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Traceys Cakes Polycarbonate Champagne Bottle Mould for chocolate or pastillage

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Polycarbonate Champagne Bottle Mould for use with chocolate or to dry pastillage in.

Long lasting, good quality mould

Strong mould with clips to hold the mould together once the chocolate has been poured into the mould to set.

For use with Belgian Chocolate. Each bottle requires approx 400g chocolate to make it solid, it can also be made hollow in that case the bottle will only require approx 300g chocolate

Bottle size - 21.5cm in height, 6.5 cm at the widest point

 

Clip the mould together, simply melt some Belgian Chocolate and pour into the mould until it is completely coated, leave to dry in the fridge for approx 15-20mins.

Remove from the fridge, undo the clips and a chocolate champagne bottle is created ready for placing onto a cake, as a gift, or paint with cocoa butter and edible dusting colours to customise.

Easy to use. Hand washing the bottle mould in hot soapy water is recommended rather than a dishwasher to prolong the longevity of the product

The bottle is equivalent in size to a 20cl champagne bottle and fits perfectly onto cakes or as a separate gift.

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