About The Product
An edible chocolate basket filled with 60 of Dilettante's decadent, handmade chocolate truffles, toffee, caramels and more. An impressive gift for any party or group gift.
Dilettante's chocolates are a chocolate connoisseur's dream. At Dilettante, our priority is creating high-quality, delicious products - all of our gourmet chocolates are made with the finest ingredients. You'll never find fillers or artificial additives in Dilettante chocolates. Each chocolate truffle is hand dipped and made from a special, unique recipe. We use premium quality milk, dark, and white chocolate along with gourmet ingredients such as orange liqueur, roasted coffee beans, and candied ginger. That's why Dilettante chocolates, made in the Pacific Northwest, are a Seattle favorite. This exquisite chocolate truffle assortment comes packaged in an edible chocolate basket. The basket is made of swirled white, milk, and dark chocolate and is an elegant touch to this gourmet gift. We add a dainty hand-tied bow for a beautiful finish. This large basket is perfect as a raffle prize, a gift for a group of people, or as a beautiful dessert display at your next party. Your order will include one Majestic Truffle Basket filled with 60 of our gourmet chocolate truffles (net weight 3.5 pounds ounces). We will ship the truffle assortment direct to you from our warehouse. Truffles Included in the Assortment: Almond Dark - Almond White - Amaretto - Caramel Dark - Caramel Milk - Champagne Milk - Cherry Milk - Cherry Dark - L'Orange Dark - L'Orange Milk - Ephemere Light - Ephemere Dark - Hazelnut Gianduia Milk - Hazelnut Milk - Hazelnut Dark - Ginger Dark - Mocha Milk - Madame X White - Maple Buttercream Dark - Marzipan Belgium Dark - Marzipan Parisian Dark - Mocha Dark - Napoleon Milk - Praline White - Raspberry Dark - Rheingold Milk - Rheingold Dark - Rheingold White
Dilettante Chocolates, Inc.
Dana Davenport founded Dilettante Chocolates in 1976. The story of the company, however, goes back over a century. Dana’s grand-uncle, Julius Franzen (his grandmother’s brother), was apprenticed to a confectioner in Budapest as a very young boy. His studies lead him to Vienna, and Paris. Among the many accomplishments of his European career, he considered his greatest achievement was his service to the Imperial Court of Emperor Franz Josef I, Emperor of Austria, King of Hungary. Uncle Julius immigrated to America in 1910, and established several successful confectionary companies, beginning......to read more, visit the Dilettante Chocolates, Inc. vendor profile