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What You'll Get
Chocolate is one of the most romantic things to find in a box, second only to the person who lives in your alley just to see you every day. Show your devotion with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $19 for $40 worth of truffles, macarons, and pate de fruits, also known as gel fruit
- $39 for $90 worth of truffles, macarons, and pate de fruits
All-natural truffles come in cappuccino, champagne, or chocolate flavors ($34–$36). Macarons come in assorted fruit flavors, classic chocolate and vanilla, and such unique tastes as licorice, poppy, and yusu. Pate de fruits–also known as gel fruits–are available in a range of fruit flavors, including raspberry, lemon, and chocolate strawberry ($25–$28).
Pavillon Ledoyen Paris
More than 250 years ago, Pierre-Michel Ledoyen began making his own macarons, spirits, and other delicacies in a small inn, where cattle grazed sleepily outside. In the centuries that have followed, chefs at Pavillon Ledoyen Paris have had ample time to perfect the recipes for balsamic vinegar, foie gras, and chocolate truffles. Macarons fill glass cases, their colorful flavors ranging from vanilla and pistachio to metallic-hued licorice or poppy.
Because its items are highly giftable, the staff at Pavillon takes great care to arrange them in elegant packaging. Gift boxes emblazoned with damask prints and the Eiffel Tower may contain such samplings as pâte de fruits, caramels, and complementary bottles of wine.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 20, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per order. Valid online only. Valid only for option purchased. Voucher may only be used towards truffles, macarons, and gel fruit. Must use promotional value in 1 order. Extra fee for shipping; Groupon may be used toward shipping. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Felix Potin Paris
Felix Potin Paris can trace its history back to 1844, when founder Félix Potin opened his first chocolate shop at the age of 24 in Paris. His sweets empire steadily grew throughout the years while Potin’s chocolatiers perfected their craft in kind. More than a hundred years later, Felix Potin Paris still crafts rich single-origin chocolate truffles that incorporate extra-dark chocolate, pralines, and buttery salted caramel. The Black Collection integrates different creative flavors into its truffle repertoire, stashing salty toffee chips or candied orange peels inside each cocoa-dusted sphere. Staff members at Felix Potin Paris also craft four different flavors of tender fruit gels, coating them in dark chocolate or fine sugar.