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    Max Brenner Kosher Gift of Chocolates #7 (Israel) Trapeze

Max Brenner Kosher Gift of Chocolates #7 (Israel) Trapeze

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A Max Brenner top quality extravagant & delightful gift basket.Kosher Chief Rabbinate, Israel
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MSRP: $269.95
Price: $199.00
Sale price: $122.95

A Max Brenner top quality extravagant & delightful gift basket. A gourmet creation designed by Max Brenner in a wonderful Gift Basket overflowing with a carefully chosen selection for any occasion.

MAX'S FAVORITE HAPPY SPRING - Milk chocolate cubes filled with orange peel praline cream and caramelized pecan bits. 40g/1.4ozMAX'S FAVORITE ESPRESSO - Milk chocolate cubes filled with javanese espresso praline. 40g/1.4ozPURE DARK - Six thins of pure dark chocolate. 70g/2.45ozPURE MILK - Six thins of pure milk chocolate. 70g/2.45ozCHOCKIES - Milk chocolate praline rolled in fresh roasted almonds. 80g/2.8ozCOCO - Milk chocolate praline cream rolled in roasted coconut. 80g/2.8ozNUTS - Caramelized pecan rolled in praline paste and fine cocoa powder. 80g/2.8ozBONBON - An assortment of nine bonbons carefully chosen by Max in our Flower Collection box. 80g/2.8 ozTRUFFLE - Whipped dark chocolate cream truffle spiced with cognac and rolled in cocoa powder. 80g/2.8ozPISTACHIO - Caramelized pistachio rolled in praline paste and fine cocoa powder. 80g/2.8oz

Kosher Chief Rabbinate, Israel

About Max Brenner Chocolates (Made In Israel)
In January 2000 Max Brenner introduced the 'New Chocolate Culture' at an exclusive exhibition in San Francisco. Innovation in a traditional sphere such as chocolate creates enthusiasm for all gourmet professionals, and the food and lifestyle media and observers around the world were surprised to see Israelis selling chocolates to the Swiss. The exclusive London department store, Harrods, chose Max Brenner and Chocolate Culture as their leading theme for the new millennium and opened the world's first 'Chocolate Bar'.