SYP Networking Group- Sweet like Chocolate

10th April 2013

Yorkshire's leading young professional (5 years post qualified) networking club, SYP, invite you to join them on their third event to taste chocolates from around the world.

The experience is like wine tasting, but there's no need to spit it out! You will be taken on a journey through the flavours, history and development of chocolate from around the world, and you'll taste the flavour differences in chocolate made by particular chocolatiers, how these flavours change according to the beans that are used, the beans' country of origin and the balance of flavours and other ingredients. We will be tasting approximately 10 chocolates throughout the experience starting from milk and gradually getting darker. There will also be some palate cleansers to complement each different sample. All chocolates are gluten free but if you have any other dietary requirements please let me know. As expected there will be drinks on the night and if you can manage more food after all the chocolates there will then be Pizza! Agenda 6.15pm Arrival at Grant Thornton office 6.30pm Chocolate tasting event begins 8.00pm Pizza time 10.00pm Finish How much? £10 cheque payable to Grant Thornton UK LLP Where? Grant Thornton UK LLP 2 Broadfield Court Sheffield S8 0XF How? Katie Palmer Event Organiser For Grant Thornton UK LLP T 0114 2553371 E

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