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'The Belcolade Night' held by Puratos on July 13 showcased the wonders and rich taste of premium Belgian chocolate from Belcolade. Hosted at the residence of the Belgian Ambassador H.E. Philippe Kridelka, guests were treated to a scrumptious chocolate feast and stunning view of the colonial-era Thai house.

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The highlight of the night was the unveiling of the intricately crafted Thai architecture created using more than 100 kilograms of chocolate by MOF Stephane Leroux, an expert of chocolate and craft work from Belgium. His masterpiece is guaranteed by a position of Meilleur Ouvrier de France (M.O.F.) which is known for the highest honour of craftsman in France.

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Rasee Wacharapolmek with MOF Stephane Leroux' Belcolade chocolate masterpiece

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Belgian Ambassador H.E. Philippe Kridelka

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Atichat Rucksajit and Jittima Wattanasin

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Ploenchan Vinyaratn and Prinya Ruenprapan

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Tatcharati Na Ranong

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Watch the video below as the master of chocolate MOF Stephane Leroux works his magic:

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Tags: Belcolade, Puratos, Belgian Chocolate, H.E. Philippe Kridelka, Tatcharati Na Ranong, Ploenchan Vinyaratn, Prinya Ruenprapan, Jittima Wattanasin, Atichat Rucksajit, Rasee Wacharapolmek