1x Cocoa ganache (ref.16)
1x Hazelnut Ganache (ref.21)
1x Chestnut Honey Ganache (ref.36)
1x Ginger Ganache (ref.39)
1x Cognac Coffee Ganache (ref.34)
2x Nutmeg Ganache (ref.31)
2x Ganache with Pineau des Charentes (ref.65)
1x Coffee Praline (ref.14)
1x Cocoa ganache (ref.41)
1x Cinnamon Ganache (ref.35)
1x Roasted hazelnut ganache (ref.66)
1x Praliné crunch (ref.45)
1x Orange Caramel (ref.70)
1x Ganache with pepper (ref.46)
1x Salty butter caramel (ref.49)
1x Anis Ganache (ref. 8)
1x Puffed Rice Praline (ref.11)
1x Ganache with pistachio (ref.44)
1x Mocha caramel (ref.68)
As one of the benefits of anis is stimulation of the appetite, the sweetness of the chocolate can be enjoyed before a meal. Its fine and pervasive flavour will also aid with digestive problems.
Thick and pure hazelnut paste permeated with puffed rice makes this a crispy chocolate. It is decorated with a design featuring fine, lively flourishes.
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 ideal breakfast accompaniment, with white chocolate coating a coffee-flavoured hazelnut paste. It is decorated with a motif featuring fine, lively flourishes.
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.
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 soft and sweet tastes of milk chocolate are balanced with hazelnut paste infused with nutmeg, a very aromatic spice which has a taste somewhat similar to Cayenne pepper. The combination melts in your mouth.
While eating this treat its flavors are progressively released into your mouth. The unmistakable taste of milk chocolate is sublimated by a firm coffee ganache. This one is enriched with the fine taste of caramel. This is the “Crescendo” praline.
Most recognizable of all spices thanks to its particular aroma, cinnamon enhances the white chocolate praline. It gives the ganache a powerful taste.
Fall flavors fully inhabit the praline. The hazelnut complements the chestnut honey, giving this ganache a persistent woody and full-bodied taste.
Candied ginger enhances the ganache and gives it a slightly tangy and fruity flavor which delicately blends with the milk chocolate. The praline's shape was designed by Mysato, a Japanese artist
This praline is the epitome of chocolate with both its cocoa bean shape and its taste. The slightly bitter chocolate fondant filling is a delicious contrast with the sweetness of the white chocolate.
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 milk chocolate brings out the sweet subtlety of the Pineau combined with hazelnut in a firm ganache.
The aroma of hazelnut will invade your senses from the very first bite. At the same time the roasted nutty flavour delicately joins the chocolate to create a taste sensation.
This fusion of roasted coffee and cocoa beans is utterly delicious. The two ingredients create a volcanic eruption of flavour in a delicious liquid caramel.
As you bite into the praline, the liquid caramel, enriched with hints of delicately bitter orange, runs over the fine chocolate fondant.
The piquant, peppery notes of this ganache will surprise the taste buds and delight serious chocolate lovers.
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.