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Star Anise from China

Description

Dark chocolate with Star Anise from China. Marco Polo kept a long time secret of this rare spice, appreciated in China since more than 11 century before JC,. This fruit with the form of a star with 8 branches, very appreciated at the imperial court of Russia at the 18th century, has the evocative taste of fennel and anise, and its penetrating perfume makes think of liquorice.

Net weight: 70 g
Package dimensions: 130x75x20mm
Ref. number: FG00284

Pink berries from bahia

Description

Dark chocolate with Pink Berries of Bahia. Pink berries have a sweet and aromatic flavour, slightly peppery and a little bit hot. The Indians of South America made a drink with them to relieve urinary problems. Cultivated in Reunion and Brazil, pink berries add an enticing peppery scent to Mediterranean dishes.

Net weight: 70 g
Package dimensions: 130x75x20mm
Ref. number: FG00285

cinnamon from ceylon

Description

Dark chocolate with Cinnamon from Ceylon. In the New Testament, cinnamon was regarded as more valuable than gold. Known since antiquity, it was used by the Egyptians in the process of embalming. It is ideal in a variety of desserts, and this spice, from the bark of a small tree, is rich in fibres, contains antioxidants, and is good for health.

Net weight: 70 g
Package dimensions: 130x75x20mm
Ref. number: FG00286

cardamom from malabar

Description

Dark chocolate with Cardamom from Malabar. Discovered on the Malabar coast, cardamom is considered the queen of spices in India. Cleopatra used cardamom to perfume her palace during visits from Roman general Mark Antony. Originating from Sri Lanka and the East Indies, its pods release a special perfume which is powerful and slightly biting while the flavour is lemony, and reminiscent of eucalyptus. Cardamom makes the digestion easier.

Net weight: 70 g
Package dimensions: 130x75x20mm
Ref. number: FG00287

Ginger from goa

Description

Dark chocolate with Ginger from Goa. In ancient China, 500 years BCE, Confucius always had ginger on his table. Ginger has a fresh, sharp, pungent, lemony flavour. In the 18th century, Arabs used it to increase their fertility. It has the reputation of being an aphrodisiac, having calming powers, and being anti-inflammatory.

Net weight: 70 g
Package dimensions: 130x75x20mm
Ref. number: FG00288

Pepper from Sishuan

Description
Dark chocolate with Sishuan's Pepper. Traditionally known in central China and Japan, the cultivation of Sishuan pepper appeared in Europe in the 19th century thanks to botanists. With its rich perfume evoking the East, its flavour is powerful and aromatic, and possesses a slightly lemony, woody note. Sichuan pepper is not related to common black pepper.
Net weight: 70 g
Package dimensions: 130x75x20mm
Ref. number: FG00289

pepper from jamaïca

Description

Dark chocolate with Allspice from Jamaica. Well before the arrival of conquistadores in the Caribbean, the Mayas used this spice for embalming their bodies. Christopher Columbus brought it back from Jamaica to the court of Spain. Allspice of Jamaica has flavours of clove and cinnamon with a slightly hot touch.

Net weight: 70 g
Package dimensions: 130x75x20mm
Ref. number: FG00290

Lemongrass from sri lanka

Description
Dark chocolate with Lemongrass from Sri Lanka. A traditional ingredient in the cuisines of South East Asia and the South of India, lemongrass has been well-known since the time of ancient Egypt. Its pleasant perfume and soft flavour bring relaxation, aid digestion, and relieve pain.
Net weight: 70 g
Package dimensions: 130x75x20mm
Ref. number: FG00291

peppermint from mekong

Description
Dark chocolate with Peppermint of Mekong. Archaeologists have found the dried leaves of peppermint dating from the first millennium BCE in the pyramids of Egypt. Hippocrates and Aristotle employed peppermint as an anaphrodisiac for its calming and anaesthetic properties. And the essential oil of peppermint has long been used for its invigorating, strengthening and digestive qualities.
Net weight: 70 g
Package dimensions: 130x75x20mm
Ref. number: FG00292

