Galette des Rois is a traditional confectionery that can be eaten in France during the New Year, and is generally made by wrapping frangipane (almond cream) in puff pastry. There is only one "fève" (broad beans, now a ceramic doll) inside, and the person who was in the carved piece is said to be lucky to wear a crown and become a king (princess) that day. ..
The "Gallet des Rois Chocolat Citron" to be released this time is a filling wrapped in a pie crust mixed with chocolate. The filling consists of two layers: lemon-flavored frangipane cream and rich ganache with 70% dark chocolate from Ecuadorian cacao. The surface is decorated with lemon confit and lemon yellow powdered sugar, with roasted macadamia nuts as a fève inside. In addition to the crispy texture of the puff pastry, you can enjoy the rich aroma of cacao and the refreshing acidity of lemon.
In addition, some stores (Ginza store, Omotesando store, Shibuya store, Jiyugaoka store, Kichijoji store) will be offered as an eat-in menu from January 2nd to 25th. The price is 756 yen (tax included) per piece.