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Indulging in some chunks of treat

Fabelle is ringing in World Chocolate Day with an array of sinfulness.

Pramita Ghosh   |   Published 07.07.21, 02:02 AM

Fabelle is synonymous with exotic chocolates. And, World Chocolate Day definitely calls for a chunk of that treat. Some of the bestselling and new offerings include white, milk, dark, ruby, and dark milk varieties of chocolates. Fabelle offers the widest formats of chocolate creations ranging from entremets, truffles, moulded bars and more that are perfect as gifting options too.

“It has been a wonderful journey for Fabelle in Calcutta, established as an absolute favourite in the city, as we celebrate five glorious years. Fabelle presents a one of a kind immersive chocolate experience with exotic and unique ingredients and extraordinary craftsmanship of master chocolatiers that go in creating a symphony of exquisite tastes, textures and aromas which makes it one of the finest chocolate experiences in the world,” said Tejinder Singh area manager ITC Hotels East & Cluster general manager ITC Royal Bengal & ITC Sonar.

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You can place an order through ITC Store, Swiggy, Zomato, ITC Hotels app, EazyDiner and Amazon. Also for direct home deliveries from ITC Royal Bengal & ITC Sonar call 033 44464646.

The Telegraph picks

Newly launched Fabelle Signature Gianduja Torte is a heaven for chocolate lovers. The luxurious delight is a recreation of the Napoleon-era delicacy, the Gianduja Loaded, with thick and dense paste. This slow-baked layered cake has layers of milk chocolate-hazelnut crunch, 67 per cent Madagascar single origin creme and Gianduja whip. Extremely filling, keep enough room for dessert if you are opting for this. Rs 1,950

Dark chocolate lovers shouldn’t look beyond Fabelle Ganache made with Ghana and Ivory Coast chocolate, fresh cream and butter. Brownie points for no added sugar.

Like Fabelle Gianduja, this one too is satin smooth and melts in the mouth. Rs 975

If you are looking to indulge in an exotic and one-of-a-kind bar, try Fabelle Open Secret — Dark that has chopped crunchy almonds, pistachios, cranberries and blueberries garnished on top of each cube. From looks to taste — this one is irresistible. Rs 495

Beat the heat with a tall glass of thick, rich and dense textured Rocky Road Brownie Blitz that has the right balance of sweet. Kids will love it too. Enjoy cocoa and nibs with every sip. Rs 275

Fabelle Petite bar has a soft centre with hazelnut mousse oozing out with every bite. The velvety and creamy texture is #love. Rs 200

If you live by variety is the spice of life, try Fabelle Continents Dessert Collection that packs in yummy desserts from across five continents.

From the sweet Indian dessert Ras Malai, citrusy American Key Lime Pie to Cannoli from Italy, Australian Lamington, and Maracuja from Venezuela... they all come packed in the box. Rs 765

One of our fave picks is the sinful Fabelle Gianduja. These rich nutty and melt-in-the-mouth cubes made from creamy Ghana milk chocolate and infused with rich roasted Turkish hazelnuts are so addictive! Rs 945 for a 12 cubes.

A visit to Fabelle is incomplete without getting Fabelle Elements Reimagined back home. It is inspired by the five elements — water, earth, fire, air and space. What’s your pick? Rs 575

Celebrate the Indian in you with these brand new Fabelle India Dessert collection. A pack contains five pieces made of white chocolate shells with saffron, dark chocolate mousse and roasted pistachio inside. Inspired by Ras Malai, each piece is garnished with a delicate saffron strand for an indulgent experience. Rs 685

Celebrate the Indian in you with these brand new Fabelle India Dessert collection. A pack contains five pieces made of white chocolate shells with saffron, dark chocolate mousse and roasted pistachio inside. Inspired by Ras Malai, each piece is garnished with a delicate saffron strand for an indulgent experience. Rs 685



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