Dacquoise|17th-century French court classic dessert
Dacquoise was founded in the 17th century in France where it was a classic pastry within the palace. The name originates from the town Dax located in the southwest of France which is a famous hot spring village. In the process of making a dacquoise, powdered sugar will be sprinkled on the surface before it is baked in the oven. The high temperature will therefore generate the beautiful particles on the biscuit surface like many little pearls and so in Japan people also call dacquoise a “Plate of Pearls”
LOVEVER’s dacquoise uses a large amount of almond powder and you can tell the flavor is very rich once you bite through our biscuit base. Very crunchy on the outside and tender soft on the inside. With our variety of flavors, your taste buds will be surprised.