The whole world at the moment seems to enjoy their own festive season. Festival is the best time that we can spent with our family and friends. There is nothing better to share something sweet with all. And what if that sweet is filled with boozy liquid. As many people are looking for something new and want to experience a new flavor.
Liquor Chocolates has been born from such experimenting and creative minds and taste. Chocolate is a substance that is used the most as a gift , as a moment that can be ate together with the loved ones. It always have been an expression of love and celebration. And now many are coming up with the idea of liquor chocolates as well. Liquor chocolates or many a times as the liqueur chocolates.
Few years earlier Liquor chocolates were something that was waxy and way sweeter than one can even imagine. I mean , no good alcohol should just be save for drinking. With new techniques and palate for trying something new. Few of the high end Chocolatier are already offering us some of the best invention that happen in both chocolates and alcohol.
Truffles with spirit generally aren’t very popularity in Indian market till yet ,even though there have been a surged of increasing demand for it.
Traditionally it has been made into genache form and an intense filled form which gush out upon biting. The latter are like edible shots that are made with more alcohol than their comparatively understated counterparts. But it all about the same, the same liquor chocolates.
So here the few of the brands that are have been providing some of the classic and luxuries liquor chocolates/ truffles collection that you can get you hand on,
1.Liqueur Chocolate by Neuhaus
Belgium is known for it’s chocolates, and Neuhaus is considered to the premium brand when it comes to Liquor chocolate. Neuhaus is a century old company prides itself on using some of the top-self ingredients. And the 20 pieces box is no exception. The five dark praline flavors have liquid liquor fillings made with Glenfiddich Whisky, Cointreau, Smirnoff Vodka, Pampero Rum and Remy Martin Cognac. If you like a heavy hit of alcohol, these bold confections are made for you. The leather box they come in is a keepsake too. *₹2938.20/ box.
2.Pralines Tartufi 12 by Amedei
From Tuscan, handmade daily in their company’s headquarter . More than half the confections in this 12-piece assortment have alcohol: there’s a marsala wine from Sicily coated in milk chocolate, a grappa in white, a rum with dark and a vin santo that’s also dark but has an extra kick of sweetness because of the powdered sugar coating. The creamy texture comes from whole milk powder and cocoa powder instead of the standard heavy cream. * ₹ 1757.36.
3.Whisky Truffle Box by MarieBelle Chocolates
The enormorus chocolatier, who makes her own bean-to-bark chocolate using cocoa pods from her native Honduras, hand-rolls these unbelievably decadent and rich truffles in her Brooklyn facility with just four ingredients: 65 percent dark chocolate, organic and non-homogenized heavy cream from a small farm in Vermont, a touch of grass-fed butter and a generous pour of The Macallan 10-year scotch. Though they have only a three-week shelf life, the bite-sizes pieces won’t last that long, and who would have thought that her biggest orders for these come all the way from Japan?
4. Smoke & Stout Caramel Bar by Vosges
From a Chicago brand known for its unusual chocolate renditions, this bar sticks to that out-of-the box theme. The slightly smoky, not-too-sweet interior is an inebriating mix of rich dark chocolate stout from Rogue’s, an Oregon brewery known for handcrafted ales, burnt sugar caramel and Alder wood smoked salt. The combination is covered in a crunchy chocolate shell of 70 percent cocoa, but the gooey inside oozes out with every bite
5. Amarena Mon Amour by Chocolat Moderne
it have created by the former commercial banker Joan Coukos Todd who handcrafts the bonbons in her Chelsea workshop by taking the plumpest and juiciest Italian Amarena cherries and soaking them in a house-made sour cherry syrup infused with Absolut vodka. She then encases the fruit in a thin layer of 65 percent Valrhona chocolate and finishes them with a shimmery powder which gives them an attractive ruby luster. The 24 pieces rest temptingly in a flat coral box.
6.Fine Champagne Cognac Truffles by La Maison du Chocolat
Infused with a type of cognac called Fine Champagne, these truffles go back more than three decades to when Robert Linxe founded the tony French brand. In line with the tradition of La Maison, they have a delicate flavor and silky texture. A team of artisans hand makes them several times a week in the company’s Willy Wonka like chocolate workshop in the Paris suburbs using dark chocolate, a splash of the spirit and crème fleurette, which is lighter than heavy cream. The mixture is whipped twice to give it a mousse like consistency, hand rolled in more dark chocolate and dusted with cocoa powder.
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