Pralinés Gift Box 16 chocolates Paris 2024

Assortment of homemade pralines with dried fruits coated in dark or milk chocolate, Art Déco Paris 2024 box design - Official Product under Paris 2024 License
Weight: 0.118kg
Dimensions : 12,2 cm x 8,5 cm x 3,3 cm
Home delivery in France
Click and collect in Paris
Messenger delivery in Paris and close suburbs

A few words about
our creations...

As crunchy as they are melting, particularly delicious, there is not one, but several recipes for House signature pralines which combine the incomparable taste of intense dried fruit notes mixed with dark or milk chocolate. Grilled, roasted, finely caramelized almonds and hazelnuts. Almond flakes, crushed hazelnuts, crepe lace, hint of salt crystals, coconut, pistachio, pecans, pumpkin seeds. Let yourself be surprised by the subtleties of the Art Deco Praline Box in the colors of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games and its assortment of iconic milk or dark, crunchy, crunchy... melting recipes!

  • Optimal consumption duration* : From 8 to 54 days
  • *Optimal duration of consumption as well as the date indicated on the back of the product are indicatives dates. However, we advise you to enjoy your chocolates sooner in order to benefit from all their smoothness.
  • Price per kilo: €220.34/kg
  • Storage temperature: 18 °C

In this box


Smooth almond hazelnut praliné and Gianduja hazelnuts.

Pecan praliné with silvers of caramelized pecans.

Milk chocolate almond hazelnut praliné, smooth and silky.

Milk chocolate praliné with silvers of crispy crêpes.

Almond hazelnut praliné with caramelized grated coconut.

Almond praliné, with silvers of caramelized almonds, roasted hazelnuts and pistachios and candied oranges. 

Hazelnut praliné with silvers of hazelnuts from Piedmont. 

Milk chocolate praliné with silvers of crispy crêpes.


Taste our chocolates at a room temperature of 20°C. Accompany your tasting with mineral water, in order to let the flavors of the chocolate express themselves at best. You can store our chocolates in a cool, dry place (18°C) in their original packaging, or in the bottom drawer of your refrigerator, after having protected your box in a paper or plastic bag (in the latter case, take the chocolates out 30 minutes before tasting them).


Sugar, dark chocolate (cocoa beans, sugar, cocoa butter, emulsifier (sunflower lecithin), natural flavouring (vanilla)), milk chocolate (sugar, whole milk powder, cocoa butter, cocoa beans, emulsifier (sunflower lecithin)), almonds, hazelnut, pecan nut, coconut, butter (milk), cocoa butter, cocoa beans, cocoa powder, pistachio, wheat flour (gluten), orange, whole milk powder, glucose syrup, salt, food colouring (curcumin), natural flavouring (vanilla), emulsifier (sunflower lecithin), almond powder, skimmed milk powder, barley malt, concentrate (radish, apple, blackcurrant), barley powder (gluten), vanilla
Milk chocolate contains: cocoa solids 37% minimum , Dark chocolate contains: cocoa solids 56% minimum

Nutritional values

Average nutritional values per 100g : Calories (Kcal) : 560, Calories (kJ) : 2325, Total Fat (g) : 38, Saturated Fat (g) : 15, Total Carbohydrate (g) : 43, Total sugar (g) : 40, Protein (g) : 8,5, Salt (g) : 0,10


This product contains

  • Nuts
  • Milk
  • Gluten

This product may contain

  • Soya
  • Peanut
  • Egg

Know-how and fine craftsmanship

Praline is one of the House signature flavors marked by a very pronounced taste of cooked caramel coating notes of intense dried fruits. In his mixture of fruit, covering and inclusion, Robert Linxe liked to push the cooking of the caramel, his only idea: to reduce the sugar as much as possible to retain only the taste of the fruit. The praline finds its balance between the dried fruits and the right cooking of the sugar. It is on a delicate variation in temperature of 16 then 21 degrees that everything depends. A technique where only experience allows you to detect the ultimate moment of taste, just before the dreaded pungency.