Celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the beginning of the Jewish New Year (5775) starting on Thursday September 25th with a fine French gourmet gift. Dressed for the occasion, this Sapphire box's lid is delicately inlayed with the Hebrew inscription: 'Shanah Tovah' and reveals, when opened, the image of an apple and honey – symbol of wishes for a sweet year 5775. Laden with our 15 favorite recipes, this box is sure to please friends, family and clients.
USD 99.75 - 4.25 X 6.26 X 1.5 in
Share the magic with any chocolate-lover as they open into our traditional 15-piece assortment with luscious pralines, subtle ganaches, solid chocolate and creamy caramels, completed by 3 of our famous Z chocolates: a combination of a crunchy praliné with sweet and salty caramel. Feel free to change this default assortment or even handpick each chocolate individually if your recipient has their own preferred variety. If your recipient enjoys this assortment, it is refillable with our Single Pack Refill.
This handsome case can be personalized with a remarkable 25-character diamond-engraving of your choice on a brass plate carefully mounted to the box. Accompany your gift with a personal greeting card which can also be instantly customized with one of our suggested themed images, a personal photo or corporate logo. To make this gift your recipients' own, you also have the possibility of attaching an elegant carved and polished mahogany wooden accessory from our library to the gift pouch accompanying the box.
Finalize this gift with our elegant black wrapping paper ornamented with a white satin ribbon and a wax zChocolat logo seal. You may replace the Z logo and customize the wax seal clasping your gift with your recipient's initials. This mahogany box comes enclosed within a soft woolen black drawstring pouch marked with an embroidered Z on a fitted external pocket to hold your personal message card and chocolate booklet. Lastly, our complimentary summer packaging will be automatically effective within destination countries reaching temperatures above 20°C (67°F).