This intense dark praline is named after Jean Neuhaus, grand son of the founder Neuhaus and inventor of the praline. Exactly 100 years ago, in 1912, Jean Neuhaus created the first filled chocolate bonbon and named it "praline". The ganache filling in Jean is made from intense dark origin chocolate from Peru. The combination with a dark chocolate shell gives this praline a perfect balance of intense flavors.
Hand-crafted in Belgium by Neuhaus Chocolates
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