Brought to France in 1615, hot chocolate became increasingly fashionable at Court. Marie-Antoinette employed a personal chocolate-maker, Sulpice Debauve, who also invented 'pistoles', little coins of solid chocolate to enjoy with the drink, thought to be the earliest solid chocolate treats. By the 19th century, Belgium and Switzerland led the industry with innovative mass production techniques. Favarger, creating fine chocolate in Geneva since 1826, continues this grand tradition.
Prettily presented in a 12cm tall keepsake tin; 16 superior mini Swiss chocolate bars with milk, dark, hazelnut and cocoa nibs flavours.
Contains nuts (hazelnuts, almonds, pistachios, walnuts), milk and soya.
Suitable for vegetarians; not suitable for vegans.Ingredients & allergen information