The chocolate truffle, in its infinite variations, is a truly universal chocolate dessert. But there are distinct national preferences in preparation techniques and presentation styles across the world.
The French like their truffles delicately soft and rolled by hand, whereas the Belgians prefer their truffles in perfectly proportioned crunchy little shells. The Swiss tend to mould their ganaches and the Americans have their own version of a truffle that isn’t even completely round!
Join us in our masterclass on chocolate truffles to learn about these and many interesting facets of this delectable dessert.