Café-Tasse is the reflection of an art of living, the gourmet’s luxury, the chocolate for the connoisseurs. Café-Tasse crosses borders and times with elegance. Café-Tasse is destined to the amateur curious to discover new horizons through our chocolates.
Simple and nature-friendly packagings. It all started with Kraft paper, the essence of our brand. Wood, natural cord, jute and our elegant cotton ribbon stamped with the Café-Tasse logo which perfectly finishes our gift boxes, and chocolate crystal bags. Nothing is left unfinished, everything is carefully thought out and handled by the hands of our specialized craftsmen.
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Café-Tasse travels across the world, searching for new ingredients which will provide the chocolate lover with a very special taste. Our ingredients are selected carefully among the best on the market. Our aromas are always natural. Café-Tasse pays a tribute to its chocolate by adding tasty inclusions and natural flavors without altering the essence of its chocolate. Tradition and authenticity are our priority.
A chocolate recipe which is unique to the brand. Made with the best cocoa beans, gathered from Africa and South America…pure cocoa butter, a dark chocolate with a minimum of 60% cocoa solids which melts smoothly in your mouth. We are working with artisan chocolate makers who pass on their passion for chocolate and their know-how to the younger generations.
All these pretty wooden boxes, the colorful hat boxes, the little something which makes a Café-Tasse chocolate gift unique.
A design which makes you want to keep it to yourself but which also makes you proud to offer it as a gift.
From The small chocolate cups filled with smooth salted caramel to the magnificent “Grand Place” box which brings us back to the belgian origins of our chocolate pralines. Café-Tasse gives you happiness with the simple pleasure of sharing.
Dark Chocolate 60% cocoa filled with an almond praliné and a Yuzu marmelade. Yuzu is a Japanese citrus fruit, a cross between a lime, a grapefruit and a tangerine