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Name that mold!


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2 hours ago, Pastrypastmidnight said:

If it’s not, it’s almost identical—thanks! 

 

Now, does anyone know anybody who sells JKV molds in the US? ;)

US Office
C. Ian Mackenzie
1438 Soquel Avenue
Santa Cruz, CA 95062
U.S.A.
ian@jkvnl.com

 

We haven't had a lot of luck getting molds we wanted from him in the past - when I've wanted JKV molds in the past I've ordered them directly and had them shipped. Don't know if they will ship to the US cause they have a distributor or just to Canada where they don't.

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16 hours ago, Kerry Beal said:

US Office
C. Ian Mackenzie
1438 Soquel Avenue
Santa Cruz, CA 95062
U.S.A.
ian@jkvnl.com

 

We haven't had a lot of luck getting molds we wanted from him in the past - when I've wanted JKV molds in the past I've ordered them directly and had them shipped. Don't know if they will ship to the US cause they have a distributor or just to Canada where they don't.

Kerry, seriously, is there anything chocolate you don’t know? Thanks!

10 hours ago, curls said:

Ditto what Kerry said about attempting to contact the US JKV distributor. I haven’t yet tried ordering directly from JKV but I’ve considered it a few times. 

 

@Pastrypastmidnight if you find a way to order the moulds, please share.

Will do!

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8 minutes ago, pastrygirl said:

Here’s an easy one, I hope ... which manufacturer is it that has the little whale symbol? Pavoni, martellato, or another Italian company? 

Cabrellon

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55 minutes ago, no10 said:

Does anyone know what mold Stick With Me Sweets uses to make their bon bons?

 

 

For a 4x8 configuration I suspect it's a Chocolate World cherry (https://chocolateworld.be/winkel/moulds/frame-moulds/CW2116), or  perhaps a Hans Brunner (https://www.brunnershop.com/en/Frame-Moulds/Moulds-for-Pralines/Round-pralines/Ball-praline.html). Some manufacturers only produce the cherries in a 3x8 configuration.

 

if you're in the US, Tomric and/or BakeDeco should be able to get these for you.

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9 hours ago, no10 said:

Does anyone know what mold Stick With Me Sweets uses to make their bon bons?

 

 

Pretty sure we've looked at this before and determined which one it was. For sure it's a CW mold

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