26 Jun 2017
Of course, there is nothing like tasting and experiencing the real thing. But the internet makes it possible to follow chocolatiers from around the world and look for inspiration on our computers and smartphones. We selected some inspiratoers that are well worth following for a daily dose of inspiration.
Janice Wong’s shop is based in Tokyo and her speciality is coloured chocolate. You can recognize her work by the marbled effects, great colour combinations and the geometric shapes of her chocolate treats.
Quentin Bailly is a world champion chocolatier. The creativity he expresses in his cakes, desserts and chocolate sculptures is inspired by Star Wars.
number of followers: +54.9K
David H. Chow
When an engineer becomes a pastry chef this is what can happen. With over ten years experience as pastry chef and chocolatier, David H. Chow creates impressive chocolate creations.
number of followers: +23.5K
Amaury Guichon is the spiritual father of amazing chocolate creations: chocolate flowers and cigars filled with Baileys crémeux, hazelnut crumble, milk chocolate mousse and soft vanilla caramel.
Map chocolate makes single-origin chocolate bars. The simple but sophisticated chocolate bars are wrapped in beautiful paper. The bars are made according to the bean-to-bar principle.
number of followers: +4K
Susanna Yoon has an eye for detail and she’s a perfectionist. Without a doubt her ‘Stick with me sweets’ shop is one of the best chocolate shops in New York. The inside of the chocolates is just as beautiful as the outside.
number of followers: +33.6K
Pierre Marcolini creates beautiful chocolate Japanese anime dolls.
Pineapples, flamingos and palm trees: Maggie Louise excels at making chocolate versions of everyday subjects. Or as Maggie Louise calls them: ‘chocolates with charisma’.
number of followers: +19.8K