AxeSickle 4PCS Mini Coffee Beans Chocolate Mold Silicon Mold Small Candy Mold, Hard Candy Mold, Baking Mold DIY Cake Decorating.
|Color||Mini coffee beans|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||7.09 x 4.61 x 1.1 inches|
|Item Weight||0.35 Pounds|
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- About the size 7.3" x 4.3" x 0.5" inch, cavities:0.4" x 0.6" x 0.5" inch.
- DYI Mould Making Chocolate etc.
- It is easy to release chocolate from the mold.
- Essential baking mold Set of 4.
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The mold a bit soft, If you need a more sturdy support when transfer or move, you can put it on a tray.
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I bought these to make coffee bean embeds (melt and pour) for a coffee-flavored soap (cold process). I love them, but I do take half a star off for the fact that they're *way* too deep to be a decent bean. But since I'm making small batches, it's not a real hardship to spend the time cutting the beans down (anywhere from 2/3 to 1/2 way down the bean works best, I've found). Although I read the dimensions, the sheets looked a little smaller than I expected. If you're going to be doing *a* *lot* of beans, consider ordering a second three-pack.
-Release easily. I eventually ended up adapting a chocolate-pouring technique (the one for sealing the bottom of your bonbons: you just pour over and scrape over the top of the mold to evenly distribute; you've got to watch for air bubbles, but if you know you're going to have to trim your beans anyway, it's an efficient method).
-Versatile: I can think of a lot of things to do with an oval embed this small. Even if I have to do a little strategic trimming with a knife, I think the wider application is worth a little extra time.
-Being so small, they set up fairly quickly.
-A little difficult to clean, since the cavities are so small. It's easy to miss spots.
-The sheets were a bit smaller than I expected (but when I measured them to be sure, they were exactly as big as they were supposed to be).
-It took me some time to figure out an efficient way to fill these things, since the cavities are so small, without making a big old honking mess. You may need to experiment to find something that works for you.
-The molds are deeper than the average bean, so unless you only partially fill them (a technique I found to be frustratingly hit and miss), your aesthetic sense may require trimming them down to size.
Still, these cons are very minor things, and if you're like me and don't believe in putting useless decorations on your soap, then this is a good idea for when you want coffee beans... that don't end up in the bathroom garbage can.
Bottom line: It works, it’s very affordable, but expect a VERY thin, overly pliable product.
By Roxanne on December 5, 2018
If you are making the capsules like I did I would highly recommend placing parchment paper between layers as one set, for some reason, froze to the bottom of the tray on top of it. Not a big deal, I just pull them off but to some this might be frustrating.