Mastering The Finishing Step Of Lindt Chocolate Creations
The LINDT Maîtres Chocolatiers know that the presentation and visual appeal of their chocolate creations is almost as important as the experience itself. Visual beauty of chocolate does not come by accident. The LINDT Maîtres Chocolatiers have been dedicated to the knowledge and skills of how to perfect chocolate appeal over generations.
The finishing step in chocolate creation is known as “tempering”. The LINDT Maîtres Chocolatiers have perfected the knowledge to temper chocolate over generations. It is the process of crystallizing the liquid chocolate by cooling it down to the right temperature for an exact period of time. This process assures the appetizing, glossy finish and the unique snap one hears when breaking the LINDT chocolates - in all the varieties that the LINDT Maîtres Chocolatiers constantly reinvent.
The final steps of decoration are carried out with unfailing commitment to detail. The LINDT Maîtres Chocolatiers decorate their chocolate masterpieces with care, some of them even by hand, and adorn them with perfectly roasted nuts and almonds or enrobe their exquisite fillings with the finest LINDT chocolate. They polish the coat of the LINDT GOLD BUNNY - before endowing him with a red ribbon, caring for beautiful presentation. Specially chosen packaging protects the chocolate so that the mouthwatering flavors, and the taste and texture of LINDT chocolates, are well maintained and preserved.
Chocolate is an exquisite experience for all the senses…and when done well, you should be able to “taste it even with your eyes¨!
Driven by their passion, dedication and innovative spirit since 1845, the LINDT Maîtres Chocolatiers create the ultimate LINDT chocolate delights.
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