We opened the box with hushed reverence. The packaging is gorgeous, and unfolding the layers of cellulose paper to reveal the chocolates certainly adds to the drama. We had a box of six, and there they were nestled perfectly in their individual compartments. Once you’re in, it’s a guessing game to compare the selection you have in the box with the pictures on the leaflet.
Our box contained a couple of the usual suspects like Truffle Traditionnelle: Milk chocolate cream center in a milk chocolate shell, enrobed in dark chocolate and rolled in cocoa powder. We also had a Truffle Tarte Tatin: Apple caramel wrapped in a milk chocolate shell and rolled in milk and white chocolate flakes. The flavour of apple was recognisable but unusual and unexpected in a truffle. David cut each truffle into four so we could taste them all (they are quite big). No surprise, they were all lovely.
Thank you Tara for sharing with us!
Here is a link to the Godiva website.