Delicious Dessert Collection - 4 French Specialities

Glosek Gourmet

Set of 4 jars 17.10 €
35.62 € / kg
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4 delicious traditional desserts from Gascony

This 'Café Gourmet' selection of 4 traditional French desserts is the perfect accompaniment to your tea or coffee. Go on, indulge yourself!

This selection contains:

- 1 charlotte prune and Armagnac
- 2 mini canelés in Armagnac syrup
- 2 mini babas in Armagnac syrup
- 4 mini crêpes

Composition :
Babas Gascons (2 mini babas in Armagnac syrup): 2 babas (wheat flour, eggs, butter, yeast, salt, sugar) - syrup (sugar, water, glucose syrup, Armagnac 10% (33% volume) - residual alcohol less than 4.5 units/volume - net weight: 120g. Canelés in Armagnac (2 mini canelés soaked in Armagnac syrup): 2 canelés (water, sugar, wheat flour, rum, milk mixture (lactoserum, vegetable fat (coconut), skimmed milk, milk protein, vanilla flavouring, Armagnac 10% (55% vol.) - residual alcohol less than 4.5 units/volume - net weight: 120g. Crêpes Suzettes (4 mini crêpes in an Armagnac syrup): 4 crêpes (whole milk, egg, natural vanilla flavouring), orange zest - syrup (sugar, water, glucose syrup, Armagnac 10% (55% vol.) - residual alcohol less than 4.5 units/volume. Net weight: 120g. Pruneau (45%): pruneau (53%, sugar, apple, pectin, citric acid, ascorbic acid, flavor, xanthan gum, dextrose, guar); Syrup (40%): (glucose syrup, water, Armagnac (13.5% at 50 °), citric acid); Biscuit (15%): egg white, sugar, wheat flour (gluten), egg yolks, water, invert sugar syrup, sorbitol, dextrose, glycerol, flavor, salt, baking powder (disodium disphosphate and Carbonate, sodium acid, corn starch), emulsifiers (E471, E475)). Residual alcohol less than 4.8% volume. May contain traces of soy, milk and nuts. Net weight: 120g.

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