Booja Booja - Organic Fine De Champagne Chocolate Truffles, 92gBrand - Booja Booja
These delectable award-winning Fine De Champagne vegan truffles are nothing short of an explosion of pleasure. Delicious and organic, they are a perfect indulgent gift.
- Premium Organic Vegan Truffles
- Certified Gluten-Free
- Dairy-Free & Wheat-Free
- Handmade in Norfolk
- Contains Alcohol
- Exquisite dessert that makes the perfect present
A truly scrumptious ganache made with a divine combination of heavenly dark chocolate and Fine de Champagne. These beautiful truffles are an ideal indulgent gift or a special luxurious treat just for you.
Made with organic ingredients and dusted with fine cocoa powder, these gorgeous handmade truffles are to die for.
Booja Booja was founded in 1999 and has grown steadily ever since. When they first launched, they were one of the few businesses that could live up to a vegan’s dream. Soon after winning multiple awards, they grew and so did their vegan following.
It is an independently owned business and continues to grow steadily year by year. They manufacture all their products from their base in Norfolk in the UK.
Chocolate* (Cocoa Mass*, Cane Sugar*, Cocoa Butter*, Vanilla Powder*) Coconut oil*, Fine de Champagne* 5%, Agave Syrup* Cocoa Powder*
Chocolate: minimum Cocoa solids* 55%
*Produced to organic standards
May contain traces of Nuts.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is A Chocolate Truffle?
A chocolate truffle is traditionally a chocolate filled with a ganache, coated in chocolate. It can also be coated in cocoa powder, coconut, or chopped and toasted nuts. Usually almonds or hazelnuts are used. They are often round or come in a curved shape. Their name comes from the edible fungi.
There are several varieties of chocolate truffles. The American version is a combination of dark or milk chocolate mixed in with butterfat. The European truffle is made with a syrup plus a mixture of cocoa powder and milk fats.
The Spanish create a medley of dark chocolate, condensed milk and a liqueur (usually rum). The French truffle is made with fresh cream and rolled in cocoa. But the Swiss prefer to combine melted chocolate with cream and butter.
I recently gifted these champagne truffles to a friend and they loved them!! Something a bit different, not just like a boring box of chocolates!