Chocolate "Ameri" French Truffles "Royal Purple", 250 g
Reviews of purchase "Ameri" French Truffles "Royal Purple", 250 g
The color of the chocolates is brown, matte.
The taste of sweets is classic, truffle, with pleasant tones of chocolate.
Sweet tones of cocoa and vanilla dominate in the fragrance of sweets.
Candy is recommended to serve with wine, hot cappuccino, tea or coffee.
In December 1895, the chocolatier Louis Dufour of Savoy was looking for a recipe for a new chocolate candy. His pastry shop was going through hard times, and Louis did not have enough raw materials to make the usual assortment of sweets. To avoid the dishonor of the empty counter before Christmas, the confectioner mixed the remaining cream, vanilla and cocoa, formed miniature balls, dipped them in melted chocolate and sprinkled with cocoa powder. So the chocolate truffle was born, which became popular all over the world.
In the elegant, French-style box "Ameri" Truffettes de France, there are truffle candies sprinkled with a thin layer of cocoa. These delicacies demonstrate a classic, favorite by many chocolate taste, subduing with tender sweetness and contrasting with it light cocoa bitterness. Truffles "Ameri" In Paris, optimally reveal the taste in combination with black coffee or dessert wine.
Net weight: 250 grams.
The French confectionery company Chocmod is focused on the creation of chocolate truffles, including the "Ameri" brand. The company was founded in 1948 in the city of Tourcoing, in O-de-France. At that time the company was called Chocolate and Modern Candy, it was managed to take Detomb. Thanks to their commitment to their favorite confectionery business, the company quickly moved beyond the borders of the region. Already in the early 80's, she was named Shokmod and became an international exporter of chocolate truffles. The year 1995 was marked by the erection of a factory in Ronk, and seven years later the office of Chocmod was opened in the USA. In 2009, the company covered markets in 45 countries. In 2011, the Shokmod plant was opened in Montreal, Canada.