Dark chocolate praline with creamy dark chocolate mousse.
THE STORY BEHIND MANON NOIR
Smooth, airy praline fillings of the purest tradition. The rich fluffiness of the cream is captured in a thin crisp chocolate layer. Manon pralines are named after opera singer Suzanne Neuhaus, Jean’s daughter, who achieved fame for her role as Manon Lescaut in Jules Massenet’s celebrated opera.
With its subtle contrast of creamy, aerated dark chocolate in the middle and a crisp and intense chocolate coating, the Manon Noir is a parcel of joy for lovers of Belgian dark chocolate.
PRODUCTS WITH MANON NOIR
MADE IN BELGIUM
Ever since Jean Neuhaus Jr. invented the Belgian praline in 1912, all our chocolates have always been crafted with care in Belgium and it’s our firm commitment to keep it that way.
Every ingredient that goes into a Neuhaus product is carefully selected and always of 100% natural origin. All Neuhaus chocolates are non-GMO and palm oil free.
All our cacao is sustainably sourced cacao. We’ve invested in our own cacao farm in Ecuador to work directly with cacao farmers and ensure traceability and quality.