Truffle Flavors and Ingredients
The Current Flavors
Truffle Flavors Available at the Shop
Our inventory of flavors changes quickly, so we use twitter to help keep a daily running list. Some flavors sell out quickly! Here are the flavors of individual truffles available right now:Tweets about #truffles AND from:@IntrigueFlavors
And here are the flavors of truffle bars available right now:Tweets about #trufflebars AND from:@IntrigueFlavors
Belcolade - the real Belgian chocolate
For most of our conventional base we useBelcolade chocolate, which provides a nice foundation of rich chocolate to compliment the flavors we add. Belcolade sources their chocolate from around the world like most chocolate companies to create their blended product. Typically we make our truffles and truffle bars using a 70% dark chocolate (but always a 60% or higher dark chocolate).
We are proud to introduce our newest chocolate addition, Fortunato No.4 fromMarañón Chocolate. Fortunato No.4 is a Peruvian origin chocolate with a wonderful story of discovery and fair business practices to support the movement. Here's the short list:
The Allergen Information
You can see each truffle flavor listed in the document below for specific ingredients. While we are conscientious about cleaning thoroughly and often, you should gauge your own risk based upon your allergy sensitivity.
- Most of our truffles are made with cream (dairy milk).
- Most of the chocolate we use contains soy lecithin, except for the Fortunato No.4 and the cocoa powder.
- Many of the ingredients we use state that they are "processed in a facility with nuts, dairy milk, and soy".
- We do not use nuts in our kitchen, though we occasionally use a nut-infused liqueur.
- We do not use flour in our kitchen, though we occasionally use beer and bourbon.
- We do not use meat in our confections. Sorry, bacon lovers!
- If you have an unusual food allergy or any questions, please call us first: 206-829-8810