You can't say you've truly had the pleasure of eating chocolate until you've indulged in these Maison Boissier Crunchy Raspberry Pearls housed in a charming antique pink tin Parisian.
Delectable chocolate spheres in the shape of pearls are to be consumed without restraint in taste. Each chocolate pearl is so delicate that it dissolves in the mouth. Other chocolates are left in the dust when compared to Maison Boissier's Crunchy Raspberry Pearls.
From their location in Paris, Maison Boissier has been producing enchanted chocolates and other confections since 1827. This stunning antique pink tin Parisian adds to the overall quality of the presentation.
But you, just like the rest of us, are far more intrigued by the mystery contained within this tin! When you remove the top, you will find what can only be described as heavenly chocolate granules the size of tiny pearls. Each morsel is silky, buttery, and irresistibly inviting at the same time. When it comes to chocolate, everyone is in agreement that the French have the upper hand.
Whether you buy them for someone else or simply indulge in them for yourself, Maison Boissier never fails to impress!
Ingredients: sugar (45.7%), cocoa butter (31.7%), biscuit cereals (11.3%), wheat flour (6.76%), sugar (2.28 %), wheat malt (1.1%), wheat starch (0.5%), raising agent (0.3%), salt (0.2%), cocoa butter (0.1%), natural flavoring (0.06%), raspberry powder (10.1%), maltodextrin (0.5%), emulsifier: sunflower lecithin (0.5%), glazing agent: shellac (0.2%)
Allergens: wheat, nuts, milk, soya
Please note: This product is susceptible to melting at high temperatures. To ensure optimal quality upon arrival, we recommend purchasing an ice pack for added protection. Our terms and conditions state that we cannot guarantee the quality of chocolate and other melting products with standard shipping during warm weather, nor can we issue refunds or replacements for items that melt during transit. To avoid potential melting, please consider choosing 2-day or overnight shipping at checkout or shopping during cooler times.