Japanese-Style Nama Chocolate Workshop
Most people love Japanese food and also their desserts. Here is a well-known Nama chocolate as it is widely sold in many countries, brands such as Royce and Meiji produce it.
In 1988, the owner and also a Chocolatier chef Masakazu Kobayashi at the sweet shop Sils Maria created a new type of chocolate, and he named this chocolate Nama Chocolate and Nama Choco (生チョコ) for short.
Nama in Japanese means raw which refers to pureness and freshness. Nama chocolate is a type of ganache made from a mix of melted cacao and fresh cream with butter to create. Once all mixture solidifies, the block of chocolate is cut into pieces and sprinkled with cocoa powder or fruit purée powder on top.Nama chocolate has a decadent and silky smooth with luxurious richness and creaminess that melts in your mouth. Some are mixed with liquor, cookie bits, candy and more.
It is simply made with a few ingredients that can be purchased from your supermarket.
*Please inform us in advance of any allergies, disabilities, diabetes, pregnancy, epilepsy, learning difficulties etc.
– Technique of creating and making different flavours of Nama chocolate.
– Technique of mixing process.
– Technique of using the right tools and skills.
– Technique of melting and creating a perfect flavoured chocolate.
– Technique to unmold and cut into desired pieces.
– Method of creating and decorating it.
You get to bring home these following:
– Full Recipes with all techniques and tips.
– 10% OFF storewide voucher at the Wheat Outlet.
Terms and Conditions
- To lock a date (Baking workshops), payment in full is required through a credit card before the class.
- Customers are responsible to ensure they receive a receipt and confirmation.
- Please inform us in advance of any allergies, disabilities, diabetes, pregnancy, epilepsy, learning difficulties etc.
Cancellation and Refund Policy
- Please note that fees paid are strictly non-refundable and non-exchangeable.
- Participants must arrive at the workshop 10 mins before the workshop starts.
- A non-refundable administration fee of S$20 applies for every change request.
- Little Bakers Lab do not provide refunds or credits when a participant fails to attend a baking workshop.
Staying Safe and Healthy
- An attendee won’t be allowed into the baking workshop if showing any symptoms related to Covid19 and no refunds will be provided.
- For the baking workshops, customers should be dressed comfortably but with safety in mind. Do not wear loose clothing that could get caught in machinery or equipment. Jewellery should not be worn. You should wear hair clips or bands for long hair.
- All chef instructors, staff, and participants will be wearing masks at all times, except when drinking from their own water bottles.
Images, Videos and Recipes for any of the Little Bakers Lab workshops
- Recipes will be handed in hardcopy to participants.
- These recipes are and remain as intellectual property of Little Bakers Lab.
- The customer may not use, or make copies of Little Bakers Lab’s recipes, images and videos for any commercial use or share them with the general public, friends or family.
- Little Bakers Lab Pte Ltd reserves the right to take judicial action to prevent any unauthorized use of Little Bakers Lab’s recipes, images and videos.
- Without prior notice, little Bakers Lab reserves the copyrights of photography and videos taken in class for future promotional purposes. If you do not wish to be included in such, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to inform us prior to the class. Failure to do so will mean that you waive all rights to Little Bakers Lab to use photos or videos that we have captured of you during the class.
- In the event that the minimum number of participants is not met, the class will be cancelled. We will inform you via email. You can choose to either get a refund of the class fee or attend another class of the same value.