Neuhaus is another reputable Belgian chocolate manufacturer very well known for its range of luxury chocolate brands. The chocolate company is founded by Jean Neuhaus in 1887 in a Brussels. The chocolate company has Swiss connection in that the founder was a Swiss immigrant. The famous item chocolate bonbon was invented by Jean Neuhaus grandson Jean Neuhaus II in 1912. There are around 1500 Neuhaus chocolate shops in fifty countries. To maintain its originality the luxury chocolates are manufactured in a place called Vlezenbeek, near Brussels and are exported worldwide. If you are thinking of gifting chocolates to someone, then think no other than Neuhaus.
Best of Neuhaus
Brussels Queen’s Gallery Tin Box: It is one of the best-selling Neuhaus chocolate brands. This chocolate is named so because it features in Queen’s Gallery (Galerie de la Reine) in Brussels. Inside the elegant tin there are 30 dark, white and milk chocolates filled with rich praline, intense ganache and easy melting gianduja. This chocolate makes an ideal gift.
Haute Pattisserie: This luxurious round gift box, coloured pale green and gold, is filled with a sensational assortment of intense flavours merged into finely crafted chocolates. There is an interesting real story about this chocolate. At the invitation of Neuhaus, nine famous pastry chefs from around the world have each create a unique chocolate, inspired by their own creativity and cultural influences. The result is Haute Pattisserie, an unique gift box filled with 27 exquisite chocolates in nine flavours.
Liqueur Chocolate: Liqueur Chocolate is a chocolate of chocolates. It is mixtures of quality cocoa and premium liquors. The chocolate comes in a box that includes 20 dark chocolate, liquor soaked pralines in a luxurious box that evokes the cognac coloured leathers of smoking rooms. The chocolates contain in five different flavours i.e. Glenfiddich, Contreau, Absolut Vodka, Havana Club and Remy Martin.
Chocolate Square Tin Box: This clean and elegant chocolate box contains a selection of 32 timeless Belgian pralines in various shapes and flavours. The box is an unique presentation of the chocolates and best for gifting. It is a combination of dark, white and milk chocolates filled with praline, ganache and gianduja.
Neuhaus and Cote d’Or are best-selling chocolate both in Belgium and outside Belgium. They both are of finest quality except the first one is a regular chocolate and the latter is synonymous with luxury.