The spread of COVID-19 virus has turned into an unprecedented global health crisis.
Under these extraordinary circumstances, your safety and our employees’ is, and has always been, our priority. The most effective way to fight the virus is to reduce human contact and increase social distance. The every-hour stronger containment measures established by the different European Governments are direct proof of the above.
Today’s situation is such that, as other Corporations in our sector, we are obliged to set up drastic measures in order to protect you and face this challenge. As a consequence, starting March 18th 2020, we have decided to temporarily close all our stores until further notice.
We are certain that, together, we will overcome this global health crisis and we will very soon have the pleasure to welcome you again in our shops.
The Belgian Chocolate House Team
Few things in life are better than wine and chocolate. Together, these delicacies make for the ultimate culinary delight. A match made in heaven!
Craftsmanship at its best
In cooperation with celebrated wine connoisseur Sepideh Sedaghatnia and wine experts from Gault&Millau, Neuhaus’ Maîtres Chocolatiers created six pralines that go perfectly with a selection of red and white wines. They selected a range of surprising ingredients that complement the typical wine aromas and elevate your tasting experience.
The wine pairing collection consists of three pralines that enhance the typical fruity, floral and spicy aromas of semi-dry and dry white wines.
- Your taste buds will be spoiled with a glass of floral white wine and a praline made from crispy hazelnut praline paste, acacia honey, cardamom and milk chocolate.
- According to connoisseurs, dry white wine goes best with a praline made from Dulcey chocolate, a mix of pits and paprika powder.
- A firm white wine goes well with a praline made from almond praline paste, olive oil and salt.
Attention, chocolate lovers young and old! Discover Neuhaus’ tin Smurf case, twenty-four crunchy, Smurf shaped pralines filled with crackling milk chocolate, popping candy and cookie pieces, coated in a layer of artisanal Belgian milk chocolate. Delicious!
The Smurf box is a true collector’s item and the perfect gift for Belgian chocolate enthusiasts. The collection underlines the heritage of the Belgian chocolatier and adds significant value to its gifting offer that already consists of 85% of the product range.
From the 15th of September until the end of October, a Smurf statue of the iconic leader of the Smurfs, made by Neuhaus’ chocolatiers, will be displayed at Brussels Airport in Terminal A and Terminal B. The statues will definitely be worth checking out during your next visit.
A fair warning: the Smurf statues aren’t meant to be eaten! Gargamel & co. will have to satisfy their hunger with the Smurf box.
Summer has finally arrived, so ice cream is the perfect treat for the next months! Thanks to The Belgian Chocolate House you will be able to enjoy a diversity of delicious chocolate, ice cream and fruit combinations all summer long. Refreshing and enjoyable for everyone and at every moment.
Neuhaus Handcrafted Ice Cream: inspired by the authentic Belgian Les Irrésistibles pralines
Ice cream treats made from delicious ice cream or fresh and fruity sorbet, according to the original recipe of Belgian Les Irrésistibles pralines and coated in crunchy, handcrafted nougat. The Neuhaus Handcrafted Ice Cream range can be procured from The Belgian Chocolate House Antwerp.
- The ice cream version of the iconic Caprice praline: with Madagascan vanilla, artisanal nougatine and Belgian chocolate
- Chocolate ice cream based on the iconic Désir praline: intense and pure, made with Peruvian cocoa, artisanal nougatine and Belgian chocolate
- The iconic Séduction praline as an ice cream: refreshing and delicious, a combination of raspberry sorbet, artisanal nougatine and Belgian chocolate
The family story of Maison Dandoy
It was back in 1829 that great-great-great grandfather Jean-Baptiste opened the first Dandoy bakery in the heart of Brussels. One hundred and ninety years later, the Dandoy dynasty is an established favourite and still prospering. Jean-Baptiste taught the baking trade to his son, who passed it on to his daughter and her husband, and this precious craft has been passed on down through the generations ever since.
The importance of using fresh, natural ingredients
As a result of the strict rationing of flour stocks during the Second World War, Maison Dandoy was only able to make crunchy sweet rusks. These were turbulent times and it wasn’t always easy to keep going – and even after the war was over, it took another three years before Maison Dandoy was once again making all of the house specialities for which it was famous. Because only then were there ingredients available of a sufficiently good quality for the exacting standards of Maison Dandoy.
Neuhaus, inventor of the original Belgian chocolate, launches a new selection of five refreshing bonbons. With their playful appearance and delicious taste and texture, they will be everyone’s favourite this summer. Five cubes of happiness with a rich gianduja base, topped with an all-natural melange of white chocolate enriched with crunchy violets, fragrant mandarin and other delicate essences. These delicious cubes are available in a 10 piece box, perfect for “on the go” or in a 27 piece box for “sharing”.
