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Belgian Competition Winners 2016

février 5, 2016 7:44 by International Chocolate Awards in News, Results, Winners

The International Chocolate Awards is pleased to announce the Winners of the second Belgian National Competition for chocolatier products, which was judged in Brussels at the Hilton Brussels Grand Place, 28 – 31 January 2016. The winners were announced at the Brussels Salon du Chocolat on 5 February 2016. Winners pass through to the World Final in London in October 2016.

The International Chocolate Awards is an independent competition recognising excellence in fine chocolate making and in the products made with fine chocolate.

Judges

The judges were drawn from local experts, food journalists and pastry chefs from Belgium and members of our permanent international Grand Jury and guest judges from Italy and France.

Prizes

The categories judged included flavoured chocolate bars, filled chocolates and spreads, and are based on yearly feedback from our entrants and in consultation with the fine chocolate industry. All judging is anonymised, including at the Grand Jury final session, where Golds, Silver and Bronze prizes are awarded by private voting according to the Grand Jury rules.

Awards are awarded only to entries that meet the required standard for each prize.

(Prizes are shown in alphabetical order for each medal)


Tablettes Aromatisées

Tablettes de chocolat noir avec inclusions ou morceaux

Bronze: Contes de Fèves  (Belgium) – Casson noir au sésame grillé


Ganaches, palets, pralines avec ganache, truffes

Ganaches ou truffes au chocolat noir non aromatisées

Gold: Galler  (Belgium) – Praline Madagascar
Bronze: Darcis Chocolatier  (Belgium) – Barahona

Ganaches ou truffes de chocolat noir aromatisées

Gold: Laurent Gerbaud Chocolatier  (Belgium) – Ganache Mangue Coriandre Citron Vert
Silver: Chocolatier M  (Belgium) – Elegance
Silver: Darcis Chocolatier  (Belgium) – Ganache Citron & Yuzu
Silver: Demaret Chocolatier  (Belgium) – Passion
Silver: Deremiens  (Belgium) – Blue Passion
Silver: Galler  (Belgium) – Praline Vanille
Bronze: Galler  (Belgium) – Praline Citron Vert-Lavande

Ganaches ou truffes au chocolat blanc

Gold: The Chocolate line by Dominique Persoone  (Belgium) – Yuzu
Silver: The Chocolate line by Dominique Persoone  (Belgium) – Brasil

Ganaches ou truffes utilisant du chocolat noir/au lait/blanc pour l’enrobage et la garniture

Gold: Chocolatier M  (Belgium) – Smokey lemon
Silver: The Chocolate line by Dominique Persoone  (Belgium) – Apero
Bronze: Jérôme Grimonpon Chocolatier – NOT USED  (Belgium) – Figue Thym


Fruits secs

Praliné au chocolat noir

Gold: Laurent Gerbaud Chocolatier  (Belgium) – Praliné Pistache de Grèce
Silver: Deremiens  (Belgium) – Praslin
Silver: Jérôme Grimonpon Chocolatier – NOT USED  (Belgium) – Praliné sésame et komatsuna
Bronze: Deremiens  (Belgium) – Pécan Soja
Bronze: Deremiens  (Belgium) – Tahiti
Bronze: Laurent Gerbaud Chocolatier  (Belgium) – Praliné Amandes

Praliné au chocolat lait

Gold: Chocolatier M  (Belgium) – Peanuts & co
Silver: Chocolatier M  (Belgium) – Woestyne
Bronze: Didier Smeets  (Belgium) – Praliné Pistache

Dragées/ fruits secs entiers enrobés au chocolat blanc

Gold: L’Arbre à Bilous  (Belgium) – Chocolat blanc à l’herbe de blé avec noix de cajou grillée


Caramels

Caramels enrobés de chocolat noir

Gold: Chocolatier M  (Belgium) – Tokyo Dreams
Bronze: Deremiens  (Belgium) – Orval

Caramels enrobés de chocolat au lait

Gold: Deremiens  (Belgium) – Exotic Touch


Autres – fruits / sucre / beurre / crème

Manon/beurre/crème enrobés de chocolat blanc

Gold: Darcis Chocolatier  (Belgium) – Manon Café


Pâte à tartiner

Pâtes à tartiner au chocolat noir (sans poudre de lait)

Bronze: Eugène Chocolatier  (Belgium) – Praliné Eugène