Meet the Chocolatiers at Crail Food Festival

Meet the Chocolatiers at Crail Food Festival

June 9, 2015
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Not only do we have for the first time, an area totally designated to chocolate, but The Chocolate Larder at the Town Hall in Crail will also be conducting FREE tastings of the delights the 6 chocolatiers have to offer. There will also be talks and chocolate & drink pairings too.

Claire Baker of Considerit Chocolate – talks at 12:30 on Saturday and Sunday

Here at Considerit Chocolate we create artisan bars and truffles for the chocolate loving community. Our creations are so rich and indulgent that you’ll be surprised to hear they are dairy and gluten free. They really are an indulgence for everyone, Considerit…

Carol Wood of Carol Wood Chocolatiers – talks at 13:15 on Saturday and Sunday

Carol has a fantastic kitchen full of amazing recipes and uses chocolate in her wide range of bakery products and handmade chocolates, come and sample this weekend.

Julie Collier of Iain Burnett Highland Chocolatier – talks at 14:00 on Saturday and Sunday

Scotland’s most awarded chocolatier who supplies at the highest level of food service, corporate and retail outlets. Specialising in “naked” Velvet Truffles & Spiced Pralines. Working with Kingsbarns Distillery, there will be FREE Chocolate & Whisky Pairings. Lots of samples on stand for you to try.

Charlotte Flower of Charlotte Flower Chocolates – talks at 14:45 on Saturday and Sunday

What’s in Season? Award winning, original and delicious handmade chocolates, shaped by the seasons and nature, freshness and artisanal craft, values and passion and stories and traditions.

Alistair Gower of The Chocolate Tree – talks at 15:50 on Saturday and Sunday

Award winning chocolates, hand crafted from chocolate that we make ourselves from bean. Fresh premium ingredients and no added preservatives for the best in natural flavours. Craft chocolate made using directly-traded heritage cacao beans. Precisely roasted, obsessively winnowed, slowly conched and patiently matured fine flavour chocolate.

If you’re tempted to continue your chocolate adventures around Scotland, Visit Scotland have a Chocolate Trail for you to follow, and we’ve created a helpful list of links on our Pinterest Board – Scotland’s Chocolate Larder for you to discover more.

Thanks to Julie Collier for her help in putting together the Crail Food Festival Chocolate Larder 2015.

Entrance to the Chocolate Larder is included in your Saturday Market Day or Sunday Harbour and Market Day ticket purchase for Crail Food Festival 2015.  Tickets are available from our ticketing partner See Tickets, or by telephoning 0871 220 0260 (calls cost 10p per minute plus standard network charges).