I late making calls for the race. It was picking by email this time – post qualifying on a gentleman’s agreement. Duffy’s turn for first choice with Vettel, Martin taking a gamble on Hamilton being the one to catch him, ..

Malaysia Grand Prix 2011

Second race of the season and the big question is how the new Pirelli tyres will perform in hot temperatures – from the cool of Melbourne to the extreme of Kuala Lumpur, one of the hottest tracks of the season. Heat is not the only issue though, this could be the first race of the ..

Amano chocolates collection Well moulded, capped off smoothly on the bottoms Firm ganache Local cream, enrobing matches filling Dos Rios Palet D’Or About 5 seconds in the full flavour of Amano’s Dos Rios hits the tongue, delicate rose water, lavender, a hint of mint, then the cream comes in, warming up the flavours with a ..

The Chocolate Journey: taste workshop – 22 Jan 2011

The Chocolate Journey: taste workshop – 22 Jan 2011

The Chocolate Journey is our new series of tasting events bringing a whole new approach to the art of chocolate appreciation.

Our day course will awaken your chocolate senses and give you a whole new approach to chocolate

The Chocolate Knowledge – 1 Dec 2010

The Chocolate Knowledge – 1 Dec 2010

The Chocolate Knowledge will introduce you to five fine chocolate brands – famous or new, large or artisan.

Well explore each chocolate maker’s style and taste a small sampling of each of their ranges

The Chocolate Knowledge – 13 Oct 2010

The Chocolate Knowledge – 13 Oct 2010

The Chocolate Knowledge will introduce you to five fine chocolate brands – famous or new, large or artisan.

Well explore each chocolate maker’s style and taste a small sampling of each of their ranges

The Chocolate Journey – taste workshop – 18 Sept 2010

The Chocolate Journey – taste workshop – 18 Sept 2010

The Chocolate Journey is our new series of tasting events bringing a whole new approach to the art of chocolate appreciation.

Our day course will awaken your chocolate senses and give you a whole new approach to chocolate

The Chocolate Journey – taste workshop – 23 Oct 2010

The Chocolate Journey – taste workshop – 23 Oct 2010

The Chocolate Journey is our new series of tasting events bringing a whole new approach to the art of chocolate appreciation.

Our day course will awaken your chocolate senses and give you a whole new approach to chocolate

Taste of Chocolate workshop – 16 March

Taste of Chocolate workshop – 16 March

A new series of events that bring an innovative approach to the art of chocolate tasting.

With games and taste experiments these courses will awaken your chocolate senses and set you on your way to becoming a chocolate connoisseur

Taste of Chocolate workshop – Brighton, 21 March

Taste of Chocolate workshop – Brighton, 21 March

A new series of events that bring an innovative approach to the art of chocolate tasting.

With games and taste experiments these courses will awaken your chocolate senses and set you on your way to becoming a chocolate connoisseur

The Connoisseurs Club – advanced tasting session 20 April 2010

The Connoisseurs Club – advanced tasting session 20 April 2010

Our new series of fine chocolate appreciation sessions for more advanced chocolate enthusiasts. Meet fellow enthusiasts, reviewers and guests as we sample new and interesting chocolate, production samples or bring your own for a group review.

This month’s hot topics include a round up of new US micro-batch producers and ‘has Green & Black’s 70% got better?’