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German, Austrian and Swiss 2014 Competition – Grand Jury Finalists

July 7, 2014 2:26 pm by International Chocolate Awards in Finalists, Results

The International Chocolate Awards is pleased to announce the Grand Jury finalists of the 2014 German, Austrian and Swiss Competition, which was judged at chocolats-de-luxe.de GmbH in Hannover, Germany, 5-9 May 2014.

The Grand Jury finalists are the entries that made it through to the final Grand Jury round after a two-day Selection process and two days of Main round judging by a panel of  regional judges. Profiles on each of the Grand Jurors are published here. A list of the judges who attended this competition can be found here.

The Gold, Silver and Bronze winning products voted for by the Grand Jury in each category will be announced at an Awards Ceremony in Hannover on Friday 12 September  as part of the Schokoladen Gourmet Festival. Grand Jury Merit awards will also be announced at the September ceremony.

The Grand Jury finalists of the 2014 German, Austrian and Swiss Competition are:

(In alphabetical order)


Bars

Bars – Dark chocolate bars flavoured with an infusion or flavouring

Confiserie Simon (Germany)

Bars – Dark chocolate bars flavoured with inclusions or pieces

Beschle (Switzerland)
DaJa Chocolate (Germany)

Bars – Flavoured dark chocolate bars with a filling

Clement chococult (Germany)
Mayer Schokoladen (Austria)
Schell Schokoladen (Germany)
Zotter Schokoladen (Austria)

Bars – Milk chocolate bars flavoured with an infusion or flavouring

Timo A. Meyer (Germany)

Bars – Milk chocolate bars flavoured with inclusions or pieces

Beschle (Switzerland)
Confiserie Simon (Germany)
Timo A. Meyer (Germany)

Bars – Flavoured milk chocolate bars with a filling

Clement chococult (Germany)
Zotter Schokoladen (Austria)

Bars – Flavoured white chocolate

Beschle (Switzerland)

Filled chocolates – dark (flavoured or unflavoured)

Unflavoured dark – Ganaches and truffles

Confiserie Wenschitz (Austria)

Unflavoured dark – Nut pralines

DaJa Chocolate (Germany)

Flavoured dark – Ganaches and truffles

Clement Chococult (Germany)
Pâtisserie Elysée (Germany)
Spiegel Pralinen (Austria)
Xocolat (Austria)

Dark – Nut based pralines and gianduja, enrobed whole nuts

Clement Chococult (Germany)
Timo A. Meyer (Germany)

Dark chocolate marzipan

Clement Chococult (Germany)
Sawade Berlin (Germany)

Dark – Caramels

Kettler Schokolade (Germany)

Dark – Dark fruit pastes, jellies/gelée, enrobed whole fruits, liquid centres with alcohol, fondants

Confiserie Speck (Switzerland)

 

Filled chocolates – milk (flavoured or unflavoured)

Milk – Ganaches and truffles

Pott au Chocolat (Germany)
Schell Schokoladen (Germany)
Xocolat (Austria)

White – Flavoured filled chocolate

DaJa Chocolate (Germany)
Pott au Chocolat (Germany)
Pralinenatelier (Germany)

Milk – Gianduiotto

Clement chococult (Germany)

Milk – Caramels

Clement chococult (Germany)

Milk – Fruit pastes, jellies/gelée, enrobed whole fruits, liquid centres with alcohol, fondants

Clement chococult (Germany)


Filled chocolates – mixed (flavoured or unflavoured)

Ganaches and truffles with mixed dark/milk/white chocolate for coating and fillings

Clement chococult (Germany)
Confiserie Speck (Switzerland)
Kettler Schokolade (Germany)
Pralinenatelier (Germany)
Timo A. Meyer (Germany)

 



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