Chocolate 1.0 CHOCOLATE DISCOVERY

The course is designed for anyone from general public who is passionate in chocolate to professionals who would like to set up a business in confectionery and catch the trends and opportunities of the market. The courses will provide you with the mandatory platform of knowledge and skills in chocolate works.
 
The course will bring you to the wonderful world of chocolate and we will be focusing on the application in confectionery through theoretical and hands-on learning approaches.  It is a good start to gain a complete fundamental knowledge and basic skills of working with chocolate. You will learn about the chocolate making process and discovering the technology behind chocolates.
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Location
CHOCOLATE ACADEMY™ centre Greece, Athens
Level
Level 1

Teacher

  • Philippe MarandChef
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Level Level 1

Beginner

You have no experience in the art of chocolate but are motivated to be immersed in this wonderful world.

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Location
CHOCOLATE ACADEMY™ centre Greece, Athens

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Agiou Konstantinou 50
15124, Athens
Greece
Philippe Marand
Chef

A key figure of the gourmet world, Philippe Marand belongs to the Academy of Culinary Arts of Great Britain.

His career has been an international one. He has been working in such hallmarks of Parisian cookery as the Hôtel Intercontinental, Dalloyau and the Ritz before serving as the ambassador of Lenôtre in premiere chocolaterie and pastry events all over the world (New York, London, Hong-Kong...). Very committed to Lenôtre, he has contributed to the international expansion of this flagship of French cookery, as technical manager for the creation of its franchises abroad.

Since 1998, he has served as an international technical consultant with Cacao Barry.
Philippe travels the world to share his expertise, always meeting new cultures that enrich his skills. Also a fluent English speaker, he is regularly featured on TV and on the radio, in France and abroad. He is regularly the subject of articles in the world press. Co-author of several books in the “École Lenôtre” series, this confectioner and chocolate globetrotter won the Gold Medal in the Charles Proust contest, awarded by the City of Paris, and was named Disciple of Étienne Tholoniat.