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Level 1 Chocolate Tasting Certificate – Vancouver

Level 1 Tasting Course in Vancouver, 28 September 2014, our first in Canada

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Level 1 Chocolate Tasting Certificate – Hannover

Book for our first Level 1 Tasting Course in Germany, 15 September 2014 (in English)

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Chocolate Tasting Certificate

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Latest reviews

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  3. Friis-Holm – Chuno Double Turned Alex Rast, 3 Dec 2012
  4. Friis-Holm – Chuno Triple Turned Alex Rast, 18 Nov 2012
  5. Chapon – Chuao Alex Rast, 18 Nov 2012

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Friis Holm – Indio Rojo 70

Chocolate made by Bonnat for Friis Holm, using Indio Rojo cacao from the Xoco Gourmet project in Honduras.
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The passion behind Seventy%

Martin Christy, Sevent%’s editor and founder, is one of the world’s leading bean-to-bar chocolate experts. Ten years ago Martin founded the one of the first websites to specialise in fine chocolate. Now he tells the story o...
by Susana Cárdenas Overstall
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Fresco – 217 (Chuao 70%)

Fresco makes small batches of dark chocolate, changing the formula between bars (the roast and conche levels are marked on the package).
by George Gensler
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Hoja Verde Ecuador 72%

Hoja Verde – Ecuador 72%

Hoja Verde prides itself on its Fino Arriba cacao beans, grown on small plantations that focus on conservation, and on its locally-made organic chocolate, made for them by Ecuadorian private-label producer TuliCorp.
by George Gensler
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Trinitario cacao, Ecuador

The rediscovery of cacao

Discover a journey from cacao to finished chocolate bar, with Susana Cárdenas.
by Susana Cárdenas Overstall
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