White chocolate taste – a dream to work with.
Creme dell’Artigia0 Bianca is a ready-to-use base for glazing and filling pastries.
With its lovely white chocolaty taste and soft, creamy texture, this crème is great for filling choux pastries, Italian crust pastries, tartlets and so much more. It’s also perfect for glazing cakes and pastries with a satin, white coating that remains soft and has a pleasant mouthfeel. Used as glazing, it keeps its perfect looks on your pastries during their shelf life and doesn’t run off.
You can also fill or cover desserts and pastries with Creme dell’Artigia0 Bianca, and immediately store them in the freezer for sell-out later on.
Creme dell’Artigia0 Bianca offers great convenience: just soften or heat up to ±30°C to achieve a perfect texture for piping or to ±40°C for a more runny glazing texture.
It has a long shelf life and only contains 0n-hydro fats.
Caramelly sweet taste of white chocolate with a silky smooth, creamy texture.
How to use
Just soften before piping or glazing.
Ready-to-go pastry glazing and filling with creamy, white texture.
Amaze with the most iconic white chocolate.
Recipe N° W2 is another one of Octaaf Callebaut’s original recipes that has grown into many chefs’ preferred chocolate. This chocolate is as Belgian as can be, since it’s predominately made with milk from cows grazing on Belgian pastures and sugar from locally grown sugar beets.
It has a delightful taste with pronounced milky, creamy, caramelly and vanilla notes that are in perfect balance. W2 can be paired with a wide range of ingredients and flavours: from sour to bitter, spices to herbs and from fruits to beers.
With its medium fluidity, this is a great all-round chocolate. Used in chocolate bars or hollow figures, it takes you by surprise with its lovely satin gloss and snappy texture. And fully rely on it to flavour mousses, crèmes, ice creams, drinks and sauces.
balanced – milky – creamy – vanilla hints
Black sesame seeds
To achieve a perfectly balanced and round taste, we blend cocoa beans from 3 different countries of origin: Ivory Coast, Ghana and Ecuador.