La Maison Du Chocolat Grenat Hatbox

La Maison Du ChocolatGrenat Hatbox

Shipping:  $32.00
Shipping:  $32.00

Online Inquiries: NMF20_HBMQW   |  Store Inquiries: #2769946

  • Hatbox filled with an exquisite collection of celebrated chocolate assortments.
  • Gift box filled with Fine Champagne Cognac truffles.
  • Box of orangettes: long strips of rind slowly candied for two weeks. Supple and translucent, with the essence of fruit and liberated from the excess of sugar, they are delicately enrobed in a fine layer of dark chocolate.
  • Coffret Maison assorted chocolate box: Elegance and refinement define this exceptional gift box presenting a large selection of ganaches and pralinés in dark and milk chocolate, and luscious plain dark chocolate truffles.
  • Elegant round gift box of 20 Rochers, milk and dark chocolate pralinés.
  • Chocolate bar testing set includes one each of:
    • Cuana: 74% cocoa, intense and robust dark chocolate bar.
    • Akosombo: 68% cocoa, dark chocolate bar intense with notes of roasted coffee.
    • Orinoco: 60% cocoa, round and floral dark chocolate bar.
    • Marao: 60% cocoa, associating the intensity of dark chocolate and the sweetness of almonds.
    • Monsera: 37% cocoa, milk chocolate bar with pronounced notes of cacao.
  • Gift box of nine whipped praliné twigs, available in three exquisite recipes.
    • Dark chocolate praliné crêpe dentelle (three pieces): pure whipped hazelnut praliné with silvers of crispy crêpes enrobed in dark chocolate.
    • Dark chocolate praliné caramelized biscuit (three pieces): whipped praliné with almonds and hazelnuts with slivers of caramelized biscuits, enrobed in dark chocolate.
    • Milk chocolate praliné roasted coconut (three pieces): whipped almond praliné with roasted, caramelized grated coconut, enrobed in milk chocolate.
  • 13.2"W x 10"D x 5.9"T.
  • Shelf life: 3-4 weeks.
  • Made in France.

Allergen Information: Contains dairy, soy, and tree nuts. May contain traces of nuts, milk and egg proteins, gluten and peanut.
About La Maison du Chocolat:
(see jpgs with info)In 1977, Robert Linxe launched the first Paris boutique devoted entirely to chocolate, where he was quickly dubbed "The Wizard of Ganache." La Maison du Chocolat's logo pays homage to a tool of the Indians, the metate, which is used to grind cocoa beans with a rolling stone.


To ensure freshness, perishables cannot be delivered on Sat, Sun, Mon, or Holidays. Please select a date on which you would like to receive this item by clicking on the calendar icon below.