Discover the 5 refreshing summer flavours at The Belgian Chocolate House
Warm pink, zesty green, vibrant orange … Nothing better to uplift the mood than a dash of natural colours. Allow yourself some precious me-time and treat yourself to one – or two – of these cheerful little marvels, carefully composed from first-rate ingredients by Neuhaus’ Maîtres Chocolatiers. All of a sudden relaxation takes on a whole different flavour.
Choose your favourite bonbon among these 5 delicious flavours:
- Bonbon Raspberry: Raspberry infused white chocolate & dark Gianduja with pecannuts
- Bonbon Lime: Lime infused white chocolate with lime & dark Gianduja with feuilletine
- Bonbon Mandarin: Mandarin infused white chocolate & milk Gianduja with sesame
- Bonbon Lemon: Lemon infused white chocolate & milk Gianduja with orange
- Bonbon Violet: Violet infused white chocolate & milk Gianduja
Available at The Belgian Chocolate House!
As the days get longer and the temperatures get warmer, we want freshness and tangy flavours. That’s why Leonidas, the famous Belgian master chocolatier, has created a unique collection of pralines with fruity and refined flavours.
Leonidas presents its new limited edition spring/summer collection
Leonidas chocolates are beautifully packaged in their happy and summery coloured boxes (16 or 22 pralines), the new Leonidas creations will delight all gourmands. The collection consists of an assortment of 4 different pralines with flavours as original as they are delicious: while dark chocolate reveals a blackcurrant cream, milk chocolate hides a peach cream. As for the white chocolate, it contains a surprising mix of strawberry and rhubarb. The last praline is also worth a visit: it is a subtle pink grapefruit cream covered with a hull of marbled milk chocolate.
Discover the Leonidas spring/summer collection in May at The Belgian Chocolate House.
Still looking for gift ideas for the upcoming Mother’s Day on May 12th? Spoil the special women in your life with some of the finest Belgian chocolates… From The Belgian Chocolate House of course! Our broad selection of the most delicious Belgian chocolates has something for everyone: the sweet milk chocolate lovers, the more intense dark chocolate enthusiasts, the creamy white chocolate amateurs… And even those who prefer delicious biscuits over tasty chocolates will find their happiness with us: our mouthwatering collections will make all moms happy this Mother’s Day!
Looking for a little something extra special? Then this selection might give you some great ideas.
Discover 7 interesting facts about chocolate that might surprise you!
White chocolate is not really chocolate
Yes, we’ve all been lied to. In order to be classified as real chocolate, a product has to contain cocoa solids or cocoa liquor. White “chocolate” contains cocoa butter instead.
A yearly children’s favourite: the big annual chocolate festival is back! Every Easter, the biggest Belgian chocolate brands compete with their creativity, and 2019 will be no exception!
Pierre Marcolini, the latest addition to the great Belgian chocolatiers, created a collection based on the heart, the emblematic theme of the House. Garnished with caramel or vanilla ganache, or pistachio or hazelnut praline, the Œufs Jolis Cœur or ‘Pretty Heart Eggs’ are decidedly irresistible, with their little coloured hearts. Also available are boxes with 12 or 30 small classic eggs, beautifully presented in a color gradient from dark chocolate to white.
At Neuhaus, we discover beautiful Spring colours in their floral collection. This limited edition presents a delightful colorful palette of chocolate eggs with scents of jasmine, violet, rose, lavender, and orange blossom. Both a visual and tasty delight!
Godiva has something for all ages and all budgets, with the famous Easter bunnies: one in milk chocolate with small eggs, and the other in real plush. This limited edition will make the little ones happy, with its bag containing small colored chocolate eggs. And, if you want to make an impression, Godiva has created a beautiful milk chocolate egg with small eggs inside. To protect it, it is housed in a strong transparent box.
Corné Port-Royal puts the Easter bunny in the spotlight, with a pretty yellow rabbit-shaped box that contains an assortment of small multicolored chocolate eggs. This year, they offer three new flavours: small milk chocolate eggs garnished with Guérande salt caramel, Brazilian praline, and a blueberry ganache coated with dark chocolate. These novelties can be found in their Easter suitcase with small eggs, a playful packaging with handles in the shape of rabbit ears.
Last but not least: Leonidas, the Belgian chocolate brand known around the world. Leonidas offers us a large egg-shaped canister that opens like a Russian doll. Inside it, you’ll find an assortment of 40 small eggs in dark, milk and white chocolate. A treat for the whole family, for all ages!