1x Ganache au muguet (ref. 2)
2x Gianduja fondant (ref. 42)
1x Ganache thé Earl Grey (ref. 59)
3x Praliné lait (ref. 12)
2x Gianduja Blanc (ref. 7)
2x Crême Manon (ref.48)
1x Ganache Jasmin (ref. 3)
1x Caramel au beurre salé (ref. 49)
1x Ganache moka blanc (ref. 17)
1x Ganache à la violette lait (ref. 1)
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.
A chocolate evocative of a shining head of golden hair, giving way to a subtle blend of chocolate and jasmine.
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.
Like a culinary delicacy, the flavours of gianduja melt away in the mouth, revealing a blend of fine hazelnut paste and rich cream.
Milk chocolate coating a thick, pure hazelnut paste. The more traditional allows lets you enjoy it as a delectable pleasure throughout the day. The design on the chocolate represents an oriental arabesque.
An opaque eye of white chocolate coating a creamy ganache of subtle flavour, though nevertheless accentuated with moka, recalling the celebrated upmarket coffee. This chocolate will bring sweetness and delicacy to your coffee break.
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 a good walnut is to wrap it in praline. The sleek lines of the Crème Manon make it unique. You will be enchanted by this delightful blend of voluptuous crème fraîche and the familiar taste of walnut.
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.
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.