Taystful Handmade Chocolate Course 28th June 2020
Remaining Places: 4
The Handmade Chocolate Course is a great half day where you will be introduced to different types of chocolate, be given a background in to where cocoa beans come from and how chocolate is produced, then instructed on how to make your very own tasty chocolates!
On the day we will cover hand dipped chocolates, moulded chocolates (including the use of pretty cocoa butter transfers) and two types of truffle! To take home, you will have, not only the recipes you have used on the day, but also tempering technique information, origins and production notes and of course a wonderful selection of more than 20 chocolates you have made!
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This course is taught by Shona Sutherland, winner of the Chocolate Category of the Scottish Baking Awards 2014, the Chocolate Category of the National Chocolate Awards at the Perth Chocolate Festival 2014, Gold Medal and Best in Class Winner at the Scottish Culinary Championships in the Chocolate Display Class at ScotHot 2015, Gold and Silver Medal winner for filled chocolates at ScotHot 2017, Bronze medallist for chocolate showpiece at the Culinary World Cup in Luxembourg 2018, and member of the Scottish Culinary Team.
Price per person: £90
Time: 10am until 2pm.
Restrictions: This course is only available to those over 16 years of age, unless accompanied by a paying and participating parent or guardian.
Please wear comfortable kitchen safe shoes (no open toes or slippy soles). Aprons will be supplied. The kitchen can start off cool, especially in winter, so bring an extra layer!
NB. Not suitable for sufferers of allergens: soya lecithin, milk, gluten, nuts, eggs or peanuts, as traces or substantial amounts are present in the ingredients we use. Artificial colourings will also be used.
"Thank you for such a fun afternoon on Sunday. You area wonderful teacher. We couldn't believe how many different types of chocolate we all made and can't believe we have managed to eat most of them already! "
L Robertson, 12/8/15