Raspberry Truffles

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  • Two Vosges Raspberry Truffles sit beside several fresh black and red raspberries on a light grey background.
  • A round Vosges chocolate box decorated in bright red, pink and gold foil sits beside several fresh raspberries and Vosges Raspberry truffles, on a light purple background.
  • Ingredients and Nutrition facts for Vosges Raspberry Truffles, in white san serif font on a bright pink circular background.

Raspberry Truffles

We blended a treasured early-harvest Mediterranean olive oil with our proprietary 72% cacao dark chocolate and luscious pockets of Bulgarian rose water infused in a raspberry rose gelée. Having minimal amounts of sugar present in the chocolate and the fruit to sweeten them, these truffles are low in sweetness and sumptuously rich without any dairy.  Five truffles presented in a stunning jewel box adorned with shimmering gold foil and the deep allure of plum velvet sides.
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Raspberry Truffles, 5pcs
Raspberry gelée + Bulgarian rose water + 72% cacao dark chocolate

Keep this box of haut-chocolat in a cool, dry place until serving. Consume by listed expiration date. Shelf life: 6 months


*The wheat has been processed to allow this food to meet the Food and Drug Administration requirements for gluten-free foods.


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,




    Rose Oil

    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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