Simply put: layers of chocolate smothering something special inside. The enrobing process is actually quite technically complex and an art.
Using traditional techniques, chocolate is repeatedly poured across a central ingredient, until a thick layer has been built up, followed by polishing and glazing. That central ingredient might be a natural fruit or peel, a speciality nut or a select coffee bean.
Our Belgian chocolate is a blended couverture from Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire and Sao Tomé, for a rich creamy texture with a lingering flavour and glossy sheen. We carefully consider the cacao content to balance the sweetness and intensity of both chocolate and ingredient inside.
This artisan craft is the Critical Ingredient that makes our enrobed chocolates different and special.