Easter will be very funky for Maison Dalloyau! To get it, just have a look at the chocolate and colorful creations the famous pastry brand unveils thanks to Jeremy Del Val. We must say Maison Dalloyau got us used to artistic collabs and Easter 2022 is no exception: the universe of scrumptiousness meets the artistic world again.
This time, Alice in Food is given pride of place. Behind this nickname stands Alice Roca, an ecology, food, art and design fan. Through this collab with Jeremy Del Val, discover a chocolate and bright color collection available in eco-friendly packages.
Enjoy large eggs, the "Totems" Arizona and Colorado. The first is made with 45% Cameroon fair trade milk chocolate, the second with 66% Cameroon fair trade dark chocolate. Both are filled with casts, weighing 400 grams, and cost €85.
4 mid-sized eggs also await: Savannah based on 34% Ivory Coast fair trade white chocolate, Virginia based on 45% Cameroon fair trade milk chocolate, Nevada based on 66% Cameroon fair trade dark chocolate, and Memphis, an exclusivity for Galeries Lafayette based on 45% Cameroon fair trade milk chocolate. All four creations cost €49, weighing 340 grams and filled with chocolate casts.
And for moderate foodies, enjoy a box of three mini 120-gr eggs, a milk chocolate one, a white chocolate one, and a dark chocolate one, all of them filled with chocolate casts. Allow €42.90 for the box.
Furthermore, an uncommon 200-gram chocolate egg by Dalloyau expects you at the Samaritaine: "Jeans", a trompe-l'oeil recreating this iconic piece from our closets with natural food dye based on spirulina. It is based on strong chocolate with delicate notes of spices and tannins, available at €55.
Dates and Opening Time
Starts 1 April 2022
Salon de thé Dalloyau
101, Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
75008 Paris 8
M°9 - Saint-Philippe du Roule
€42.9 - €85