Ganache de Giverny 8-Piece Box
A beautiful box of hand painted chocolate truffles inspired by The Water-Lily Pond Monet painted in his garden at Giverny.
Claude Monet, who was considered the father of Impressionism, painted many landscapes from his garden at Giverny. He also enjoyed the fruits of his garden - from herbs and quinces, to melons and truffles. Monet was a gourmand who spent much of his income on fine foods.
- Ganache de Giverny - a rich, melt-in-your-mouth center made in the European tradition, this chocolate truffle is reminiscent of Monet's favorite food: Périgord truffles.