Here at Envireau Water, we are a fun loving group who are always up for a challenge, and if there’s a chance to combine this with our love of cake then you can guarantee that we’re going to be 100% involved!
If you are a member of the The Geological Society, it is without a doubt that you will have heard of the renowned Great British GeoBake-Off! This annual national baking competition sees entrants going head to head, creating magnificent geology based cakes. The bakers with the best interpretations of a 10 part challenge list of geological features, are rewarded one of the legendary aprons, as well as the respect and admiration of the entire geological community.
Envireau Water’s Anna and Leanne fully embraced this year’s competition by baking not just one, but two of the geological features. Firstly, the Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park and secondly the Darvaza Gas Crater (AKA the Door to Hell) in Turkmenistan.
The excessive use of candles in the Door to Hell creation obviously paid off, as Envireau Water were titled the winners in this category. Watch a short behind the scenes video featuring all the action below:
You can read the full write up of the competition on the Geological Society website. We particularly appreciate the special shout-out at the end of the blog for, well, our sheer enthusiasm!
Are you interested in being part of our fun and enthusiastic team? Envireau Water is currently recruiting!