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Brussels is known for its beer, mussels, frites, and chocolate. One of the most famous Belgian chocolatiers is Neuhaus and Brussels Airlines is reintroducing its partnership to serve business class passengers chocolate in flight and to give them a small box as a gift to take home.
On the ground, Brussels Airlines’ lounge called “The Loft,” features live chocolate-making demonstrations. Master chocolatier, Eric Lauwers, introduced a new praline for the lounge this past February. The exclusive praline is a white chocolate covered manon, filled with fresh cream and coffee.
Brussels Airlines and Neuhaus will help over 700,000 travelers a year discover delicious Belgian chocolate. The two companies have been partners since 2003 (with the exception of a three-year hiatus during the pandemic). Business Class passengers will soon see the return of a luxurious gift box filled with 12 pieces of dark, white, and milk chocolate.
(Photo Credits: Brussels Airlines.)
Anthony’s Take: Neuhaus makes great chocolate and I remember having them onboard a Brussels Airlines’ flight years ago. It’s nice that this partnership is restarting and that the carrier is featuring the Belgian chocolatier.
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