The Blue Hour Gift Box 16 chocolates

Holiday gift box with four original ganache and praliné creations.

Weight: 0.116kg
Dimensions : 16,5 cm x 16,5 cm x 3,4 cm
Home delivery in France
Click and collect in Paris
Messenger delivery in Paris and close suburbs

A few words about
our creations...

In the Parisian blue hour, four creations put the spotlight on incredible flavors. The Blue Hour Gift Box unleashes the unexpected on our palate. First a rare cacao, pure Colombia 60%, particularly fine with woody, floral and feminine notes. Timut pepper from Nepal with accents of acidulous fruity raspberries. Then, an almond paste totally “hazelnut” delicately roasted and honeyed and last but not least, a praliné with slivers of roasted Koshihikari brown rice.  With its ephemeral beauty, the Blue Hour invites us to truly experience the unexpected.

*The composition of our boxes may vary.

  • Shelf life: 10 to 26 days
  • Price per kilo: €258.62/kg
  • Storage temperature: 16 °C

In this box


  • x1 Cristal

    Almond Hazelnut praliné with crushed hazelnuts and grains of Maldon Sea Salt. 

  • x1 Figaro Lait

    Milk chocolate almond hazelnut praliné, smooth and silky.

  • x1 Grain Dentelle

    Milk chocolate praliné with silvers of crispy crêpes.

  • x1 Praliné Mendiant

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

  • x2 Praliné Riz Lumineux

    Almond and hazelnut praliné with silvers of roasted Japanese Koshihikari brown rice, enrobed in milk chocolate. 

  • x2 Pâte d'amande Noisette Solaire

    Milk chocolate heart, almond and hazelnut paste with delicately roasted hazelnuts, acacias honey.


  • x1 Akosombo

    Dark chocolate ganache with spicy notes of cacao from Ghana.

  • x1 Andalousie

    Dark chocolate ganache infused with lemon zest and blended with a lemon cream featuring lemons from the South of France.

  • x1 Quito

    Ganache au chocolat noir mi amer.

  • x1 Sylvia

    Milk chocolate ganache. 

  • x2 Ganache Colombie

    Dark chocolate ganache, pure Colombian 60%, with woody, round and floral notes.

  • x2 Ganache Éclat Fruité

    Dark chocolate ganache with Mecker raspberries infused with Timut pepper from Nepal. 


Our chocolates are best appreciated at room temperature. We advise that you cut your chocolate in two and let it melt in the mouth to allow time for the flavors to develop. When you are tasting several chocolates, it is best to start with a plain chocolate, then move on to flavored varieties: first those with fruits, then spices, then alcohol.


dark chocolate (cocoa paste, sugar, cocoa butter, emulsifier (E322 SOY lecithin), vanilla natural flavouring), MILK chocolate (sugar, whole MILK powder, cocoa butter, cocoa paste, emulsifier (E322 SOY lecithin), vanilla natural flavouring), sugar, cream (MILK), HAZELNUTS, HAZELNUT powder, butter (MILK), glucose syrup, texturizer (E420(i) sorbitol), water, raspberry, whole MILK, cocoa butter, honey, roasted rice, dextrose, PISTACHIOS, raspberry juice concentrate, lemon (peels, cream), invert sugar, wheat flour (GLUTEN), fralase, orange, strawberry powder, crushed cocoa beans, ALMOND powder, natural flavouring (vanilla, raspberry, lemon), emulsifier (E322 SOY lecithin), salt, skimmed MILK powder, concentrate (lemon, radish , apple, blackcurrant), timut pepper, food colouring (E150 caramel i, E100 curcumin), barley malt extract (GLUTEN), acidity regulator (E330 citric acid). Dark chocolate contains : Cocoa solids 56% minimum. Milk chocolate contains : Cocoa solids 37% minimum - Milk solids : 26% minimum.

Nutritional values

Average nutritional values per 100g : Calories (kcal) : 548, Energy (kJ) : 2372, Total Fat (g) : 35.9, Saturated fatty acids (g) : 21.2, Total carbohydrate (g) : 44.2, Sugar (g) : 43, Proteins (g) : 6.9, Salt (g) : 0.1


This product contains

  • Milk
  • Soya
  • Gluten
  • Nuts

This product may contain

  • Peanut
  • Egg
  • Sesame

Savoir-Faire and craftsmanship

The Blue Hour, why and how? The blue hour is the period between night and day where the sky is filled with a much deeper blue than the blue sky of daytime.  It is during these first moments when birds begin to sing.  It is known to be the best time to smell the scent of flowers in summer.  This color, which lasts for a few fleeting moments, is also prized by photographers.  Finally, the theme of the “blue hour” is an expression used for 1950s Paris.  All of these reasons inspired the creations of Nicolas Cloiseau for the Blue Hour Gift Box, in a quest for finesse and rare taste.