La Maison du Chocolat‘s “Duo de Ganaches” is a collection that pairs two ganaches that have the same chocolate couverture but which offer two different taste sensations.
This sixth edition of the collection features two delicious fruited ganaches, Salvador and Noir de Cassis.
“Salvador” is a dark chocolate ganache made with fresh raspberry pulp. It was the first “fruited” chocolate bonbon created by La Maison du Chocolat founder Robert Linxe. This classic ganache features three distinct sensations: the crunchiness of dark chocolate couverture, followed by the delicate tanginess of raspberry, rounded out by velvety smooth chocolate.
“Noir de Cassis” was created in 2012 by the company’s current creative director, Gilles Marchal. It is made with “Noir de Bourgogne” blackcurrants, selected for the fruit’s complex flavour and rarity in chocolate making, plus an infusion of blackcurrant buds. The immediate sensation is intense fruit flavour, followed by lighter floral notes, ending with a fusion of fruit and chocolate.
Both ganaches feature a 56 per cent dark chocolate couverture.
Launched in April, Duo de Ganaches is available at La Maison du Chocolat stores and online boutique for a limited time. The boxed set features 10 Salvador and 16 Noir de Cassis.
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