• Beer Chocolate

    more than 2% alcoholic content

    3,70 € incl. 10.00% Tax

    Product description

    Mountain Milk Chocolate filled with beer ganache
    For strong guys: Nicobar IPA is an India Pale Ale created from lemon hops by the small, multi-award-winning organic brewery Gusswerk in Salzburg using an old, traditional method. It comes in a chocolate ganache made from a caramel couverture, dark chocolate with a 70% cocoa content and a bit of hazelnut praline and is covered in mountain milk chocolate with a 50% cocoa content.

    Nicobar India Pale Ale was named after the only Austrian colony in the Indian Ocean, the Nicobar Islands (near Malaysia and Singapore). A long time ago, an Austrian fleet made its way there from the port of Triest, carrying an unusually strong type of alcohol, which has now been resurrected as Nicobar IPA. The Nicobar colony, by the way, was held by only 6 Austrians – and not for very long.

    Hand-scooped Chocolates
    70 g bar
    Shelf life: minimum 3 months from shipping date
     

    Ingredients

    Mountain Milk Chocolate° filled with beer ganache°(60%) – contains alcohol

    Ingredients: raw cane sugar°*, cocoa mass°*, cocoa butter°*, Nicobar India Pale Ale°(special beer - contains BARLEY MALT), FULL CREAM MILK POWDER°, caramelized MILK POWDER°(SKIMMED MILK POWDER°, sugar°), rice syrup°, beer brandy°, HAZELNUTS°, SKIMMED MILK POWDER°, whole cane sugar°*, emulsifier: SOY LECITHIN°, salt, hop powder°, vanilla powder°, cinnamon°, cardamom°, star anise°
    Cocoa (cocoa mass and cocoa butter): 50% minimum in the Mountain Milk Chocolate°

    *fair traded, fair trade content in total: 65%
    °from controlled organic cultivation

    Full cream milk powder by Bio vom Berg, organic alpine mountain farmers.

    May contain traces of all types of nuts, peanuts, eggs and sesame.

    Nutritional information

    Energy kcal 497kcal
    Energy  kJ 2063kJ
    Fat 32g
    of which saturates19g
    Carbohydrates40g
    of which sugar35g
    Protein6,4g
    Salt0,26g

     

    Average nutritional value per 100 g

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