Ginger-sticks, 100gArticle number: 14667
Palm oil makes chocolates more robust and cheaper. We have consciously chosen quality and consistently do not use palm oil.
Flavors obtained by chemical synthesis do not meet the requirements of our chocolates & truffles.
We process stem ginger, a true delicacy. It is the young, aromatic ginger, fibre-free and of the best quality.
We have received 47 international awards for the exceptional quality of our chocolates and truffles.
Only the best of the best. These are our customers' favourite chocolate specialities for many years.
We process the young root of the ginger, the so-called stem ginger. This is particularly tender and delicate in flavour. We roll the cut sticks in cocoa powder and then dip them in dark chocolate with a cocoa content of at least 60%. We deliver the sticks in a black and white patterned chocolate box.
Contents: Ginger-sticks in dark chocolate
Shipping: We cushion your order with ecologically sustainable filling material made of paper and send it in our shipping boxes made of recycled material. In summer, free cold packs protect the chocolates.
Storage: Chocolates and truffles should be stored in a cool, dry place at a temperature of 15-18 degrees. Our chocolates do not tolerate strong temperature fluctuations, refrigerators and heaters. A wine refrigerator or a cool, dry pantry are ideal.
Durability: Our chocolates and truffles are made without chemical preservatives, artificial flavours and cheap substitutes. For the best taste experience, we recommend enjoying them fresh. Our chocolate specialities are often edible even after the best-before date has expired. The taste and alcohol are then occasionally weakened.
Stem-Ingwer mit 14% Edelbitterschokolade (Kakao: 60% mindestens)
Angabe aller Zutaten im Endprodukt in absteigender Reihenfolge mit QUID- Angabe und Hinweis für Allergiker (fett).
Zutaten: Ingwer (78%), Zucker, Kakaomasse, Kakaopulver (2,4%), Kakaobutter, Emulgator: Lecithine. Kann Spuren von Soja, Milch und Schalenfrüchten enthalten.
|Energy||1461 kJ/349 kcal|
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