You can almost see the bubbles and hear the cork pop. Elegance and luxury come to mind with a crisp burst of effervescence on the tongue and a smooth, crisp finish. These truffles add sophistication to the everyday or that special event.
A European confectioner mixed chocolate and heavy cream together to form ganache - a thick, creamy mass that was the center of a truffle. The ganache or center was then shaped into small spheres, dipped in chocolate, and then rolled in cocoa powder on a wire rack. These chocolates looked much like the fungus. Because of their similar appearance, rarity, and the status they share as delicacies, these confections became known as truffles.
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