Bryn Kirk, Course Facilitator at CUO
While most people attend a university for a degree in law, medical, public relations, history and others, there are people on the Internet mastering the art of chocolate.
No, I am not talking about culinary school, I am talking about Chocolate University Online.
The website entices students to become a chocolate expert and welcomes chocolate lovers and chocoholics to learn about the science and the art that is required to produce chocolate morsels and the oozing goodness people can’t help but crave.
The university offers lessons and tasting sessions to help you become a “chocolate snob”, understand the difference of milk and dark flavors, learn how the cacao bean contributes to the production of chocolate, and most importantly, impress your friends and family with your new-found expertise.
The program is $4.95 for the first month and $14.95 per month after that. Your first lesson downloads to your computer instantly and continues in a weekly PDF file.
The program has been receiving rave reviews! William from Georgia said their “flavor Attributes of Chocolate” presentation was a great success! It was informative, entertaining and interactive with the audience. I certainly learned more than I ever had before about chocolate.“
Will you try the program? Or are you more likely to want to try a program to become a wineconnoisseur?