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    Gift basket, Belgian beer with Belgian sweets

This exclusive Belgian gift basket contains a delicious Belgian beer from Mechelen and Belgian sweets such as pralines, truffles and cookies.

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An exclusive Belgian gift basket with Belgian goodies.

The gift consists of:

  • Gift basket
  • Gouden Carolus Classic 75 cl.
  • Jules Destrooper Almond bread 75 grams
  • Jules Destrooper Natural Butter Waffles 75 grams
  • The Belgian Cocoa Truffles Orange 200 grams
  • The Belgian Cocoa Truffles Milk Chocolate 200 grams
  • The Belgian Chocolate hearts with salted brownie
  • The Belgian Crème Brulée chocolate 60 grams
  • Lotus Biscoff Speculoos cookies filled with vanilla 150 grams
  • Lotus Biscoff Speculoos cookies filled with chocolate 150 grams
  • Lotus Biscoff Speculoos cookies filled with speculoos spread 150 grams
  • Côte d'Or bar Full of pure with whole nuts
  • Côte d'Or bar Praline Double lait
  • Côte d'Or bar Milk with nuts with whole nuts
  • Nougat Carlier 100 grams
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A wonderful giftbasket to say "Thank you" or e.g. "Congratulations", "Get well soon".

If certain products are no longer in stock, they will be replaced by equivalent products.

Gouden Carolus Classic has its origins in the rich Mechelen tradition. Every Belgian city had its breweries and its own city beer. This is how the people of Mechelen drank “den Mechelschen Bruynen”. Mechelen, capital of the Netherlands at that time, had its brewers' guild and the members stood on their honor as brewers to brew the best beer for the Emperor. An old Mechelen chronicle reports that this Great Imperial Beer, called “Gouden Carolus” after the gold coins of Emperor Charles, was mainly drunk during fox hunting “as it got both the riders and the horses into full fire and made them gallop so that the hunt was always went off in good spirits.” This “Great Keizersbier” is still brewed in the Mechelen brewery Het Anker. Dark, very balanced caramel and aromatic malts, in combination with a traditional top fermentation, create a unique beer that unites the warmth of wine and the freshness of beer. This makes it ideal in combination with culinary specialties such as stews, game, pates and even sabayon.
After having achieved previous prestigious awards, this beer was named the best dark beer in the world in 2012 (“World's Best Dark Ale”).

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