The Ultimate Chocolate Experience – was
£245 - Now: £69.95
1 x course and 12 x gifts for only £69.95.
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“A wonderful gift for yourself or perfect as a truly indulgent present!”
1 x 2 hour Hands-on Chocolate Making Workshop
Chocolate Workshops are a beautiful blend of fun and education and last between 2 and 2.5 hours. You will then be guided through the art of making delicious Belgian truffles by hand using raw chocolate ingredients. You will mix, pipe, cut, roll, dip and decorate your creations as well as learning how to temper chocolate, before packaging your hand made truffles, ready to take home. You will leave the Chocolate Workshop with around 30-50 truffles (approx ½ kilo) for you to indulge by yourself or to show off to your friends and family.
1 x Miss Hope’s Chocolate Box Cookery Book
Required reading for chocolate lovers, Miss Hope’s Chocolate Box brings the wonderful confectionery that can be found in Hope and Greenwood’s original and quirky shops to your home. Including 50 chocolate recipes, this beautiful hardback is packed with irresistible titbits and anecdotes as well as mouth-watering photographs that are sure to inspire you in the kitchen. A lavish guide filled with lavish ideas, this is a perfect gift book for wannabe confectioners!
1 x Porcelain chocolate/cheese fondue set
Chocolate fondue set consisting of a chocolate warmer incense burner and ceramic dish. Made of white porcelain which can stand high temperatures and is food safety tested.
1 x Chocolate Mould
This is item is used for making chocolate, cakes, jellies and is made of 100% food grade silicone. It’s safe to use in the oven, microwave, freezer and dishwasher and is non-stick. It will keep the perfet shape and is very easy to clean.
1 x Cute Cotton Printed Apron
A cute cotton apron to keep your clothes chocolate free in the kitchen.
1 x Cocoa and Coffee Bean Mill
Freshly ground cocoa beans are a luxury for all chocolate lovers! This is a coffee mill but ideal also for cocoa beans. The top is made from iron and the bottom is made from wood. There is a small magnet to avoid spillages during use. It fits for office or home to use, also can be as a beautiful exhibit. It can also be used to grind flax seed.
1 x 1kg Cocoa Beans
To make 1 kg (2.2 pounds) of chocolate, about 300 to 600 beans are processed, depending on the desired cocoa content. In a factory, the beans are roasted. Next they are cracked and then de-shelled by a “winnower”. The resulting pieces of beans are called nibs. They are usually sold in small packages at specialty stores and markets to be used in cooking, snacking and chocolate dishes. Since nibs are directly from the cocoa tree, they contain high amounts of theobromine. Most nibs are ground, using various methods, into a thick creamy paste, known as chocolate liquor or cocoa paste.
1 x Chef’s Hat
Chocolate with hair in it is not as inviting as without! What’s more, a chefs hat really does make you better in the kitchen…
1 x Granite Chopping Board with Handle
A stylish and practical chopping board with slip resistant feet, protective edge and handle. Granite is heat-resistant and odor-resistant making it ideal for all types of kitchen usage.
1 x 1kg Cocoa Butter
The quality of the cocoa butter depends on the quality of the bean it came from and the process of separating it from the chocolate liquor. The quality of chocolate depends on the amount of cocoa butter added during processing. The reason a piece of good chocolate melts immediately when eaten is because the melting point of cocoa butter is the same as our internal body temperature. Inferior brands of chocolates are made with vegetable shortenings instead of cocoa butter.
Cocoa solids are the low-fat component of chocolate. When sold as an end product, it may also be called cocoa powder, cocoa, and cacao. In contrast, the fatty component of chocolate is cocoa butter. Cocoa butter is 50% to 57% of the weight of cocoa beans and gives chocolate its characteristic melting properties. Cocoa liquor is the melted combination of cocoa butter and cocoa solids. Cocoa solids are obtained by extraction from the cocoa bean.
When you’re a chocolate whiz you’ll love these to wow your friends with your wonderful chocolates!