Raspberry Rabbits

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Raspberry Rabbits

Our delectable rabbits are filled with a wild raspberry pâte de fruit and touched with prized Bulgarian rose water. We seek these zingy, wild raspberries for their unique and delicate parfum. These beautiful bunnies are captured within an encasement of our proprietary 62% cacao dark chocolate, making them the perfect addition to any Easter basket or celebratory party favor.

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Raspberry Rabbits, 7pcs
wild raspberries + Bulgarian rose + 72% cacao dark chocolate
This collection is FRESH and PERISHABLE. For best enjoyment, keep this box of haut-chocolat refrigerated until two hours before serving. Consume by listed expiration date, 14 days from shipment. Please reference the expiration date card that arrives with your package.

Contains: Wheat*
*The wheat in this collection has been processed to allow this food to meet the FDA requirements for gluten-free foods. Processed on equipment that also processes Milk, Soy, Wheat, Eggs, Peanuts, Sesame and Tree Nuts.

A Guided Tasting of Chocolate
Our haut-chocolat is infused with a healing sound frequency to raise your vibe.

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 haut-chocolat 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 chocolate, take a breath and taste the air. The aroma should have a long, lingering finish that is layered with perfumed notes.

In a quaint little village nestled between rolling hills and golden fields, there lives a remarkable farmer rabbit named Colette. Each day, she hops through her orchard, checking on each bush to harvest the plump, juicy raspberries from them that glisten like rubies in the sunlight. The air around her always sweet with the scent of ripe berries, and the melodic buzzing of bees.

With baskets brimming with the day's harvest, Colette retreats to the kitchen of her cozy burrow to set to work creating the most delectable raspberry tarts the village has ever known. And now we share the parfums of them with you: deep, velvety, rich chocolate with a subtle hint of floral notes that linger on the palate married with berries that have been plucked at the peak of ripeness, bursting with a juicy, sweet, and tart essence.



    Rose Oil
    Roses bloom at night. Between the Balkan and Sredna Gora mountain ranges in central Bulgaria lies the renowned Valley of Roses. 80% of the world’s finest rosewater and rose oil is sourced from this valley due to its exquisite quality and distinct aroma. The valley’s inhabitants have been distilling these coveted buds for over 300 years, meticulously refining the Rosa Damascena, Alba, and Centifolia varietals for their distinguished oils. Our rose oil hails from the family-owned Enio Bonchev Distillery, founded over 100 years ago and acknowledged worldwide for its best-in-class, organic rose oil. The family harvests the roses from mid-May to mid-June. During the month’s long process, production is continuous – 24 hours a day. They work tirelessly, picking the night-blooming buds between the cooler hours of 4 am and 10 am, when the oils are in the petals and the fragrance is most heady. Once the sun radiates its more intense heat, the essential oils retreat from the petals and into the flower’s stem, and the harvest of the day halts. Then distillation can begin; immediately upon picking the blooms they are steam-distilled and rehydrated to extract the rose’s oil and rosewater. It takes a staggering three and a half tons of roses to produce just one kilogram of rose oil.

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