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Arlequines de Carlux

Chocolate Roasted Walnuts

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Surprise your guests with these exquisite French confections called Arlequines de Carlux. They are entire walnut halves that have been toasted and coated with dark chocolate and cocoa powder. They are presented in a pretty ivory box. (3.52 oz)

The name “arlequine” was given to this confection because the word “arlequin” is a variety of walnuts in the local language. As for Carlux, it is a commune of the Dordogne département in the region of Aquitaine. This confection is made by the Domaine de Béquignol, a company specializing in walnuts, situated in a locality called Béquignolles. The name probably comes from a type of vine called “Béquigneau” as the hill was known for its vineyards a long time ago.

Ingredients: bitter chocolate coating: 65% (cocoa mass, cocoa butter, sugar, emulsifier: soy lecithin), roasted walnuts: 25%, sugar, cocoa powder.

All our products are made in France and in order to maintain their high quality and freshness, we ship directly from our shop in Toulouse, France to your doorstep via FedEx International Priority or FedEx International Econonomy.

For information on where we deliver and our delivery options, see our Shipping page.

 

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0.1 kg net

price: $13.72

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*Note: All products are shipped directly from France. Prices are given and processed in US dollars within the US (no foreign transaction bank fees will apply). Prices are frequently updated to account for Euro to US dollar exchange fluctuations.

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Histoire Sucrée takes you to a sweet world where gourmet candy, dragees, candied fruit, marrons glaces, candied flowers, nougat, chocolate candy and biscuits have been made in France by expert artisans for centuries. Histoire Sucrée is committed to delighting you with unique French sweets and surprising you with retro tin boxes that have been part of French culture and represent a unique and collectible gift to the ones you love.

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