- Contains 3 mini packages perfect for gift giving!
- Figs infused with dark chocolate and brandy
- NY Fancy Food Show: Best Confection 2006
- Size - 3 x 1.6 oz/47 g
Time and time again, Rabitos Royale Dark Chocolate Fig Bonbons are the Spanish treat we turn to when we're craving chocolate. But it's not just us - the greater La Tienda community loves them as much as we do. We are pleased to offer Rabitos Bonbons in a sampler pack containing 3 mini packages perfect for gift giving or party favors.
Each mini box contains 3 individually wrapped Rabitos Bonbons. If you love them like we do, you'll probably only give 2 boxes away and keep the last one for yourself!
Raquel and Señador Valero created this extraordinary treat while living among the fig trees of a small village in southwestern Spain. They select tender young figs from the neighboring groves and fill them with a mousse made of dark chocolate and a hint of brandy.
Each one is then hand dipped in even more rich dark chocolate! Finally each individual Rabito Bonbon is sealed in a foil envelope ensuring that they will always taste as fresh as the day they were made.
The rich dark chocolate and brandy filling nicely accents the delicate sweetness of the baby fig.
This culinary masterpiece earned the Best Confection in Show honor at the Fancy Food Show in New York – a truly deserved honor!
Dried fig, liquid cream, glucose syrup, brandy liquor, chocolate.
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Customer ReviewsAverage rating from 5 reviews Write a review
"Absolutely fantastic!! The chocolate mousse inside is fabulous and marries wonderfully with the dark chocolate exterior and the figs themselves. A winner in every way."
JAMES MILLER - ELGIN, TX - May 18, 2014
"My wife loved these so much that I never got to try them."
ALAN SYKES - Graham, NC - May 18, 2014
" A great gift. Were a hit with everyone."
Martha - Encino, California - Jan 6, 2013
"These are awesome. like figs and chocolate, think they wont go together? They do!"
Kim - troutdale, Oregon - Nov 28, 2012
"These are truly sublime. Go to Dictionary.com and read: "supreme or outstanding:" The best."
jjolis - Jan 22, 2010