3x Ganache à la framboise - T. Ch. Alix (ref. 38)
6x Praliné croustillant (ref.45)
6x Gianduja fondant (ref. 42)
3x Ganache Noisettes (ref. 58)
3x Caramel au beurre salé (ref. 49)
3x Ganache à la violette fondant (ref. 51)
3x Ganache thé Earl Grey (ref. 59)
3x Th. Chotteau - Caramel chocolat (ref. 67)
3x Ganache thé aux fruits rouges (ref. 56)
1x Ganache spéculoos (ref. 32)
Carefully measured amounts of rose fragrance have been added by master chocolatiers to satisfy the most discerning palates. Crystallised Damask rose petals add a pleasant surprise as the chocolate is enjoyed.
An “explosion of flavors” would be the nickname of the chocolate-flavored sweetness coating a ganache with speculoos, a "par excellence" specialty Belgian cookie. Its taste is enhanced by a touch of cinnamon and brown sugar.
The fruity raspberry flavor boosts the chocolate fondant and enhances the taste of it. This ganache is naturally a little sweet and fleshy.
A real delight where the flavours of gianduja melt in the mouth to reveal a fine hazelnut paste mixed with a smooth cream.
The secret of praline is its crunch. The hazelnut paste is as crunchy as the chocolate fondant is crispy.
A flower of crisp chocolate fondant envelopes a soft ganache rich with the flavour of Toulouse violet.
The ganache has been infused with red berry tea (made with strawberry, raspberry, red gooseberry, blackberry and cherry) giving it a hint of pink and a sweet fruity flavour which is then coated in chocolate fondant. This praline is the perfect accompaniment to your breakfast or tea time snack.
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.
The milk chocolate covered ganache has been infused with Earl Grey tea to give it a slightly amber colour and a distinctive flavour. This praline is the perfect breakfast or teatime accompaniment.
As you bite through the praline, liquid chocolate caramel runs deliciously over the fine chocolate fondant.
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.