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A fine composition of noble white and dark chocolate, Vinschgauer Marille with a hint of apricot schnapps symbolizes, in a sweet way the real Laaser marble cobblestone, a small significant landmark of our village.
Winner of the SMG-Marketing-Award-Audience Award and since then a popular ambassador of our country
> More information can be found under the heading "Description"
10 x Marble Cube Pralines
1 x real laaser Marmorquader
1 x Description booklet
Production in carefelly handmade
Free from artificial flavouring and preservatives
In high-quality packaging with an internal detailed quality and origin description
Weight: 130 g
You can find more on the quality under the heading Description
A handmade praline filled with a composition of Vinschgauer Marille, cream, a hint of apricot schnapps on a bed of semi-bitter and full milk chocolate coated with white chocolate reflects in a sweet way her meter-sized originals, but also the paving stones, also appreciated as a lucky charm with which the village centre is paved.
Like the secret of the white stone, the noble composition in the palate manifests itself. The white cube departs unobtrusively and dissolves in joy.
In many places in the world, monuments or buildings made of white lax marble are to be found. The lain marble cubes, covered with noble white chocolate, now symbolise the tradition of the Laaser Marmors as ambassadors and add one more, and indeed a particularly sweet taste, to the artistic and historical note. In addition, the cube contains some special features and surprises.
By opening the cube, the "entrance" in the marble studs is shown figuratively. The aim is to provide consumers with the gigantic performance in mind, how and under what circumstances the Laaser marble is still being won today. If all the flaps are open, the contents of the packaging are revealed. But the good leaves a little bit waiting for you. First of all, the consumer, which is based on the pleasure of a candy, takes on a quadratic information booklet adapted to the shape of the cube. On ten pages and in three languages, the leaflet with text and picture informs about the most important thing to say about the Marille, the chocolate praline and the Laaser Marble. The old marble tunnel, the unique marble railway, the vocational school for stone processing, the most important and best known monuments of Laas marble in the world.
Where marble is on it, marble should also be inside! A small, real marble cube made of Laaser marble, as well as the surface of the packaging cube, is the next step on the voyage of discovery into the still almost completely hidden inside of the cube. This sample stone, which is promoted by the consumer itself, is truly inviting to add another one to the imminent culinary sensory experience: the palpation and feeling of the real laaser Marmors. And it is quite a special feeling with the fingertips, the actually rough and yet snug, almost velvet-softly ground surface of the natural stone; to feel like the material still exudes a very own internal cold, which the rock has probably stored in millions of years and also has not been lost by the forcible removal by the human.
A natural product which, in the first moment and in the exterior, softens like cheese and yet, on closer inspection, turns out to be a very hard chunk of bread. Last but not least, the multifaceted use of the small marble stone slab must be mentioned. It serves as a presentation plate for the chocolate cube itself, but also finds a useful use for the most creative things in the household.
Now, the consumer has almost managed to break through to the ultimate goal of his desire. For the first position on marble pralines, there is only one small obstacle to overcome. It is an invitation sheet, the three of which exist in the packaging cube. The inlay sheets are small cardboard sheets printed in the colours of three of the most famous Laas marble varieties and bear the name of the respective variety: "Lasa Bianco Classico", "Lasa Bianco Cevedale" and "Lasa Bianco Vena Oro". The special thing here too: A square section, placed in the middle of the leaf and in the size of a marble praline, provides a first insight into the inner life of the "treasure chamber", the pralinentresor, which has already been opened step by step.
At last, all layers are removed and nothing more is denied access to the chocolates. In each case, they are located in two positions in front of the human-conscious person. Without knowing the exact ingredients, it only remains the description of the folder as information:
"Like a secret, the noble composition in the palate manifests itself and dissolves in joy."
Ingredients: Filling: White chocolate 27% (33% min.) Half-bittersch.13% (59% min.) Bittersch. 7% (65% min) Fruit spread Vinschgauer Marille (Marille 70%, sugar, lemon juice, apple pectin) cream, apricot schnapps, soy ezithin, coating: white chocolate 23% (33% min.).
Can be traces of nuts, almonds and other Gluten and Milk products. Light-protected, cool and dry.
Nutrition information per 100 g:
Fat: 36 g
Saturated fatty acids: 24 g
Carbohydrates: 47 g
of which sugars: 48 g
Protein: 4,7 g
Salt: 0,17 g
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