Hot Chocolate and Crepes Box Set - Angelina Paris
The must-have products from Angelina in a gourmet box for all sweet toothers. To offer or to offer oneself for a successful tea-time.
The gourmet box for all sweet toothers includes: hot chocolate (25cl), chestnut cream (120g) and crispy crepes with dark chocolate (30g)
The must-have products from Angelina in a gourmet box for all sweet toothers : hot chocolate (25cl), chestnut cream (120g) and crispy crepes with dark chocolate (30g)
INGREDIENTS & NUTRITION FACTS
- Hot chocolate: pasteurized semi-skimmed milk (Origin: France), chocolate 24,5 % (cocoa, sugar, cocoa butter, SOJA lecithin, natural vanilla ).
- Chestnut cream: Chestnuts (50%), sugar, vanilla bean. Prepared with 50g of chestnut purée per 100g of finished product. Total sugar content: 60g per 100g.
- Dark chocolate coated lace pancakes: Dark chocolate 43% (cocoa paste, sugar, cocoa butter, pastry butter (MILK), emulsifier: lecithins (SOJA), natural vanilla flavor), WHEAT flour, sugar, pastry butter (MILK) 5%, LACTOSE and MILK proteins, salt, BARLEY malt extract, raising agent: sodium carbonates, lecithins (SOJA).
Energy value : Refer to each FT/Refer to each technical sheet : Fat : 0 | of which saturated fatty acids : 0 | of which trans fatty acids : 0 | Carbohydrates : 0 | of which sugars : 0 | Protein : 0 | Salt : 0
INSTRUCTIONS / STORAGE
- Package arrives ready to serve
- Upon arrival, store in a cool, dry place
- Hot Chocolate is made with ultra-pasteurized milk and may be kept at room temperature until opened
- Before tasting, place the bottle in a hot (not boiling) water bath and reheat it slowly
ABOUT ANGELINA PARIS
The history of the Angelina House dates from the beginning of the 20th century.
At that time, the Austrian confectioner Anton Rumpelmayer arrived in the South of France where he opened several "Rumpelmayer" shops and acquired great notoriety.
Driven by success, Rumpelmayer set out to conquer the French capital. In 1903, he founded with his son René, at 226 rue de Rivoli, a "Angelina" tea room in honor of his daughter-in-law named after him.
In 1903, the confectioner Antoine Rumpelmayer founded Angelina, which he named after his daughter-in-law. For over a century, the tearoom has built a reputation as a place of sophistication and indulgence. As soon as it opened, Angelina became the place to be among the Parisian aristocracy. Proust and Coco Chanel rubbed shoulders with the biggest names in fashion in Angelina's salons.