Frequently Asked Questions

What are your opening hours?

Opening hours for the boutique:

Everyday from 9am to 5pm. (Closed December 25th and January 1st)

Wearing a mask is MANDATORY for ALL MEMBERS of the family aged 3 and over.

If you can’t wear a mask, go to our Boutique section here on the web to place your order. A contactless pickup service (by appointment) will be available. During our order confirmation call, mention it in order to schedule your appointment. The order will be placed in the trunk of your car, in order to  respect the distancing instructions at the time. Delivery also available, inquire during our confirmation call.

What types of chocolate do you have?

Our Pralines:

  • Ballotin: crème fraîche with hazelnut praline topped with coffee ganache (Milk or Dark);
  • Feuilletine: crispy praline (Milk or Truffle);
  • Fleur de Lys: hazelnut and almond praline (Milk or Dark);
  • Hearts: hazelnut praline (White, Milk or Dark);
  • Praline Bouchée: hazelnut praline with crème fraîche and crushed, caramelised nuts (Milk);
  • Star: crispy (puffed rice) hazelnut and almond praline (White, Milk or Dark).

Our Coffee Chocolates:

  • Ballotin: crème fraîche with hazelnut praline topped with coffee ganache (Milk or Dark);
  • Brasilian Coffee: coffee crème faîche with crushed, caramelized nuts (Milk);
  • Coffee Grains: Espresso ground and chocolate (White, Milk or Dark);
  • Irish Coffee: vanilla cream on whiskey coffee ganache (Milk);
  • Manon: crème café mocha with or without whole roasted hazelnuts (White). 

Our Truffles:

  • Amaretto: almond paste and Amaretto (granulated sugar);
  • Aztec: chocolate and spice (granulated sugar);
  • Caramel (toasted flaked almonds).
  • Feuilletine: crispy praline (unsweetened cocoa);
  • Maple (roasted pecans);
  • Marzipan and Rum: almond paste with Rum (toasted flakes almonds);
  • Nature: dark chocolate (sweet cocoa);
  • Pina Colada: almond paste and pineapple (coconut);
  • Strong: chocolate 70% cocoa (unsweetened cocoa);
  • Vanilla: chocolate and vanilla (powdered sugar).

Our Alcohol Chocolates:

  • Cherry: crushed cherry in chocolate mousse with kirsh (Dark);
  • Grand-Marnier (Milk or Dark); 
  • Irish Coffee: vanilla cream on whiskey coffee ganache (Milk);
  • Truffle Amaretto;
  • Truffle Rum Marzipan.

Our un-missables:

  • Bell: vanilla mousse (Milk or Dark);
  • Coconut (Milk)
  • Crème noire: dark chocolate mousse (White or Dark);
  • Maple: maple syrup cream (Milk or Dark);
  • Mouse: vanilla crème fraîche on marzipan (almond paste) (White). 
  • Sea salt fish (Milk or Dark);
  • Shapes in plain chocolate (White, Milk or Dark).

Our fruit chocolates:

  • Citronnettes: candied lemon peel coated in dark chocolate;
  • Cherry: crushed cherry in chocolate mousse with kirsh (Dark);
  • Orange mousse (Dark);
  • Orangettes: candied orange peel coated in dark chocolate;

Raspberry Mousse (Milk).

What are your Yule logs?

Piémontais

Hazelnut meringue and praline mousseline, chocolate mousse and sponge cake, covered with chocolate and almond glaze. 

  • 8″ : 40,25$ (± 7 servings)
  • 12″ : 55,00$ (± 10 servings)
  •  18″ : 80,00$ (± 16 servings)

 

Three Chocolates

Chocolate sponge cake, filled with light chocolate cream, covered with chocolate icing.

  • 8″ : 38,50$ (± 7 servings)
  • 12″ : 50,00$ (± 10 servings)
  • 18″ : 72,00$ (± 16 servings)

 

What is Maltitol?

Sugar derived from malt that doesn’t require insulin for the body to metabolize.

What are the prices for the Mini-Golf?

Open June to Thanksgiving (October)

What flavour of ice creams do you have?

Ice Creams

  • Banana Chocolate;
  • Berry;
  • Chocolate;
  • Chocolate Brownies and Nuts;
  • Chocolate Chip;
  • Choco-Mint;
  • Coffee;
  • Coffee and Chocolate Biscuits;
  • Cookie Dough;
  • Maple and Pecan;
  • Nougat and Almond;
  • Orange and bitter chocolate;
  • Pina Colada;
  • Pistachio;
  • Praline;
  • Sea Salt Caramel;
  • Strawberry Cheesecake;
  • Vanilla.

Sorbets

  • Cherry;
  • Cocoa;
  • Lemon;
  • Mango;
  • Pear;
  • Raspberry.

Our Soft Ice Creams are served from Spring to Fall

Why are there several “La Cabosse d’Or” in the world?

The name “La Cabosse d’Or” was created by Jean-Paul and Martine Crowin in 1986, in Belgique.

The master chocolateer who taught them the ancient Belgian methods of creating chocolate, and his apprentice who moved to Noumea, asked the Crowins if they could use the name.

That’s why there is a “La Cabosse d’Or” in Belgium, one in Nouvelle Calédonie, and here in Québec, Canada.

But the similarity ends with the name, because Jean-Paul and Martine adapted the three recipes they learned to satisfy the taste of Quebecors and have since created a range of more than 100 pralines, bars and more!