Francois Doucet Assorted Chocolate Almonds

Description

These Francois Doucet chocolate pralines are a selection of roasted almonds grown in Provence, coated in three different chocolates to create a glossy mix of rich browns. The almonds are wrapped in a layer of gianduja which is a hazelnut and chocolate mix, then lightly spiced with a touch of cinnamon.

These chocolate pralines make a lovely gift to take to a host, or treat yourself and enjoy them with an after dinner coffee.

Francois Doucet is a French confectionery company who has been making exceptional pralines, jellies and chocolate treats for over 50 years. They are inspired by Provencale flavours and make their confections using nuts and fruits from Provence. The star of the show is Francois Doucet’s almond praline, which uses recipe that is over three centuries old.

Ingredients: Almonds 22%, sugar, hazelnuts from Southern France 11.5%, white chocolate 10% (sugar, cocoa butter, skimmed milk powder, anhydrous milk fat, emulsifier: soy lecithin, natural flavour of vanilla), cocoa butter, whole milk powder, milk chocolate 5% (sugar, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, whole milk powder, emulsifier: soy lecithin, natural flavour of vanilla), dark chocolate 5% (cocoa paste, sugar, cocoa butter, emulsifier: soy lecithin, natural flavour of vanilla), cocoa mass, concentrated butter (milk) (concentrated butter (milk), colouring, beta-carotene), coating agent: acacia gum and shellac, cinnamon, natural flavour of Bourbon vanilla, emulsifier: soy lecithin, salt, southern seasonings, sesame. May contain pecan nuts, gluten, eggs, sulphur dioxide. Allergens listed in bold.

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