The Art of Chocolate

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There are a thousand and one ways to shape the bean. These innovative and exceptional chocolatiers demonstrate this to you by offering you their chocolate creations. Select your chocolate box size between 18, 36 or 54 pralines.

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Apart from their fascination for chocolate, Mélanie Lemmens (Carré Noir), Pieter Vaes (The Cacao Project) and Ariqua Denis share the same passion: the search for innovative flavours. These craftsmen, who master the alchemy of the cocoa bean, are honoured to marry the bean with many unexpected ingredients, such as Earl Grey tea, lemon myrtle or Sichuan pepper.

The pralines proposed in this box are the result of a long elaboration of original and complex recipes and the search for a perfect balance between chocolate and spices that the chocolate maker has carefully selected for your pleasure. 

Only patience and perseverance allow the creation of these sublime pralines ... All the Art of chocolate!

This chocolat box contains (depending on your selection):


Pralines of Mélanie Lemmens (Carré Noir)
2, 4 or 6 * cashew nuts 2, 4 or 6 * passion fruit caramel 2, 4 or 6 * Sichuan pepper

Pralines of Peter Vaes (The Cacao Project)
2, 4 or 6 * lemon myrtle 2, 4 or 6 * malt 2, 4 or 6 * cacao with Habanero's chili

Pralines of Ariqua Denis
2, 4 or 6 * old-fashioned hazelnoot praliné  2, 4 or 6 * Salted butter caramel 2, 4 or 6 * Earl Grey tea

Ingredients and allergens:

Cocoa mass, cocoa butter, sugar, almonds, hazelnuts, butter, fresh cream, glucose, glycerol, sorbitol, Earl Grey tea, salt, sesame, whole milk, crispy rice, chili habanero, malt, lemon myrtle, sancho berry, cane sugar, corn oil, natural vanilla, passion fruit, cashew nuts, trimoline, Sichuan pepper, salt, sunflower lecithin, soya lecithin. Possible traces of gluten and eggs.

18 pralines
 

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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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