Indulge your senses with Ghyslain’s Holiday Chocolate Sleeve Assortment, featuring imaginative, hand-painted chocolate shells filled with rich ganache infused with exotic flavors sourced from the finest ingredients.
The 7-count Sleeve Gift Box, beautifully presents an assortment of delectable gourmet chocolates from Ghyslain’s popular Signature, Truffle Harmonie and Holiday Collections in an elegant window box sleeve, tied with a seasonal ribbon. Flavor selections are randomly chosen.
Holiday Gourmet Chocolate Collection: French Vanilla Snowman, Caramel Pecan Tree, Blood Orange Caramel, Eggnog, Cognac Gingerbread and Pumpkin Spice.
Signature Collection: Amarena Cherry, Banana Foster, Caramel Toffee, Caramelized Hazelnut, Fleur de Sel, Coffee Lemon, French Vanilla, Hot Chili, Mint Julep, Kona Coffee, Pistachio Praline, Raspberry.
Truffle Harmonie Collection: Almond Amaretto, Patron Tequila Lime, Orange Grand Marnier, Champagne Cognac, Coconut Rum, Hazelnut Frangelico, Bourbon, Café Kahlua, American Honey, Irish Cream, Créme de Menthe, Raspberry Chambord.
Due to the delicate nature of this product, it’s recommend you store product in a cool, dry place. The proper environment for these chocolates is 65-70° F and low humidity. Storage in a refrigerator is not recommended.
An artist may express himself in many ways. For Ghyslain Maurais, it has been through chocolate and pastry. Born in Québec, Canada, Ghyslain found his culinary passion while working in the field to fund his architectural education. Soon after, he changed career paths and entered the Institue du Tourisme et d’Hotelerie du Québec.
Certified in French pastry, chocolate décor, candy making, blown/pulled sugar and bread making, Ghyslain has served as the head chef for the Quèbec Delegations in New York and London. His career includes experience as both a pastry and executive chef in first class restaurants and hotels.
While working at the Inn of Versailles in Ohio, Chef Ghyslain met his wife, Susan. Together they relocated to her hometown in Union City, Indiana to establish Ghyslain Chocolatier.