La Maison du Chocolat x Maison Berger Hatbox

An iconic collection, featuring ganaches and pralinés in dark and milk chocolate & a luxurious haven with a lamp and a soothing aroma for someone special.

Weight: 1.612lbs
Home and office delivery in United States

A few words about
our creations...

We've partnered with Maison Berger for an exclusive Mother's Day hatbox, a delightful lamp in the shape of a precious gem with a soothing aroma for Moms.

Dark and milk chocolate ganache are combined with delicious pralinés in our Maison Dark Chocolate and Milk Chocolate collection. La Maison du Chocolat has created the ultimate ganache with a melt-in-your-mouth texture made using whipped cream and finely chopped chocolate. Whether combined with fruit, delicately infused or left "au naturel" to showcase the finest cocoa beans, chocolate is transformed into a truly aesthetic pleasure. Along with our ganache enjoy a range of delicious pralinés as well.  Choose from slivers of nuts, crushed fruit, wafer biscuits, and salt crystals, or opt for a smooth texture of something more traditional: our deliciously crunchy pralinés inspire a child-like delight. Gourmet chocolate conveys elegance and a feeling of intense emotion. Our tasteful Maison Dark Chocolate and Milk Chocolate collection reflect this sophisticated attitude. Inspired by haute couture, it embodies the innate and natural elegance of a demanding artisan.

Alongside Maison Berger, we have created a unique way to adorn your home in luminous luxury! It helps eradicate undesirable odors and bacteria while also diffusing Cotton Caress fragrance. Purify your air the French way! 

  • 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: $273.60/kg
  • Storage temperature: 32 °F

In this box


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.