Life is like a box of chocolates – if only we could fill them up from Steven ter Horst’s then life wouldn’t be filled with any sour moments ;) I was invited to the Steven ter Horst’s Rundle Street launch with food and drinks provided for free. Loving the new location as we will no longer have to make the arduous journey to Unley huzzah.
Steven and Chantelle
Look at the mountain of salted caramel chocolate! A crack from the chocolate shell gave way to liquid gold in the form of oozy sweet caramel with a hint of salt – more sweet than salty but a perfect balance in flavours. I’m not surprised that this is their signature chocolate as it is one of the best salted caramel’s I’ve had.
Fleur de Sel – Luscious Caramel with cracks of Maldon Sea Salt
The new release of Steven’s pallet d’or was a velvet smooth bitter dark chocolate that melted away with each bite – insanely rich but incredible dark chocolate.
Steven’s Pallet d’or – 64% Vietnamese dark chocolate
Another new release is the chocolate infiniment cake with layers of chocolate sable, chocolate creameux, hazelnut chocolate biscuit, chocolate mousse and Chantilly cream.
Mini Chocolate Infiniment – Chocolate Sable, Chocolate creameux, hazelnut chocolate biscuit, chocolate mousse and tonica bean Chantilly
Cheeseburger macaron – a possible ode to burger theory? A crack from the white chocolate ‘cheese’ squished between two dolloped layers of soft chocolate was all held together in the sesame seeds speckled macaron ‘buns’ – a challenge for the dare devil sweet tooths out there.
Little cute blob things you are chocolate mousse filled domes with a crunchy feuilletine-like biscuit layer.
A big thank you to Biela and Steven ter Horst Chocolatier for inviting and hosting such a lovely evening. Was very fun to spend the night with fellow blogger Natasha from Playing House and lovely to meet the girls from Glam Adelaide and Style Story.
Disclaimer: I was invited to this event with food and drinks provided for free but this does not influence my post and views. Please note that this is not a review but rather a post about my experience – I just couldn’t help myself to talk about the food