Galette des Rois is a traditional confectionery that can be eaten on January 6th, "Epiphany" in France. There is only one fève (broad beans, now a ceramic doll) in the candy, and the person who wins it is said to be lucky to wear a crown all day and become a king (princess). ..
The "Gallet des Rois Chocolat Franboise" to be released this time is a crispy puff pastry mixed with chocolate, with Frangipane cream flavored with Franboise, compote of Franboise, and dark chocolate with 70% cacao from Ecuador. It is packed with a three-layer filling of the used ganash.
Decorated with pink framboise powder, it contains roasted macadamia nuts as a "lucky fève". In addition, it seems that a crown and a fève of Lindor milk will be attached as a reservation privilege.