This year, for Easter 2020, Meilleur Ouvrier de France Chocolatier and La Maison du Chocolat chocolate-maker Nicolas Cloiseau takes us onboard for extraordinary travels.
This year again, the chef takes us to lovely places. This time, we'll set sail for the southern seas to discover the finest cocoas: Grenada, Ghana, Vietnam, to awaken our senses.
Moving on to the look, the chef decided to return to his childhood years with chickens and chicks traveling on the sea. Playful and steampunk-cartoon-like creations, we love. And let's not forget it, Easter is first and foremost a family holiday.
On the menu:
The Vaisseau Oeuf Extraordinaire: we have a magnificient fish-shaped submarine, a rusty chocolate ship, cracked and patched up laying on a reef with chicks on board. Entirely made by hand, it's based on dark, milk and ivory chocolate. Gigantic egg including a reef of eleven pierced eggs, a chick and two hens, a framework, screws, slabs, taps and pipes made of chocolate.
€1400 for the gigantic 7-kg egg, limited edition. L 75cm x l 30cm x h75cm
The Scaphandre de Pâques: isn't this chick in a diving suit so cute? A treasure likely to delight children and adults.
€130 the 560g piece. L 20cm x l 16cm x h 24cm
The Poussin Hublot: no good captain without a good crew. We have lovely chick eggs with different origins.
€34 the 135g piece. L 12cm x l 8cm x h 5cm
Divine chocolates and magnificent creations, it's definitely the signature of La Maison du Chocolate chocolate-maker!
To find out more, read the guides below:
From 12 March 2020 to 12 April 2020
La Maison du Chocolat
8 boulevard de la Madeleine 75009 Paris
Poussin Hublot: 35 €
Scaphandre de Pâques: 130 €
Oeuf vaisseau: 1400 €