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Elegance and refinement define this exquisite box presenting a large selection of ganaches and pralinés in dark and milk chocolate and luscious plain dark chocolate truffles.
Dark chocolate (cocoa paste, sugar, cocoa butter, emulsifier (soy lecithin), vanilla natural flavoring), milk chocolate (sugar, whole milk powder, cocoa butter, cocoa paste, barley malt extract, emulsifier (soy lecithin), vanilla natural flavoring), cream, sugar, almonds, hazelnuts, butter, invert sugar, raspberry (fruit, concentrate juice), blackcurrant puree, sweeteners (sorbitol, maltitol), glucose syrup, dextrose, lemon (peels, fruit, juice, concentrate, essential oil), passion fruit pulp and juice, cocoa powder, strawberry powder, wheat flour, mango pulp, coffee, spices, tea, salt, glazing agents (maltodextrin, lac gum), blackcurrant bud, natural flavorings (raspberry, lemon, toffee), acidity regulator (citric acid), colors (E100 curcumins, E120 cochineal extract, 160c paprika)
Cocoa content :
Dark chocolate contains : Cocoa solids 56% minimum. Milk chocolate contains : Cocoa solids 37% minimum - Milk solids : 26% minimum
May contain peanuts
Storage Information :
Keep in a dry and cool place (18°C/64°F)
Shelf life: 2 to 4 weeks
Dimensions (width, length, height) :
1.52 lb: 10.6 x 9.6 x 1.6 in
2.16 lb: 12 x 11 x 1.6 in
2.84 lb: 13.7 x 13.4 x 1.6 in
3.55 lb: 15.6 x 15.4 x 1.6 in
Our chocolates are best appreciated at room temperature.
We advise that you cut your chocolate in two and let it melt in the mouth to allow time for the flavors to develop.
When you are tasting several chocolates, it is best to start with a plain chocolate, then move on to flavored varieties: first those with fruits, then spices, then alcohol.
Caracas: Taste it with a dry white Château Gravelines.
Guayaquil: The flavors of this plain ganache are lifted by a 2000 Cotes de Py Foillard Burgundy.
Anastasia: Don Pedro Ximenez 1971 works beautifully with this chocolate.
Figaro: A dry Pays d'Oc Muscat, Domaine de Barroubio 2001,goes delightfully with this chocolate.
Rocher lait: This little rock is studded with toasted almonds, which are a perfect match for a subtly roasted Arabica coffee.
Jolika: Cherry and pistachios are perfect partners. Put this truth to the test by starting with a bite of sour cherry in eau de vie, then finish with the chocolate.
Quito: We recommend that you drink a large glass of black grape juice, not chilled, with this chocolate.
Liselotte: The gianduja's finely ground hazelnuts go well with a strong spirit such as aged sake.
Andalousie: La Maison des Trois Thés' (The House of Three Teas) Ji Chuan is tea perfect partner for this chocolate with its lemon accents.
Salvador: A Mi Lan Xiang tea from La Maison des Trois Thés (The House of Three Teas) complements this raspberry-suffused chocolate to perfection.
Cannelle: You can take it from Masters of Wine who advised us: the Sardinian wine Contini Vernaccia di Oristiano 1992 is perfectly suited to our cinnamon ganache.
Yoko: For a refreshing and harmonious partnership, try iced black tea with a subtle infusion, and our tea-flavored ganache.
Zagora: Our chocolate will reveal hidden depths of flavor alongside a Moroccan tea, prepared with an infusion of 7 types of fresh mint leaf.
Micaëla: Serve with a hot, frothy cappucino, lightly dusted with bitter chocolate.