Sunday, July 31, 2011

Pound Cake and Bacon

I was SO impressed with how they prepared the pound cake for the chocolate fountain last night, of course the presentation of all of the dipping items looks fabulous.  At another recent event, they prepared thick cut bacon for dipping in the dark Belgian chocolate.  I tried it and it was quite good.  The wedding guests LOVED it.  The bacon disappeared faster than the strawberries!  People were coming back asking for the bacon.  I would have never imagined it, but it certainly was a hit.


Friday, March 11, 2011

Chocolate Fountain

People are always curious about what the chocolate looks like beforehand, so I decided to make a video to show you. 


Thursday, June 17, 2010

Custom Molded Belgian Chocolates with Premium Custom Packaging

We just got our first peek at the custom molded Belgian chocolates and packaging that we designed for one of our customers.  They turned out just like we expected they would.  This is both milk and dark Belgian chocolate, you will see one is recessed and one is raised.  SO nice!  These special orders can be shipped to anywhere in the US.

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Wednesday, March 24, 2010

More Custom Chocolate Options

We are pleased to announce we have new options for custom chocolates and we are still making custom chocolate molds for customers who want to do it themselves.

These are just a few of the new options, there are many more on the site at

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Saturday, August 22, 2009

Atlanta Chocolate Company Appears on Better Mornings Atlanta

We are preparing for Monday August 24th for the Better Mornings Atlanta show that is on CBS Atlanta. Sheri will be showcasing the chocolate fondue fountains and some samples of the personalized chocolates that you can make with the custom chocolate molds. Photos to follow.

Here is a link to the video from the show:

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Monday, March 09, 2009

Chocolate Fountains Are Getting Lots of Attention

I have noticed the phone has been ringing quite often lately with inquiries about renting chocolate fountains for all kinds of events here in the Atlanta, GA area. I get more requests than I can handle for some dates. Anyway, I thought it was an interesting observation because you hear all these people and the media complaining about the economy, but if you sell chocolate you might be doing okay.


Monday, May 21, 2007

I Found Out Why You Don't Use a Chocolate Fountain Outdoors!

I knew you weren't supposed to use a chocolate fountain outdoors. There are several things that just don't mix with a chocolate fountain.

  • Bugs
  • Temperature
  • Wind
  • Rain

You probably already get the point right? Well I had a client hire me without specifically telling me I was supposed to set it up outdoors. I thought for sure I would be inside. I got there and they took me all through the building to then take me outside and show me the table. I stopped just inside the door and asked them if they were sure. When I explained to them why we don't use it outside, they insisted. Honestly I wanted to give them their money back and pack it all back up and leave, but they still insisted....

So even though I didn't want to do it, I gave in and set up outdoors. I got the chocolate melted, then I turned on the fountain. I wasn't sure how much wind was too much. Before I even got it running, the smallest little gust of wind came along and took the chocolate across the white table cloth and onto the bricks below and later I found out it even made it to the dipping items on the table too. I quickly jumped out of the way so I wouldn't be covered in chocolate all night long.

Because it was already getting cold out, I quickly cleaned off the tier set and got it put away before everyone came out for the dessert hour and live entertainment. I did explain to them the chocolate in the basin would stay melted and most of the issues we had to worry about were out of the way except for the rain that came later and then it was time for me to leave.

Trust me, I will never allow that to happen again. A lesson well learned. Now ALL clients no matter who they are, will be filling out my form and agreeing to the terms and conditions. Once they read it, I would hope they realize that those provisions are there for a reason.