1x Praliné au miel
1x Praliné Grand Marnier Menthe
1x Ganache Massepain Menthe
6x Miel de Châtaigne
2x Ganache à l'orange
1x Ganache cacao
1x Ganache noisette
1x Ganache pineau des Charentes
1x Ganache à la violette
1x Ganache réglisse
Chocolate of a crackly appearance surrounding a delicious ganache of Toulouse violet. The geometric form of the chocolate recalls the shape of the top of Juliette’s nose.
As you bite into Juliette’s dark eye, all the fresh flavours of Spring are released. The lily of the valley ganache melts in the mouth and brings the taste buds to life.
The high cocoa content of the chocolate brings out the sweet, subtle flavours of the wine in combination with the hazelnut. This chocolate is enlivened with an undulating, auburn design.
A chocolate with very pronounced, geometrical patterning, containing a thick, pure hazelnut paste. The paste is flavoured with honey and a wide variety of flowers.
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.
According to legend, Xocolatl, the language of the gods, was whispered in Romeo’s ear, and was a language he alone seemed to understand…the intensity of the chocolate is due to the presence of pure cocoa powder, assaulting the palate.
The sweetness of almond and the intensity of mint combine wonderfully to form a creamy, flavoursome mousse, contrasting with the dark chocolate coating. The intoxicating aroma of the mint rises into the sinuses to stimulate the olfactory sense.
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.
Extracted from strongly aromatic roots, liquorice naturally sweetens this firm ganache coated in milk chocolate. The taste persists on the surfaces of the lips.
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.
Fall flavors fully inhabit the praline. The hazelnut complements the chestnut honey, giving this ganache a persistent woody and full-bodied taste.