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Michel Cluizel

Michel Cluizel has been making chocolate in the southern Normandy region of France to an exclusively high standard, in the French chocolate making tradition, since 1948. Whether you want this fine French chocolate for your own enjoyment or for making pastries and treats, Michel Cluizel's chocolates are among the best in quality and taste!
Chocosphere is delighted to bring fine Michel Cluizel Chocolate to you!

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  1. Michel Cluizel Michel Cluizel Los Ancones Square

    Michel Cluizel Los Ancones 50-Sq Bag - 250g

    $35.75

    Dark 67% cacao, Caribbean
    Michel Cluizel Los Ancones 50-Sq Bag. Chocosphere is pleased to offer a selection of Michel Cluizel's premium French chocolate in individually wrapped squares! These squares are of the same fine quality as the bars, but in nice bite sized portions to enjoy and share with friends. Bag of Los Ancones 67% Dark Chocolate Squares (5g each), 67% Cocoa Bittersweet from a single plantation on the Caribbean island of Santo Domingo. Net wt. 250g/8.8oz
    EU Bio, Not USDA Organic Learn More
  2. Michel Cluizel Single Plantation Ganaches Box - 305g

    Michel Cluizel Single Plantation Ganaches Box - 305g

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    Ganache-filled Chocolate Bon Bons made with 5 different Single Plantation chocolates.
    Michel Cluizel Single Plantation Ganaches Box. Contains 28 assorted dark chocolate pieces. The chocolate in these ganaches comes from five different cacao plantations (Mangaro / Madagascar, Maralumi / Papua New Guinea, Vila Gracinda / Sao Tome, Los Ancones / Dominican Republic, and Mokaya / Mexico). The dark chocolate from each plantation has its own distinct flavor notes that will make your palate tingle with pleasure. Net wt. 305g / 10.76oz. Learn More

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