2x Ganache à la framboise - T. Ch. Alix (ref. 38)
2x Praliné croustillant (ref.45)
2x Ganache Noisettes (ref. 58)
2x Caramel au beurre salé (ref. 49)
4x Praliné au riz soufflé (ref. 11)
2x Ganache noisette (ref. 21)
2x Ganache à l'orange (ref. 25)
2x Ganache à la pistache (ref. 44)
2x Ganache à la cacahuète - Cecile Massart (ref. 64)
1x Praliné au café (ref. 14)
Thick and pure hazelnut paste permeated with puffed rice makes this a crispy chocolate. It is decorated with a design featuring fine, lively flourishes.
An ideal breakfast accompaniment, with white chocolate coating a coffee-flavoured hazelnut paste. It is decorated with a motif featuring fine, lively flourishes.
Dark chocolate coating a thick and pure hazelnut paste, supplemented with light notes of orange and mint. It can be leisurely enjoyed after a meal (accompanying coffee).The design on the chocolate recalls an oriental arabesque.
Once bitten, the aroma of the hazelnuts literally takes possession of the nostrils. Simultaneously, the whole flavour of the hazelnut delicately permeates the chocolate, arousing the senses.
The naturally sweet flavour of the orange ganache contrasts with the discrete presence of the fruit’s bitterness and acidity. The milk chocolate coating further accentuates the sweetness.
The fruity raspberry flavor boosts the chocolate fondant and enhances the taste of it. This ganache is naturally a little sweet and fleshy.
The milk chocolate coating adds an extra layer of flavour to the sweetness of the pistachio. The ganache has a very pronounced flavour that remains in the mouth for a deliciously long time.
The secret of praline is its crunch. The hazelnut paste is as crunchy as the chocolate fondant is crispy.
The aroma of hazelnut will invade your senses from the very first bite. At the same time the nutty flavour delicately joins the chocolate to create a taste sensation.
Chocolate lovers will find this an irresistible after-dinner delight. The milk chocolate accentuates the sweetness of the ganache and contrasts the mild saltiness of the peanut.
The Breton origins of Sel de Guérande mingle with butter within this sweet casing. The liquid caramel melts in the mouth to make a very sophisticated sweet.