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Thursday, November 15, 2007

Chocolate Balls - Mint Flavour


The order came from JJ's friend. She is expecting her first baby on the 22nd of November and she emailed me that before the due date she wanted to have my chocolate balls. That's very cute :-)

As she doens't consume any alcohol, I offer her some alternatives to make the taste of chocolate balls richer and she ended up with mint flavour choice. Ehm...very good choice!! I love chocolate mint too.

As I am preparing the order, I got text message from my neighbor. She wanted to order cake as she would have some guests on the next morning. I told her I didn't have much time anymore as I had to do another order but she insisted. Then I told her that I was making some chocolate balls, she was interested to try and then she ordered some.

I presented the mint chocolate balls in a plater for 50 balls. Let's imagine the taste of chocolate cake combine with chocolate ganache plus mint flavour in a ball ehm....it's heaven!

Sold by Rp 100,000 per plater.



A text message from JJ's friend after tried the mint chocolate balls from Joris Kitchen (in bahasa) : "Sudah diterima kirimannya...Makasih....ukurannya imut banget hihihihihi...Enak mint nya berasa....seger...." (The package has been received....thank you....the size is small and cute....great taste of mint...fresh...)

2 comments:

s.j.simon said...

lol. did you know that chocolate was banned in switzerland for many years. read this

Joris' Kitchen said...

Thanks for your info! It's great that chocolate is not banned anymore in Swiss even Swiss now is known as the their best chocolate! :-)