The Netflix original reality show has managed to awe its audience with showstopping chocolate pieces throughout its first run.
The show has by far outranked other competition series as the contestants got to soak up all the skills, they could learn rather than strive to be the best, only for low performers to be dropped after each episode.
How Has The School of Chocolate Been So Far?
As the name suggests, the eight episodes of this series showcase the contestants learning all the tricks of making chocolate pastries.
Under the guidance of the world-class chocolatier Amaury Guichon, all the pastry chefs compete head-to-head for the coveted Best in Class title. Unlike other shows where the underperformers are eliminated, this one gets to sit out the last two contestants in each episode as they watch the rest make jaw-dropping chocolate art.
The whole point of the series is to challenge the pastry chefs to think outside the box as they stretch their imagination to be more successful in their careers.
The eight pastry chef contestants include Amanda, Cedrick, Daniel, Juan, Mellissa, Stephanie, Thiago and Tyricia.
But at the end of the day, the show could only have one champion.
So, Who Was the Show’s Winner?
The show’s strongest performers were Juan and Mellissa, though Juan’s achievements were more profound. However, after putting their best foot forward, Juan earned the Best in Class title. Other perks of his title were $50,000 grand prize, the chance to tutor a global masterclass at the show host’s academy in Las Vegas, an invitation to the Charleston Food and Wine Festival to take part in a marquee event, face time with Cacao Berry chefs while at work and 500 pounds of the finest chocolate from Cacao Berry.
Get to experience emotion-filled moments packed in this Netflix original series.