Best of Vosges Hatbox

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Best of Vosges Hatbox

Immerse yourself in indulgence with the Best of Vosges Haut-Chocolat Hatbox. More than a gift, it's a journey of flavors. Discover truffles that transport you globally with unmatched tastes, blood orange caramels blending sweet with tart, chocolate bars offering a world in every bite, and our signature butter toffee's compelling charm. Complementing its grandiosity, these delights come adorned with our Ultima Materia silk scarf—a statement of elegance and a cherished memento. Perfect for the discerning chocolate lover, this hatbox transcends typical gifts, promising to astonish and captivate any fortunate recipient. 

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The Best of Vosges Hatbox includes:

Ultima Materia Scarf
36" x 36"

Exotic Truffle Collection, 9 pieces

Kübler absinthe + Chinese star anise + fennel + 62% cacao dark chocolate + coconut ash

Black Pearl®
Organic Wakaya ginger + freshly grated wasabi + 72% cacao dark chocolate + ceremonial matcha

Kalocsan paprika + 62% cacao dark chocolate

Chef Pascal
Schwarzwälder kirschwasser + 62% cacao dark chocolate + tart Michigan cherry

I.G.P. Piemonte hazelnuts + 45% cacao deep milk chocolate

Housemade and toasted curry masala + coconut purée + 45% cacao deep milk chocolate

Olio d'oliva
First press Tuscan olive oil + 36% cacao white chocolate + green olives

Wink of the Rabbit®
Soft burnt caramel + 45% cacao deep milk chocolate + New Mexican pecan

Australian macadamia nut + Sri Lankan coconut + 45% cacao deep milk chocolate

Banana Coconut Chocolate Bar, 3oz
Sri Lankan coconut + banana + 72% cacao dark chocolate

Matcha Chocolate Bar, 3oz
Matcha green tea + spirulina + cocoa nibs + 72% cacao dark chocolate

Turmeric Ginger Chocolate Bar, 3oz
A golden milk of coconut + turmeric + ginger + black pepper + 45% cacao deep milk chocolate

Bapchi’s Toffee, 1/4 lb.
Sweet butter toffee + roasted walnuts and pecans + 45% cacao deep milk chocolate + pink Himalayan sea salt

Blood Orange Exotic Caramels, 6 pieces
Blood orange + bitter orange liqueur + 62% cacao dark chocolate + crushed hibiscus

Living in Paris, Katrina learned the Parisian ritual of purchasing chocolate and pastry daily. We infuse this ritual into all our products with exotic and ephemeral ingredients.

Keep this box of haut-chocolat in a cool, dry place until serving. Consume by listed expiration date, within 2 to 8 weeks depending on product. Note: Chocolate Bar Assortments may change from time to time

Contains: Coconuts, Hazelnuts, Macadamia nuts, Milk, Soy, Walnuts, Pecans
Processed on equipment that also processes Milk, Soy, Wheat, Eggs, Peanuts, Sesame and Tree Nuts.


A Guided Tasting of Vosges Chocolate:

Close your eyes. Take three deep, ujjayi breaths. Listen to the space between thought and prepare your palate to experience chocolate.

Describe what you see. What is the shape, color, sheen and texture?

Run your finger against the chocolate, noticing its texture and releasing the aromatics.

Bring the chocolate to your nose. Close your eyes, cup your hand around the chocolate and inhale deeply.

Enjoy your truffle in two bites. In the first bite, you are just getting to know the truffle, and in the second, you delve deeper, searching out the aromas and nuances. You become immersed in the experience of the chocolate and the sensations. After you’ve eaten the truffle, take a breath and taste the air. The aroma should have a long, lingering finish that is layered with perfumed notes.

"My first truffle collection, the birth of Vosges®, and the origin of Travel the World through Chocolate™ lies within the Exotic Truffle Collections. After returning from Le Cordon Bleu in Paris and a trip around the world, I began to use chocolate as my medium to recount the adventures of my travels. After you unravel the purple bow, the wanderlust begins...where do you want to go? Nagaland is vibrant with curry, macadamia nuts beckon to Australia. Relish in Chinese star anise, reminiscent of the forbidden green absinthe of days long past. Open your senses and experience the culture, take a bite and imagine what it is like to stand on the streets of Shanghai. Milk, white or dark chocolate first? I suggest starting with white, but break the rules and follow your instincts. Be a rolling stone..."

Peace, Love & Chocolate,




    Wasabi Root

    Authentic wasabi rhizome (a root-like stem) is extremely rare in its pure form and traditionally grows along the banks of Japan’s cool mountain streams. It offers a less fiery and more aromatic, verdant herbal spice than its usual imposter – a green-dyed blend of horseradish and mustard seed. I discovered the Mead-Bloeser family who mastered this tricky rhizome and cultivate true, sawa wasabi in the U.S.


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