Dubai-based chocolatier now at London's Harrods

Forrey & Galland has an allocated space in the Chocolate Room at Harrods

Forrey & Galland at Harrods.
Forrey & Galland at Harrods.

Dubai-based chocolatier Forrey & Galland now has an allocated space at British store, Harrods, showcasing its handcrafted chocolate boxes.

The Forrey & Galland Harrods collection includes pastel coloured treasure chests, velvet boxes decorated with a bow or floral embellishments which either adorn the top or form the border of the box.

These will feature Forrey & Galland’s truffles and praline chocolates including praline milk chocolate, cinnamon praline, rice crispy dark chocolate, rice crispy milk chocolate, raspberry praline, nut truffle, marzipan truffle, rice crispy truffle, nougatine truffle, cinnamon truffle and marble truffle. chocolate chip, vanilla sable, and chocolate sable with almond cookies.

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The confectionary company is the second Dubai-based chocolatier to feature as part of Harrod's Chocolate Room, following Délice, which joined in 2014.

Forrey & Galland managing director Isabelle Jaouen said: "Harrods approached us to design an exclusive collection for them which is a true testament to all our hard work. We also had the honour of being invited to be part of their window display, an incredible highlight considering this is the first time in Harrods’ history that food brands were allowed to take up window space."

In addition, the brand is also looking to expand beyond the UAE. Jaouen said: "We are also due to open a second flagship boutique in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. We are so excited about this because it is an extraordinarily satisfying feeling to see something we have worked so hard on grow."

The flagship boutique is located in Dubai Mall and three other point of sales in the UAE - Dubai Festival City, Mercato Mall and Abu Dhabi Mall.

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