Decorated by an embossed depiction of Lady Godiva, Lady Noir is as beautiful as it is delicious. A sweet, white chocolate ganache infused with a hint of Bourbon vanilla, which is coated in dark Belgian chocolate. One of Godiva's most popular creations, striking the perfect balance between bitter and sweet.
This classic chocolate truffle is both indulgent and sophisticated. A creamy milk chocolate mousse centre, covered in dark chocolate is rolled in soft cocoa powder to create a tongue-pleasing play on texture. The history of the Truffe Traditionelle dates all the way back to 1946 at the end of WWII, when Pierre Draps sought to bring back a taste of luxury and happiness to war-torn Belgium.
The Signature Milk was created in 1939 by Godiva's Maitre Chocolatier, Pierre Draps, in celebration of the release of the iconic movie Gone with the Wind. This intense coffee ganache, encased in delicious milk chocolate is decorated with a feather motif in homage to Scarlett O'Hara's signature feathered hat. Pierre Draps chose Robusta coffee from South America for his recipe because of its rich depth of flavour.
Coeur de Bruxelles
Available in white, milk or dark chocolate, the Coeur de Bruxelles, or "heart of Brussels", was one of Godiva founder Pierre Draps' first ever chocolate recipes. Sweet white and creamy milk chocolate pieces are filled with a smooth, rich hazelnut praline, while the dark chocolate piece is injected with a powerful dark chocolate ganache. A long-time Godiva favourite, the Coeur de Bruxelles symbolises Draps family's love of beautiful chocolate, and of course, their home city - Brussels.