Chocolate liquors are sweets available at Delices and Gourmandises

Chocolate liquors literally melt in your mouth when you eat them. That makes this fruit flavored candy proposed by Delices and Gourmandises one of the most appreciated sweets in the world.

The origin of chocolate liquors

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It is believed that the Belgian Praline is at the origin of chocolate liquors. Belgians started specializing in making chocolates filled with cream, liquor, and caramel when chocolates became famous. Nowadays, almost every major chocolate producing company has its own version of liquor flavored chocolate candy. Consequently, numerous shapes and designs exist. Some of the candies even have the shape of the fruit from which the alcohol was extracted.

They usually have, inside and outside, relatively thin layers of milk flavored dark chocolate. The color is rarely white and the sides are covered with granulated sugar. They contain a small amount of fruit alcohol and they are available in different flavors. Those flavors could be exotic fruits like pineapple, papaya, and mango, or common fruits such as: berry, peach, and orange. Other brand may contain more refined alcohol like Cointreau or Grand Marnier.

How to enjoy your chocolate liquors?

chocolate-liquors-delices-gourmandisesChocolate liquors from Delices and Gourmandises can be enjoyed at any time of the day: whether you are watching movies, having tea time, or reading a nice book…etc. They could be also served to your guests at parties you are organizing. Since this kind of chocolate contains alcohol, it is important that you do not serve it to kids. In addition, adults should consume it moderately. Also, it is important that you keep it in a cool place and inside a sealed container if you want to be able to keep it much longer.

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Posted on January 26, 2016, in Delices and Gourmandises chocolates. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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