Individually wrapped goodness, Domori's truffles are heaven in a bite!
Classic Truffles: The soft sweetness of the classic chocolate truffle, with fine cocoa and Piedmont IGP hazelnuts. Ingredients: PGI hazelnut paste, impalpable sugar, Arriba couverture chocolate (62%), Arriba milk couverture chocolate (36%), PGI hazelnut flour, PGI hazelnut grains, cocoa powder (22/24%), invert sugar.
Tiramisu Truffles: A reinterpretation of a classic of Italian pastry: Tiramisu. Domori has enclosed its essence in a chocolate truffle enriched with real mascarpone, coffee and crunchy puffed rice balls. Ingredients: cane sugar, mascarpone powder, hazelnut paste, puffed rice, cocoa butter, soluble coffee, cocoa powder (22/24%). Emulsifiers: soy lecithin.
Each truffle weighs 14g and each bag contains 10 truffles. The single package keeps the fragrance unaltered to enjoy it every day as freshly made.
Manufactured in a facility which also processes dairy"
Manufactured in a facility which also processes peanuts
Domori is a gourmet Italian chocolate maker that focuses on making bars with low production process. They use a low roast profile and medium conch (the stage in which chocolate gets its characteristic taste and mouthfeel from cacao beans) to preserve and maintain the aromas and flavors of the fine cacao beans they feature in their bars. Founded by Gianluca Franzoni in 1997, they are considered one of Europe's finest chocolate makers. Franzoni traveled to Venezuela to help develop a business model to reposition cacao but was ultimately fascinated by cacao itself. He experimented with different varieties to help preserve Venezuela’s biodiversity and even helped prevent the extinction of the Criollo beans. Domori is the first company to use the fine Criollo variety, which is considered the rarest and most prized cacao bean in the world. Their signature 100% Trinitario and unique 70% Criollo strains are an achievement that elevates cacao to a whole new level. The name ‘Domori’ comes from ‘Due Mori’ in Venetian which refers to objects of dark color. Franzoni wanted a name to portray his expressive chocolate company. Venice is considered the land of trades of spices and ideas, and its ‘Due Mori’ representing two bronze statues in the famous Piazza San Marco. Also to Franzoni, the term ‘Due Mori’ is represents two dark beans: cacao and coffee.
These were the best truffles I tried. They are very smooth, well-balanced. They are definitely on the very sweet side. Surprisingly they are incredibly soft too!
I gave them away. I like them as presents.
Delicious! Wife loved them. Overall wonderful experience with B&C
Quite tasty but a little bitter
They definitely taste like tiramisu! However, there's a slight bitter taste, I think it's the cocoa powder that covers the truffles but it's a little off putting for me. But after you get over that, it's quite tasty! They do come individually wrapped convenient for a treat!
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I really like Theo & Philo across the board, but this one is a really special with a pop of heat and sweet tart mango and crunchy nibs. There's a lot of texture in this bar, more than I anticipated, but I really enjoyed it.