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Kanjiro Mochizuki Sugar Showpiece Demonstration at Savour

Kirsten Tibballs

6 years ago

Kanjiro Mochizuki Sugar Showpiece Demonstration at Savour

Savour is delighted to announce the return of Kanjiro Mochizuki to our shores with a Sugar Showpiece demonstration. Kanjiro is considered one of the world’s leaders in sugar work and previously taught at Savour in 2012 with rave reviews from students!

Kanjiro Mochizuki is the Executive Pastry Chef at The Imperial Hotel in Japan, the most prominent, historical hotel in the country. In 2002, Chef Mochizuki won the award for Best Sugar Showpiece at the World Pastry Team Championships. Previously he has served on the jury of the National Pastry Team Championship and Coupe de Monde in Lyon.

In this 3.5 hour demonstration, Kanjiro will be teaching attendees how to make sugar showpieces from scratch. Watch on as he creates pulled sugar flowers, ribbons, uses blown sugar to create figures and more in this not to be missed demonstration. This is an extremely rare opportunity to learn sugar work techniques from one of the world’s best.

Click here to book this amazing once-off demonstration.



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