Neuhaus Chocolate with Almonds

10 Jul

Neuhaus presents the perfect collection for National Chocolate with Almonds Day

 

Neuhaus Chocolates has the perfect collection to celebrate National Chocolate with Almonds Day on July 8th– the Chocolate Discovery Collection. This collection features several pralinés with almonds for all kinds of taste buds, including milk, dark and white chocolates.

National Chocolae with Almonds Day is over but that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy Neuhaus Chocolates. 

In 1875 Jean Neuhaus settled in Brussels and opens a pharmacy in the prestigious Galerie de la Reine. He made a name for himself by innovatively covering his medicines in a layer of chocolate to make them more palatable. 142 years later, Neuhaus is the market leader in the luxury chocolate sector in Belgium. The company currently has over 1,000 sales outlets in 50 countries, and six stores in New York alone. Neuhaus recently opened its latest shop in Westfield’s, WTC. It is one of the few chocolate companies still manufacturing in Belgium. 

 

 In 1912, Neuhaus Jr. decided to expand his grandfather’s idea replacing traditional medicines with fresh cream, thus creating the first filled chocolate. He called it ‘Praline’, which became an immediate success, and an early form of the delicious chocs we know and love today. 

 

Hailing from Brussels, the luxury chocolatiers have a couple of options which lend themselves to this National Food Day – Passion Amandes White, a praliné with caramelized almonds and a pinch of salt or the Satan Dark, an almond and hazelnut praliné with caramelized hazelnut pieces.

The Chocolate Discovery Collection promises something for everyone. Whether for chocolate lovers or those looking to give that perfect gift – we all love an excuse to eat more chocolate, right? 

Check out http://www.neuhauschocolate.com

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Disclosure: Thia is not a sponsored post. Product was given for review purposes. 

 

 

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