Maxtris Mix Flavoured Sugared Almonds – 1Kg
Each sugared almond contains a roasted almond centre. Then coated in a flavoured chocolate and covered in a thin layer of sugar.
This box contains (10 different flavours each has a diverse colour): Classic (Dark & White Chocolate), Cherry, Noir (Dark Chocolate), Strawberry, Nut, Gold (Milk Chocolate), Orange, Coconut, Lemon and Green Apple.
This box contains approx. 160 pieces per kg.
Maxtris Mix is a Gluten Free product.
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White Chocolate (44%) (Sugar, Whole Milk Powder, Cocoa Butter, Emulsifier: Soy Lecithin. Aroma Natural Vanilla), Sugar, Almond (18%), Dark Chocolate (8%) (Sugar, Cocoa Mass, Cocoa Butter. Emulsifier: Soy Lecithin. Aromas), Milk Chocolate (6%) (Sugar, Whole Milk Powder, Cocoa Butter, Cocoa Mass. Emulsifier: Soy Lecithin. Aroma Natural Vanilla), Maltodextrin, Milk chocolate with Gianduia Nut (0.8%) (Sugar, Hazelnut, Cocoa Butter, Whole Milk Powder, Cocoa Mass. Emulsifier: Soy Lecithin). Aromas: Cherry, Strawberry, Orange, Coconut, Lemon, Green Apple. Colouring: E171, E120, E151, E141, E150D, E101, E133, E160C. Coating Agents: Carnauba Wax (E903), Beeswax (E901).
This product is Gluten Free
Use this method for both DIY and Made For You
1kg box = 160 pieces (some 1 kg boxes vary in the number of pieces per box. Check product description tab for exact qty).
Note: 160 pieces makes 30-32 bomboniere with 5 pieces in each.
If you need to create 100 bomboniere use the following guide to work out how many kilos you need.
1). 100 (bomboniere) x 5 (pieces of confetti) = 500 (total pieces).
2). 500 / 160 = 3.125 boxes required.
3). Round this off to the next whole number, which is 4.
4). You now know you need to purchase 4 boxes to complete your bomboniere.
Remember to adjust the following according to your bomboniere:
a). Adjust the number of pieces in the kilo box (not all boxes have 160 pieces in them).
b). Adjust the number of bomboniere based on how many you need to create.
c). Adjust the number of pieces per bomboniere (you may not want to use 5).