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4th Nov 2014 | Posted by The Chocolatier Team

The Arabian Prince's Chocolate - October 2013

Aneesh has designed a revolutionary and beautiful bar of chocolate for an Arabian Prince.This dark chocolate bar has a thin casing of finely tempered chocolate, encompassing a smooth and rich dark chocolate water ganache.This is the lowest calorie bar of chocolate in the World.
2nd Nov 2014 | Posted by Aneesh Popat

Daily Express - June 2013

On one of the mornings in June 2013 I awoke to read these lines in the Daily Express:"Best bar none, Aneesh Popat's chocolates isn't fattening",an article explaining the superbly low calorie content of our chocolate truffles. (it is in fact the case that it is more fattening to eat an apple than two of my milk chocolate salted caramel water ganaches!!)I was excited to finally have a piece written about us. Something I struggled to have done with relentless emails to newspapers. This article came …
2nd Nov 2014 | Posted by The Chocolatier Team

The Power 1000 - October 2013

It is with great pleasure we announce that our Aneesh is amidst the Power 1000 as per the Evening Standard's esteemed panel. This means that just by his chocolate making skills alone he has been said to be amidst the 1000 most influential Londoners in 2013!
2nd Nov 2014 | Posted by Aneesh Popat

HH The Maharaja's Chocolate

The creative and innovative English perfumery house Penhaligon's commissioned The Chocolatier to create a chocolate water ganache to pair with a new fragrance 'Vaara' for HH The Maharaja of Jodhpur, Rajasthan.Our brief was to create a chocolate remeniscient of the wet monsoon drenched soils of the Rajasthani desert.After much research we created Rose, quince, vanilla and honey. …
2nd Nov 2014 | Posted by Aneesh Popat

Becoming a Michelin Star Supplier

One of my goals from the day of commencement was to supply a Michelin star restaurant. There was only one reason for this and that was to gain affirmation of the quality of my  ethics, ingredients, methodology and presentation of work. As of June 2013 this was achieved.Being a first class maths graduate gave me some recognition in the maths and sciences arena however unfortunately gave me no clout as a chocolatier. I'd often be asked "where did you train?", "who did you learn under?", as ch …