What we craft is just not ordinary its – The Finest, Fresh & scrumptious Chocolates!“D’Chocolatist”, the name itself gives the thought to delight in the best ‘Chocolate’ experience that is made up of pure tempting ingredients.
We manufacture the finest & Purest chocolates with best savor and knock to your taste-buds. It’s just not plain but Scrumptious Artisan Chocolates, to favor your choco-senses. As a Chocolatier & being in love with this luscious ingredient 'Chocolate', you too will fall in love with our extensive range of Chocolate Bonbons, Pralines & Truffles made with sophisticated infusions using fresh fruits, nuts & flowers.
At D'CHOCOLATIERE ACADEMY you learn under Internationally trained professional with FULL HANDS ON practical class, understand Couverture chocolate & its science, professional techniques, recipe formulations & depths about usage of ingredients, hence a WORTH investment to ACCELERATE your HOBBY, PASSION or to start your own BUSINESS.
Its just not any ordinary class where you learn making chocolates with compound or just moulding or demoulding of chocolates!
We have designed specialized courses according to your skill level, where you will just not spend few hours learning it, but understanding it in set of days with chapter wise orientation, to achieve the required skill.
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Chocolate is exceptional high-energy food relative to its small volume. It is considered a food that promotes effort whether intellectual or physical. Chocolate’s chemical composition includes carbohydrates (starch, diverse sugars), fats (cocoa butter), and vegetable proteins. Chocolate also contains vitamins A1, B1, B2, D, and E.
The pleasure derived from chocolate is believed to stimulate the secretion of endorphins, natural opiates. At least five pharmaco-dynamic (producing reactions in humans) substances are found in small amounts: Theobromine, Caffeine, Phenylethylamine, Anandamide and Serotonin.
Theobromine stimulates the central nervous system and the appetite, facilitates muscular activity, and has diuretic and a cardiotonic effect. Caffeine increases resistance to fatigue, enhances intellectual activity, and increases watchfulness. The amount of caffeine in one chocolate bar is about a third of the caffine in a cup of coffee.
Phenylethylamine has a chemical structure similar to amphetamines and contains psycho-stimulating properties. Chocolate contains the highest concentration in any food of phenylethylamine, which is the chemical produced in the brain when a person is in love. Phenylethylamine combines with dopamine to produce a mild antidepressant effect.
All of these stimulants increase the activity of neurotransmitters (brain chemicals) in parts of the brain that control our ability to pay attention and stay alert.
Serotonin is a neurotransmitter (substance freed by the nerve endings) in the cerebral cortex. Its quantity is often found to be lower during certain nervous depression states. The serotonin found in chocolate helps correct its initial loss. Caffeine and saccharose stimulate the body's stimulation of serotonin. Anandamide also affects brain chemistry to produce feelings of calm and well being. The effect is quite small but noticeable.
Research has proven that when people strongly crave chocolate, low-quality candy won't fix the craving. Very high fat, dark chocolate which transports plenty of cannabinoid cousins, along with natural opiate inducing cocoa butter is what they crave.