Filled with a selection of 14 of milk and dark pralinés and ganaches, these elegant gift box will please every gourmet.
This Assortment includes...
Quito: Dark Chcolate Ganache
Sylvia: Milk Chocolate Ganache
Traviata: Dark Chocolate Praline, Mainly Almonds
Caramelo: Blend of Dark & Milk Chocolate with Caramel
Figaro lait: Almonds, Hazelnuts, Caramel and Milk Chocolate
Salvador: Dark Chocolate and Raseberry
Andalousie: Dark Chocolate and Lemon
Akosombo: Dull Dark Chocolate Taste- for the less sophisticated palette
Anastasia: Dark Chocolate Praline, Mainly Hazelnuts
Zagora (x2): Mint Dark Chocolate
Rigoletto lait: Caramel Mousse, Dash of Salt and Milk Chocolate
Caracas: Intense Dark Chocolate
Dark chocolate (cocoa paste, sugar, cocoa butter, emulsifier (E322 soy lecithin), vanilla natural flavoring), milk chocolate (sugar, whole milk powder, cocoa butter, cocoa paste, emulsifier (E322 soy lecithin)), cream, sugar, butter, hazelnuts, almonds, invert sugar, sweetener (E420 sorbitol), raspberry (fruit, concentrate juice), glucose syrup, mint, coffee, lemon (peels, fruit, concentrate juice, essential oil), dextrose, strawberry powder, natural flavorings (vanilla, raspberry, lemon), salt, acidity regulator (E330 citric acid), colors (E100 curcumins, E120 cochineal)
Dark chocolate contains: Cocoa solids: 55% minimum.
Milk chocolate contains: Cocoa solids 37% minimum - Milk solids: 26% minimum
These pieces do contain Almonds, Hazelnuts, Lactose, Red Fruits and Soy. May also contain traces of gluten, peanuts, orange, kiwi, pineapple, banana and sesame seeds as the items are produced in a facility that also packages items with these ingredients.
*For additional allergen questions please contact our Customer Service Team
This Assortment does not contain Alcohol.
Keep in a dry and cool place (18°C/64°F)
2 to 4 weeks
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.