Generation Bean to Bar 36pc

€39.90 Tax included

From the cocoa bean to the unsuspected flavors of chocolate.

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Rare are the chocolatiers who roast the cocoa beans themselves to create their own chocolate. In this way, they seek to sublimate the flavours of the precious cacaa beans and to personalise their chocolates. The 6 chocolatiers presented in this magnificent box are all part of this "bean to bar" generation.

In this luxury box, you will discover their six 'signature' chocolates. Flavoured with local products or home-roasted coffee, based on Latin American beans or inspired by the current season, these chocolates are sure to surprise you!

This chocolat box contains:

Pralines from Herman Van Dender
2 * Palet or Noir 2 * Pavé de Tour 2 * white almond

Pralines from François Deremiens
2 * Hemp 2 * Orval beer 2 * Pecan

Pralines from Frédéric Blondeel
2 * Coffee 2 * Simonis 2 * Hazelnut

Pralines from Thibaut Legast
2 * Peanut 2 * Black Caramel 2 * Pistachio

Pralines from David Van Acker (Zuut)
2 * Cashew 2 * Nougat de Montélimar 2 * Pistachio

Pralines from David Maenhout (Chocolatier M)
2 * Héritage 2 * Lemon Thyme 2 * Feuilletine

Ingredients and allergens:

Mass of cocoa, cocoa butter, hazelnuts, coffee, almonds, pecans, hemp, rice-soufflé, pistachios, peanuts, nougat cream, nougat, cashew nuts, lemon thyme, barley, sugar, liquid cream, butter, glucose, milk powder, soy sauce, Orval beer, wheat flour, starch syrup, eggs, baking powder, honey, salt, thickened, wheat fiber, sunflower oil, grape seed oil, malt extract, sodium bicarbonate, sorbitol, dextrose, trimoline, gluten, colorants, acid: E330, preservative: E202, emulsifiers: sunflower lecithin E471, soy lecithin, flour treatment agents: E1100 E300, candy syrup, vanilla.
Possible traces of sesame.

 

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Storage It is recommended not to put the chocolates in the fridge. The ideal is to keep them between 15 and 18 degrees in a dry place.
Did you know? The chocolate becomes white when it undergoes a strong temperature variation (more than 7 degrees). Nevertheless, this does not alter the taste.

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