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This is our take on the traditional pralines and cream. The praline, which was originally a French confection and a method for coating whole almonds in grained caramelized sugar, is named after 17th century diplomat César, duc de Choiseul, comte du Plessis-Praslin. The method shifted from almonds to pecans in New World in the late 1700s, especially in Louisiana, specifically in New Orleans. Back then, the confection was commonly sold by street vendors, Creole women, known as Pralinières. We honor the entrepreneurial spirit and legacy of these women with this decadent limited edition flavor.

Pralinière (NTWT 1 PINT)

Excluding Sales Tax
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