Lavender from andalusia

Description
Dark chocolate with Lavender from Andalusia. Lavender comes from the western Mediterranean, and was used by the Romans to freshen linens and perfume the bath. In India, lavender is valued for its medicinal effects, including anti-depressive properties. In Europe, it is also used for its healing, disinfecting and invigorating qualities.
Net weight: 70 g
Package dimensions: 130x75x20mm
Ref. number: FG00293

rose from damas

Description
It is said that Sir Robert de Brie credit have reported this plant from Persia on his return from the Crusades in the twelfth century. Its name refers to the city of Damascus, an important city in the region and today this rose still lives spontaneously in Syria and the Caucasus. Damascus roses are known for their delicate fragrance. They are grown for the production of Rose oil used in perfumery and rose water used in the Middle East for fine pastry. Enjoying our dark chocolate damask rose, fine flavor, fragrant and discrete palace will take you within the confines of the region of a thousand and one nights.
Net weight: 70 g
Package dimensions: 130x75x20mm
Ref. number: FG00294

violet from toulouse

Description
The culture of Violette had its heyday in the early 20 th century in the region of Toulouse which had more than 600 producers. Petals purple crystallized sugar used in baking in the nineteenth century. Perfumes and liquors are made from flowers Violet. This delicate flower fragrance natural violet combines perfectly with dark chocolate Zaabär.
Net weight: 70 g
Package dimensions: 130x75x20mm
Ref. number: FG00295

jasmine from China

Description
Jasmine is with rose, one of the two queens flowers of French perfumery. Its name comes from the Persian “yasaman”. The main producer of jasmine has always been China, where it is used to flavor tea. To obtain an absolute jasmine oil kilogram should be collected about seven million flowers. Cleopatra would have gone to meet Antony in a boat whose sails were coated with essence of jasmine.
Net weight: 70 g
Package dimensions: 130x75x20mm
Ref. number: FG00296

Pecan nuts from Taos

Description

Dark chocolate with pecan nuts from Taos.

Net weight: 70 g
Package dimensions: 130x75x20mm
Ref. number: FG00297

pistachios from cappadoce

Description
Dark chocolate with Pistachios from Cappadocia. Pistachios were known in Asia Minor 6000 years BCE, and were rediscovered during the Persian Empire and the time of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. The nut is a small seed, of a greenish color and soft, delicate flavour, which develops within a hard shell that opens when the fruit is ripe. Pistachios are an excellent source of potassium, copper and magnesium.
Net weight: 70 g
Package dimensions: 130x75x20mm
Ref. number: FG00298

tonka beans

Description
Dark chocolate with Tonka Bean. Still largely unknown in Europe, the tonka bean comes from South America. Its taste of sweet almond or hay goes deliciously with chocolate. The tonka bean also contains spicy notes of honey and caramel, and has been used as a substitute for vanilla. This is a flavour waiting to be discovered.
Net weight: 70 g
Package dimensions: 130x75x20mm
Ref. number: FG00299

chili pepper from texas

Description
Milk chocolate with Chili Pepper from Texas. Part of the human diet in the Americas since centuries, the chili pepper is used in Tex-Mex and also Asian food.
Net weight: 70 g
Package dimensions: 130x75x20mm
Ref. number: FG00300

salt from guerande

Description
Milk Chocolate with Guerande Salt. The Guerande sea salt, with a subtle taste, contains all the richnesses of the sea, of which magnesium, potassium and calcium.
Net weight: 70 g
Package dimensions: 130x75x20mm
Ref. number: FG00301

curry from madras

Description
White chocolate with Curry Madras. Originating from Sri Lanka, the “kari”, Indian dish, will give the international name of “curry”, a spices mix.
Net weight: 70 g
Package dimensions: 130x75x20mm
Ref. number: FG00302

meringue

Description
Dark chocolate with Meringue. The Meringue is a type of dessert made from whipped egg whites and powdered sugar. Some meringue recipes call for adding a binding agent such as cream of tartar or the cornstarch found in confectioner's sugar.
Net weight: 70 g
Package dimensions: 130x75x20mm
Ref. number: FG00303

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