Perfecting Lindt Chocolate Creations Through Selecting Best Ingredients
After premium cocoa beans are transformed into the perfect quality of chocolate, the LINDT Maîtres Chocolatiers carefully select other premium ingredients from specially chosen regions from around the world that will complete their creations of fine melting LINDT chocolate. For instance, hazelnuts from the renowned nut region of Piedmont and the black-sea region of Turkey; sun-matured almonds from California – all are selected according to the high LINDT quality standards.
The LINDT Maîtres Chocolatiers demand only the freshest harvests, paying strict attention to the best storage conditions and careful treatment to preserve the perfect quality. For example hazelnuts and almonds are roasted in LINDT plants to ensure they are freshly inserted into the final product, safeguarding the delicious fresh roasting aromas.
The LINDT Maîtres Chocolatiers believe in traditional confectionary techniques while also developing many new process innovations to enhance their production of unique chocolate delights. They have their own production of confectionary nougat which is made in accordance with traditional methods involving copper boilers, over an open fire, where the sugar caramelizes until it achieves their high standards of consistency and texture.
For milk treatment, a special roller drying method is applied by our defined suppliers. It contributes to the unique caramelized full flavor note of the famous LINDT milk chocolate.
The LINDT Maîtres Chocolatiers are dedicated to ensuring every ingredient, which is part of the chocolate creation process, results in a discernible difference to the LINDT consumer.
Driven by their passion, dedication and innovative spirit since 1845, the LINDT Maîtres Chocolatiers create the ultimate LINDT chocolate delights.
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