Salsa Hatbox

Sumptuous gift box with the iconic codes of La Maison du Chocolat. It is the sign of elegance and exceptional attention.

Weight: 1.631lbs
Dimensions : 10,4 in x 10,4 in x 5,6 in
$235.00
$235.00
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A few words about
our creations...

Every year La Maison du Chocolat dresses its collections with sumptuous gift boxes featuring the House's iconic codes. To offer or to offer oneself, already composed or according to one's desires, there is certainly a creation that will underline the refinement of each pleasure of offering.

Borrowing its codes from the world of fashion, the Salsa Hatbox suggest the natural and subtle elegance of demanding craftsmanship with meticulous finishing touches. It surrounds the chocolate pleasure with an ideal subtlety and presents, according to taste, refined compositions of homemade boxes, truffles or pralines. It marks the custom-made attention of connoisseurs, like an insider's sign for an exceptional gift. 

*The composition and color of our boxes may vary.

  • Optimal freshness* : 10 to 26 days *For optimal freshness please keep your chocolate in a sealed container in a cool dry area.
  • Price per kilo: $317.57/kg
  • Storage temperature: 60.8 °F

In this box

  • Vanilla & Cocoa notes.

  • An iconic chocolate collection, featuring ganaches, and pralinés in dark and milk chocolate. Whether it's for you or a gift for someone else, you'll love La Maison du Chocolat's subtle chocolates.

  • Made with deliciously soft, slow-cooked candied orange peel, covered with a thin layer of crisp dark chocolate, this traditional sweet treat combines bitter and sweet flavors for incredible indulgence.

  • Find all the richness and delicacy of an assortment of Rocher homemade pralines and crunchy dried fruit finely coated with dark and milk chocolate.

Tasting

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

Nutritional values

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