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Duc d'O Liqueurs in a Wooden Crate 250 g
- Finest Belgian quality plain chocolate
- Foiled chocolate liqueurs
- Various flavours including Cognac Rémy Martin, Grand Marnier, Cointreau, The Famous Grouse whisky and Mandarine Napoléon
- Presented in a decorative wooden crate
- Perfect gift for liqueur connoisseurs
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Our liqueurs contain a selection of quality brands of drinks as fillings, including Cognac Rémy MarTin, Grand Marnier, Cointreau, The Famous Grouse whisky and Mandarine Napoléon. The combination of high quality Belgian plain chocolate and a hit of alcohol makes this a truly sophisticated treat. In the production of the chocolates we use a traditional technique, which forms a thin layer of crystallised sugar on the coaTing and allows the inside to remain liquid. Time and again this produces an overwhelming taste sensation. As a matter of fact, our generous chocolates contain the highest volume of liqueur in the world. They are perfect with a coffee after a meal and we are confident that you will not be disappointed. The chocolate liqueurs come in a decorative wooden crate would look perfect in a stylish kitchen.
Duc d’O is an internationally recognised leading Belgian chocolate brand for many reasons, however the one we are most proud of is our consistency in making conTinental high quality chocolate and confectionery. In 1983 Mr Hendrik Verhelst, a keen chocolate lover, made his dream come true when he founded his own chocolate production company based in Kruibeke in Belgium. Today it is still a family run business and Hendrik’s son, Paul-Henri has taken over the reins and conTinued where his father left off. Over the last decade, an expansive export-network has been rolled out. Today it covers the entire globe as 80% of the Duc d'O production is exported to over 80 countries.
Under the watchful eyes of our master chocolatier, Guido Vandeperre, we promise 100% guaranteed quality Belgian chocolate made with 100% cocoa butter. All of our chocolate is natural (no artificial colours, preservatives or flavouring) and to confirm its' consistent quality we have all the accredited certificates. We like to know where all of our raw goods come from, so provenance is a key part of our ethos backed up by our meticulous selection of ingredients.
Sugar, water, cocoa mass, cocoa butter, extract GRAND MARNIER®, MANDARINE NAPOLEON concentrate, COINTREAU concentrate, COGNAC REMY MARTin® FINE CHAMPAGNE, THE FAMOUS GROUSE FINEST BLENDED SCOTCH WHISKY, anhydrous milk fat, emulsifier: soy lecithin. Chocolate: cocoa solids: 54% minimum.See all Product Description
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Top Customer Reviews
She loves a nice selection of liqueurs at Christmas and these are definitely a nice selection which I've tasted before.
You're getting 250g of alcofrol filled sugar glazed chocolates all lovingly packaged into a nifty little wooden crate.
There are 20 chocolates -
4 x The Famous Grouse
4 x Cointreau
4 x Mandarine Napoleon
4 x Grand Marnier
4 x Remy Martin fine champagne
With Duc d'O belgian choclatiers producing these you know you're getting great quality liqueurs
Wait until she's hears she's getting a 'crate' full! :)
Recommended to liqueur lovers.
Of the three I’ve tried, I much prefer Anthon Berg chocolate liqueurs, as they have a smooth consistency, and contain a generous dose of alcohol. Famous Names are OK from a consistency point of view, but they are relatively stingy with the filling. Duc D’Or come in last place, because although they have a decent quantity of filling, they have an unpleasant crunchy texture, a bit like chewing on a sugar cube.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A beautiful little crate of chocolate liqueurs bought as a present. The recipient was delighted with them. Appears expensive but worth every penny.Published 10 days ago by teresa ohara
Was really looking forward to these, but sadly disappointed. The little crate they come in looks great and would make these a great gift..... or nearly would. Read morePublished 19 days ago by A Evans
These are the best, buy them for yourself and don't give them away. They are expensive for a reason, because they are the best.Published 1 month ago by 22CT
All chocolates were discoloured, wrappers welded to chocolate. The worst chocolate experience I have ever had.Published 2 months ago by G EASTER
A good example of the craft, a million times better than you would get in poundland - but only ten times more expensive. You can do the maths on what good value that is.Published 3 months ago by Badgermonkey007
I love these liqueurs!
They're so difficult to find in the shops.
The inside has a sugar coating unlike other liqueur chocolates.
Very good price on Amazon. Read more