In anticipation of the World Chocolate Masters in Paris at the end of October, the Swiss contestant Geraldine Müller-Maras is refining her secret recipes. (SRF/swissinfo.ch)
The 38-year-old Müller-Maras will be representing Switzerland at the finals in the French capital from October 28 to 30.
Müller-Maras is currently director at the ‘Atelier du Chocolat’ at the Maison Cailler and was awarded her place in Paris by winning the Swiss Chocolate Masters back in January.
In Paris the 19 most talented chocolatiers and pastry chefs in the world will compete for the title of 2015 World Chocolate Masters. They will be competing by interpreting this year’s theme, 'Inspiration from Nature’ and presenting their concoctions to an international jury of celebrity chefs and chocolate masters.
The event is one of the leading global culinary competitions dedicated to the art of chocolate making. The competition, which began 10 years ago, takes place every two years.