2x Mocha Caramel (ref.20)
2x Ginger Ganache (ref.37)
2x Ganache with banana (ref.63)
2x Salty butter caramel (ref.49)
2x Hazelnut Ganache (ref.21)
2x Chestnut Honey Ganache (ref.36)
2x Ganache with pistachio (ref.44)
2x Ganache with peanuts (ref.64)
2x Chocolate caramel (ref.62)
2x Cinnamon Ganache (ref. 24)
This fusion of the two beans, coffee and cocoa, is much celebrated. A volcanic eruption of the two roasted ingredients, in a flowing caramel of the kind we know and love!
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.
Instantly recognisable amongst all the spices, thanks to its unique aroma, cinnamon enchants this white chocolate, imparting a strong flavour to the ganache.
The taste buds come to life as they make contact with this blend of hazelnut paste and flower nectar, offset by a coating of dark chocolate. The surface texture of the chocolate recalls that of very tightly woven thread.
Fall flavors fully inhabit the praline. The hazelnut complements the chestnut honey, giving this ganache a persistent woody and full-bodied taste.
The clothing don’t make the praline! Candied ginger enhances the ganache and gives it a slightly tangy and fruity taste, which nicely contrasts with the bitterness of the chocolate fondant.
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.
Milk chocolate encloses a liquid chocolate caramel which runs out as you bite into the praline. They melt in your mouth to create the sweetest sensation.
The soft, sweet ganache is full of the flavours of exotic fruit. This praline smile will complement any dessert and bring any meal to a delicious climax.
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.