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Tastings & Workshops

This year we are again planning exciting workshops, lectures and tastings to immerse you in the world of cocoa and chocolate and experience it with all your senses.

Exhibitor workshops

Saturday, August 3rd 2019

  • 11:00 am - ""Mission Zero: We trade sustainably" (Choco Del Sol)

    Choco Del Sol shows concrete ways for sustainable thinking and trading in private and business day-to-day life. The aim is to anchor sustainability as a self-conception deeply in society.

  • 12:00 am - "Transparent cocoa trade" (Uncommon Cacao)

    The prosperity of farmers is an important component of good chocolate. Emily Stone reports on the work of Uncommon Cacao in Belize, Guatemala and Colombia.

  • 01:00 pm - "Make Chocolate Fair" (INKOTA Network)

    Inkota reports about its work for fair dealing with the raw material producers of the chocolate - the farmers of the cocoa beans. How is fair trade organised and monitored? Inkota takes care of exactly these questions and uncovers grievances.

  • 02:00 pm - "When is chocolate really 'good'?" (Zotter Schokoladen)

    "G.E.E.T." HEALTHY, HONEST, GENUINE AND TRANSPARENT.
    Julia Zotter reports how she manages to run a healthy, honest, genuine and transparent, yet large and successful company. 

  • 03:00 pm - "The truth about Belgian chocolate" (Mike&Becky)

    Belgium is known worldwide for its pralines and milk chocolates. But under the label 'Belgian Chocolate' 95% of the chocolates are sold in supermarket quality. Mike&Becky explain.

  • 04:00 pm - "We sail into the future" (Timbercoast)

    With its freighter Avontuur, Timbercoast is committed to clean sea transport and raising awareness about the environmental degradation caused by the shipping industry. The aim is to build a modern freight sailing fleet.

Sunday, August 4th 2019

  • 11:00 am - "Raw and Vegan. Why?" (CocoCaravan)

    More and more people are interested in a raw vegan diet. Find out what is behind a raw food diet and what needs to be considered.

  • 12:00 am - "How to create fine flavour chocolate?" (Chocolate Tree)

    Chocolate Tree's mission is to produce fine flavoured chocolate while protecting biodiversity and rewarding farmers with a real premium for their traditional cocoa crops.

  • 01:00 pm - "KEEP CALM AND EAT BEAN TO BAR CHOCOLATE" (Eurobean Festival Organizers)

    Past, present, future: the organizers of the EuroBean Chocolate Festival present the intentions, goals, history and future of the festival.

  • 02:00 pm - "Land of Origin: Hawaii" (Mānoa Chocolate Hawaii)

    An introduction to the island of Hawaii and its Polynesian culture. Dylan Butterworth talks about the roots of cocoa cultivation and its role today.

  • 01:00 pm - "From Manager to Chocolate Maker" (HERUFEK)

    Michal Herufek gives up a secure career as a manager and starts again from scratch. He becomes a chocolate maker and is now regarded as one of the best in the Czech Republic. Learn about his story here.

  • 04:00 pm - "Make Chocolate Fair" (INKOTA Network)

    Inkota reports about its work for fair dealing with the raw material producers of the chocolate - the farmers of the cocoa beans. How is fair trade organised and monitored? Inkota takes care of exactly these questions and uncovers grievances.




Tastings

Saturday, August 3rd, 2019

  • 11:30 am - EuroBean Chocolate of the Year
  • 01:00 pm - "Raw Chocolate Tasting
  • 02:30 pm - Fruit Chocolate Tasting
  • 04:00 pm - Egg liqueur & Chocolate (Eierlikörz)*
  • 05:00 pm - Spices & Cocoa (Direkt vom Feld) - in the workshop room
  • 05:30 pm - Rum & Chocolate (Timbercoast)*

Sunday, August 4th, 2019

  • 12:00 pm - Milk Chocolate (ideal for children)
  • 01:30 pm - Black & Heavy (80% and more)
  • 03:00 pm - Spices & Cocoa (Direkt vom Feld)
  • 04:30 pm - Whiskey & Chocolate (Jan Weiße, Cigarrencontor Chemnitz)*

*Tastings with alcohol have a fee of ~10€ depending on the organizer.


 

Yoga for Chocolate Lovers

The yoga practice originated about 2500 years ago in India and has also established itself in Europe and America in the last decades. It systematically and holistically combines exercises for body and breathing, mental training, relaxation techniques and meditation:
Arrived, taking the everyday life off, let tension drop. Refresh body, mind and senses to open yourself completely to pleasure and diversity.

Our morning yoga practice in the Südzwinger invites you to do this, because yoga in the morning dispels sorrow and worries (and calories before they arise). :)

www.yoga-inspiration.de

Yoga Figur

 

"Always following the red nose" - ClinicClowns

"Always following the red nose" the clown stumbles through his world. Full of curiosity and with an open heart. For a while, exploring the world around us with his nose on the nose - ClinicClowns Susanne (Madam Schnöck) and Stephan (Oleg) from "Praxis Kullernase" in Chemnitz invite young and old to do so.


Saturday, 2.00 pm (60 min)

© Photo: Clinic Chemnitz

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