What is French chocolate
According to some chocolatiers french chocolate is mostly dark chocolates crafted with a goal of perfect flavor. They are available all over France and across the French capital. It seems as every quarter has an intimate chocolate shops, some tending to the classical, some to the strange deliciously eatable jewels. It all has remarkable level of quality and variety! This is what distinguishes French chocolatiers creations from other!
More about French chocolate
A French master chocolatier is Jean Paul Hevin. First, and the most important is the quality of chocolate. The supply of truly superb chocolate is limited on world markets and is accessible only to chocolatiers who know where and what to buy and who have enduring relationships with suppliers as like in many other fine-food commodities.
After buying the best supplies, leads the knowledge of how to blend variously sourced chocolates with differing cacao content to create gastronomic satisfaction. A very good fact is that quality chocolates high in cocoa content are lower in fat, thus it is possible to enjoy fine chocolates in moderation without any worries about the waistline. French chocolate is much low-fat chocolate than Belgian or Swiss chololate which most often is milk chocolate.
Benefits of French chocolate
The third part is chocolates relationship with the fillings or the toppings. The tasting of French chocolatiers creations are very important – you can get many different experiences of tasting delicious chocolates and not to feel like eating half of the box.
If you do not like dark chocolate you can also find and enjoy very delicious milk or “light” chocolates and surprisingly flavorful white chocolates!