If you’ve never tried chocolate covered figs, you don’t know what you’re missing! Luxurious mousse is surrounded by the sweet, dense, and slightly textured flesh of premium figs, then enveloped in yet another layer of sumptuous chocolate. With several premium brands to choose from and a wide range of flavorful options, you’ll find everything from white, dark, and milk chocolate to ruby and salted caramel among our tempting lineup. For an excellent gift or luxurious self-indulgence, be sure to try our chocolate fig bonbons.
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About our Chocolate Covered Figs
Our Spanish chocolate covered figs are truly a one-of-a-kind dessert. Starting with tender, young figs from local groves each fruit is carefully filled with a tantalizing mixture of brandy-infused mousse then hand-dipped into even more luxurious dark chocolate to create these sensational chocolate covered figs. Individually wrapped and carefully packed so they will always taste as fresh as the day they were made you and everyone you know are sure to love these delightful fig bonbons!
An immediate success with all who try them, these chocolate covered figs have won no end of accolades and awards from around the world. Considered one of Food and Wine’s "Best Chocolate Gifts for the Holidays." They also received a shout-out from the queen of hosts herself, Martha Stewart joining her line up for "Best Food Gifts Under $50." Proud recipient of best confection at the New York Fancy Foods Show, everyone loves the luxurious characteristics of these special chocolates.
What is a Bonbon?
The term bonbon is thrown about rather loosely, and we suppose that’s because it has a rather loose definition. Bonbons most often manifest in the form of some small sweet confection covered in chocolate. While many use the term interchangeably with truffles, bonbons can be everything from chocolate covered fruits like our delightful Chocolate Fig Bonbons to a soft ganache filling piped into molded chocolate. Simply meaning "good good," in French bonbons were first created in the 17th century and were presented to the French royal court where they received their name. So whether it’s fruits, nuts, caramel, or creams if you’re unsure what to call it, you’re probably safe with bonbon.