Elm Creek Belgian Chocolate Creams
A classic flavour from the early 19th-Century, part of the haute cuisine flavour of the era. Complements fruit sauce, raspberries or an apricot purée.
Bavarian Cream comes in dark chocolate to enhance its custard flavour.
Smooth and silky and melting like butter on the tongue. Is it French or Italian, you can decide. Our Butter Cream is enenrobed in milk or dark chocolate.
Java needs no explanation to the coffee houses of Europe and North America. Coffee and Chocolate—although called beans they are both seeds of their respective plants—come together in a family reunion, as they are both related.
Coffee enenrobed in milk or dark chocolate.
Delicious lemon flavour tart and sweet and smooth. Creamy with citrus notes makes this chocolate a perfect palate pleaser.
Lemon Cream is prepared in white chocolate to enhance the pure lemon oil flavour. A lemon indulgence.
The taste of an awakening spring was first collected by indigenous people of North America. The golden nectar rapidly became a favorite with European settlers.
Enjoy this classic North American Maple Cream flavour in either milk or dark chocolate.
An orange specifically a sweet orange is a citrus fruit of an evergreen flowering tree originally cultivated in China by 2500 BC. This delicious pure orange oil fruit flavour is in our Orange Cream rounds, blanked in milk or dark chocolate.
The wonderful raspberry, a pleasure to any fruit lover.
Raspberry Cream rounds come in milk or dark chocolate coatings of fine chocolate. Fashionable at any dinner party or entertaining guests.
The garden strawberry is the legends of lawn parties, and suave dinners of early summer. The unmistakable sweet aroma and flavour of Brittany France circa 1740 comes to you in our Strawberry Cream rounds enrobed in fashionable milk or dark chocolate.
Thanks to Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés this flavouring from Orchids, an native plant to Mexico, derives it name from the Spanish word "vainilla" meaning little pod. Coincidentally, Hernán Cortés is credited with introducing both vanilla and chocolate to Europe in the 1520s.
"The centuries last passed have also given the taste important extension; the discovery of sugar, and its different preparations, of alcoholic liquors, of wine, ices, vanilla, tea and coffee, have given us flavors hitherto unknown".
-- Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin 1755-1826
The historic charm of this unique scent and delicate flavour comes to you in our Vanilla Cream rounds coated in milk or dark chocolate. Explore the exotic and enjoy world changing history with this delightful treat.
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