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Does Vosges use truffle shells, because it is quite thick and the taste reminded me of Felchlin truffle shells?

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yes theydo....
Jeff:

You know for sure that they use *Felchlin* truffle shells? I know that Felchlin produces the chocolate Vosges sells for their 74% Dominican origin bars. Maybe they're using a one-shot machine?

:: Clay
actually clay I would be very surprised if they made their own shells. They are thick and there is a break away between the enrobing and the shell...so the shells are certainly filled.

for the price they charge they better use felchlin...but I suspect they are not....

I have no proof one way or the other, I only know they certainly a pre-made shell, filled, and then enrobed.
My thoughts exactly, Jeff...

Thank you for the replies.

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