Product Questions And Answers
Q: It says they are pralines. Do these have whole nuts or large pieces of nuts, or are they ground up nuts? Thank you
A: Pralines from Belgium are also known as "(soft-center) Belgian chocolates", "Belgian chocolate fondants" and "chocolate bonbons" in English-speaking countries. Belgian chocolates (pralines) are not limited to the traditional praliné filling and often include nuts, marzipan, salted caramel, coffee, a spirit, cream liqueur, cherry or a chocolate blend that contrasts with the outer shell. Thus the Leonidas Liquors will not have nuts inside but rather different types of liquor (Passoa, Grand Marnier, Limoncello, Poire Williams, Curacao, Amaretto, Cointreau, Whiskey).
Q: Are they filled with real liquor? Actually has liquor in them? Not infused?
A: The Leonidas Liquors chocolates are filled with pure liquors, they are not flavored with them.
Q: Hi How many wrapped candies are in a pound? Thanks!
A: There are about 18 pieces per lb.