After graduating from pastry training in Melbourne and coming back to Indonesia for good, I felt that there is lack of pastry institution that features modern pastry technique from International pastry chefs. This is where I came across Heavenly Sweets and that the courses that they offer really grab my interest.
During my time at Heavenly Sweets, I attended some of the classes featuring international chefs. As such, I attended Chef Antonio Bachour, Chef EJ and Chef Mampel class. In my opinion, the chefs have their own unique interpretation to create their sweets and desserts. EJ, for example, her creations feature classic flavour combination with a twist; be it in the presentation and technique that she adapted.
The highlight of Chef Bachour class was definitely the glazing part. In my opinion, he has one of the best glazing technique and recipe. It was like staring into a mirror; perfect with no blemishes.
To support the highly sophisticated pastry training materials, Heavenly Sweets also provides a complete and proper setup of the kitchen. With top-of-the-range equipment and complete range of tools and other equipment, learning can never be easier, in my opinion.
From time to time, Heavenly Sweets also organizes pastry gatherings; be it featuring newly-released products from one of the pastry suppliers or to the most-recent 6th anniversary of the school. These type of gatherings allow me to have a pastry community where I can share my passion and get to know others in the same industry.
Overall, my experience with Heavenly Sweets has never been less than spectacular.