Polar Circle Boîte Maison
For Christmas, the emblematic Boîte Maison has a design with a poetic figurative universe in pastel colors.
It offers a wide selection of ganaches, assorted praline, tasty plein dark chocolate truffles and an exclusive recipe: a Madagascar grand cru ganache with acidulated and spicy notes.
Shelf-life: 10 to 26 days.
Prix au kilo: €173.16/kg.
Weight: 693 gr.
Dimensions: 27 x 24,5 x 4 cm
Ingredients: dark chocolate (cocoa paste, sugar, cocoa butter, emulsifier (E322 SOY lécithin), vanilla natural flavouring), MILK chocolate (sugar, whole MILK powder, cocoa butter, cocoa paste, emulsifier (E322 SOY lecithin), vanilla natural flavouring), cream (MILK), sugar, ALMONDS, HAZELNUTS, butter (MILK), cocoa paste, glucose syrup, invert sugar, PISTACHIOS, water, cocoa butter, texturizer (sorbitol), blackcurrant pureee, raspberry, passion fruit juice and pulp, cocoa powder, enzyme (invertase), dextrose, mango pulp, lemon peels, wheat flour (GLUTEN), orange concentrate, oranges, strawberry powder, whole MILK powder, lemon, lemon juice, orange peels, flavors (kirsch cherry, PISTACHIOS, vanilla natural flavouring, raspberry natural flavouring, orange essential oil, lemon essential oil, lemon natural flavouring), lemon juice concentrate, salt, blackcurrant buds, skimmed MILK powder, glazing agents (maltodextrin, lac gum (E904 shellac)), acidity regulator (E330 citric acid), vanilla pods, raspberry juice concentrate, food colouring (E100 curcumin, E160b annatto, beetroot juice powder), barley malt extract (GLUTEN), emulsifier (E322 SOY lecithin), backing powder (E500ii bicarbonate de sodium).
Dark chocolate contains : Cocoa solids 58% minimum. Milk chocolate contains : Cocoa solids 37% minimum - Milk solids : 26% minimum.
Keep in a dry and cool place (18°C / 64°F).
May contain peanut, egg and sesame.
Our chocolates are best appreciated at room temperature. We advise that you cut your chocolate in two and let it melt in the mouth to allow time for the flavors to develop. When you are tasting several chocolates, it is best to start with a plain chocolate, then move on to flavored varieties: first those with fruits, then spices, then alcohol.