Join us at Mudflat Pottery School for a chocolate tasting!
Discover your inner chocovorus! Come learn about how chocolate is made and the intricacies of fine flavor cacao from Kymberlee Keckler of Filthy Rich Chocolates. Taste six dark chocolates in a guided, blind sampling. The types of chocolate will be revealed at the end. We will sample a range of different chocolates and explore chocolate’s many flavor nuances.
Chocolate samples, tasting sheets and guides, flavor wheels, and palette cleansers will be provided. Bring a pencil, reading glasses if you need them, an open mind, and a semi-empty belly. Kindly refrain from using perfume or cologne.
Friday March 17, 6:30-8:30 pm
$45.00 per person, a portion to benefit Mudflat!
Tickets can be purchased at the Mudflat office or call 617-628-0589
Registration for this event closes on Wednesday, March 8, 2017
BIO: Kymberlee Keckler is a chemical engineer for EPA and a long-time Mudflat potter. In 2012, she started Filthy Rich Chocolates to create bonbons and confections with the very best flavor. Kymberlee received her training as a professional chocolatier through Ecole Chocolat in Vancouver, BC, where she graduated with honors in November 2012. In March 2013, she helped to plant fine flavor cacao trees at a plantation in St. Lucia. In April 2014, Kymberlee graduated from Valrhona’s Ecole du Grand Chocolat in Tain L’Hermitage, France, as a master chocolatier. In April 2015, Kymberlee graduated from ICAM in Lecco, Italy, as a master chocolatier. Further training at Barry Callebaut’s Chocolate Acadamy in Wieze, Belgium was completed in October 2015. Advanced master training was completed at Valrhona’s Ecole du Grand Chocolat in Tain L’Hermitage, France in October 2016.