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fla4ors
@fla4ors
06/22/15 11:14:25PM
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I live in Asia, where its like 29/32 degrees most of the time

I want to chcocolate cover coffee beans (I aleady sell coffee here, so the beans are no problem) I'm doing this in bulk and have the twirlo coating machine

The problem I DO have is the heat, with the cocolate melting when I transport from the unit to the shops, and with the melting when customers pick them up............ so I'm guessing a confectioners glaze should be applied?
I'm trying to locate that glaze here,

Can anyone give any tips/hints, advice so as I dont have to make the mistakes BEFORE hand Wink

 

Thank you

Gap
@gap
06/22/15 11:27:07PM
182 posts

I've used the Twirlo machine with Capol glaze (Capol 254) and lacquer (Capol 425). The glaze makes it shiny, the lacquer "locks it in" and seals it. I was working in 14C conditions though in the kitchen . . . so very different to yours. 

See if you can find your local Capol representative - they do a lot of different products to suit a lot of different conditions. They might have something better suited for where you live.

fla4ors
@fla4ors
06/23/15 12:28:10AM
2 posts

Cheers

 

Thank you

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