A panorama of chocolate from around the world and from home
The winners of the Academy of Chocolate for 2015 have been announced
We can be proud of the Hungarian chocolate manufacturers, as they have proven well in more than one category. We find Rózsavölgyi chocolate, Tibor Szántó, Zangio, chocoMe and Fabric chocolate among the award winners.
The Rózsavölgyi chocolates were among the best with winning medals in several categories this year as well. Among the best black chocolates, in the “Bean-to-bar” category the Madagascar Criollo a Pureto Cabello and the Porcelana got bronze medals. In the best flavored milk chocolate category, the caramelized lavender bar got silver medals. In the best bonbon chocolate category the bergamot and Gouda cheese flavored received silver. Gold medal was given for the hot chocolate packaging, and silver was given for the bergamot packaging.
Tibor Szántó received bronze medal for his Baracoa Cuba bar in the best “Bean-to-bar” above 80% dark chocolate category.
The chocoMe received medals in several categories. Two different flavored raffinées got bronze medals (Avola almond raffinée, Piemonte hazelnut raffinée). The pecan nut raffinée got also bronze medal in the caramell flavour category.
In the best flavored dark chocolate category the Fabric received bronze medal for their chocolate bar, 66%, originating from Chiapas, Mexico, made of organic cocoa beans.
I think I can say that the Hungarian chocolate manufacturers have gotten their names listed on the tableau of the big international chocolate manufacturers.