Belgian Chocolate Pralines: The Successful Story of Jean Neuhaus From the 18th century, the Belgian chocolate has risen in fame. In 1912, a chocolate genius Jean Neuhaus created a new procedure and increased its popularity ten-fold. He used a "couverteur" which is a specialized chocolate version.
It reduces blood pressure, and it was also found that the chemicals found in chocolates keeps your blood flowing and it also keeps your heart healthy. You also need to consider that old people who loves eating chocolate outlived other people of the same age because they testified that chocolates keeps them happy, and it keeps them feeling younger.
There are a number of varieties of Belgian hot chocolates to choose from and all seem to send the drinkers to paradise. From the moment the lips touch the cup and smell the aroma of the beverage, you will already feel the essence of the beverage being absorbed in your body. As you taste it a little you know that you ll crave for more except that it will burn your tongue if you drink it in one gulp.
In his painting of "The Birth of Venus", the seashell is depicted as the vessel of beauty, rebirth, love, and godly attributes to the earth. Therefore, seashell shaped Belgian chocolates are perfect for symbolizing the chocolate's representation of heavenly experience of a sweet filling wrapped in a beautiful chocolate shell or praline.
For the connoisseurs of chocolate, each person's preference is unique from chocolate cakes with frosted vanilla icing, whipped cream, to chocolate icings and fondues. Oftentimes, you can find old recipes of chocolates handed down through generations. Christopher Columbus was able to find chocolate during the 1400s, in a place called the New World.
Upon order you will not be experiencing the hassle of putting it on presentation boxes for the box alone that Leonidas use will suffice for they are already gift wrapped and there also offer different sorts of gift wrapping, as well as the standard wrap, luxury and or seasonal choices. These chocolates are supposed to be consumed within 21 days after it is purchased.