Wearable chocolate sporran contains 10.600 calories

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A CHOCOLATIER has created a wearable sporran made completely out of chocolate.

Friederike Gower, who runs The Chocolate Tree in Haddington, East Lothian, with her husband Alastair Gower, spent an entire day fashioning the remarkable creation which is entirely edible bar the chain.

Weighing in at 2kg the life-size accessory contains around 15 bars of premium chocolate.

A CHOCOLATIER has created a wearable sporran made completely out of chocolate. Friederike Gower, who runs The Chocolate Tree in Haddington, East Lothian, with her husband Alastair Gower, spent an entire day fashioning the remarkable creation which is entirely edible bar the chain. Weighing in at 2kg the life-size accessory contains around 15 bars of premium chocolate. Anyone tempted to wolf down their sporran would probably have to get their kilt let out as it contains no fewer than 10,600 calories. Produced for National Chocolate Week in London earlier this month, the sporran was used in a chocolate themed fashion show.

 

 

Anyone tempted to wolf down their sporran would probably have to get their kilt let out as it contains no fewer than 10,600 calories.

Produced for National Chocolate Week in London earlier this month, the sporran was used in a chocolate themed fashion show.

Using cacao beans from Colombia, Frederike sculpted the chocolate around a specifically created mesh that resembled the body of an original sporran design by Mackenzie Leather Goods, based in Edinburgh.

Frederike then created the knot work using a mathematical formula, as well as the detail on the front.

 

A CHOCOLATIER has created a wearable sporran made completely out of chocolate. Friederike Gower, who runs The Chocolate Tree in Haddington, East Lothian, with her husband Alastair Gower, spent an entire day fashioning the remarkable creation which is entirely edible bar the chain. Weighing in at 2kg the life-size accessory contains around 15 bars of premium chocolate. Anyone tempted to wolf down their sporran would probably have to get their kilt let out as it contains no fewer than 10,600 calories. Produced for National Chocolate Week in London earlier this month, the sporran was used in a chocolate themed fashion show.

Friederike Gower, who runs The Chocolate Tree in Haddington, East Lothian, with her husband Alastair Gower

Even the button on the front of the sporran is edible, having been sprayed with a special bronze colouring.

Alastair praised his wife’s remarkable dedication saying: “Friederike is really the talented one, it was all her with this one.

“You would not want to see one made by myself, this was all her.

“They asked us to do a whole bunch of stuff but we made the chocolate sporran and it has come out really well.

“There are plans to do more for the fashion show at National Chocolate Week next year.

“Now we have seen what is possible, Friederike has already got some big ideas for next year”

Alastair stressed the realistic recreation of the sporran, he said: “It was worn on the fashion show, so you could wear it.

A model poses with the chocolate sporran at the London event A CHOCOLATIER has created a wearable sporran made completely out of chocolate. Friederike Gower, who runs The Chocolate Tree in Haddington, East Lothian, with her husband Alastair Gower, spent an entire day fashioning the remarkable creation which is entirely edible bar the chain. Weighing in at 2kg the life-size accessory contains around 15 bars of premium chocolate. Anyone tempted to wolf down their sporran would probably have to get their kilt let out as it contains no fewer than 10,600 calories. Produced for National Chocolate Week in London earlier this month, the sporran was used in a chocolate themed fashion show.
A model poses with the chocolate sporran at the London event

“However, it does not open like a normal sporran so it would be primarily decorative”

The sporran will now take pride of place in the company’s shop on Edinburgh’s Bruntsfield Place.

Simon Harvey Potts, from Mackenzie Leather Goods, in Edinburgh, said: “I thought it was very impressive indeed.

“When Alastair rang me up and told me he had made a chocolate sporran, I did not know what to expect, but with Friederike’s mastery they have something which is incredibly impressive.

The Chocolate Tree factory on Haddington’s Knox Place will now be preparing for the festive rush.

Special chocolate baubles are being created, along with a special collection of chocolates with Christmas flavours.

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