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Artisan du chocolat notting hill
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chocolatero
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June 1, 2009 - 2:58 pm
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Hi
long time, no post. We are finally opening our shop in notting hill (81 Westbourne grove to be precise) on Friday June 5th.
Come and try our cocoa pulp and cupuacu pulp juices as well as our chocolate summer cocktails based on chocolate or cacao pulp, sit under our 4m wide panoramic plantation light whilst listening to sounds of the rainforest and tucking into some chocolates, fondants, ice creams etc etc.

we are very excited!!!
Artisan du chocolat team

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Domenico
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June 4, 2009 - 11:58 pm
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Should be amazing!
How and from where do you get the cacao and cupuacu pulp?
I suppose it arrives congelated but does it really keep quality?
All the best for your endeavour.

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pictures?

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thanks
Pictures are on our main webpage http://www.artisanduchocolat.com
sorry not sure how to upload them here.
Pulp arrives frozen and is kept frozen. I think most people who tasted fresh pulp think it loose some quality when frozen but it is the only option we have and it is already very nice.

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Congratulations. I live in Canada but I have followed "Artisanduchocolat" for some time now. Hopefully I will make it to your part of the world soon! For now I will look at the website!! I am always looking for inspiration and ideas for my own shop. I have been wholesaling and doing corporate orders and this fall we will move into our own retail location.
http://www.epiphaniechocolate.com
Deb.

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