Pistachio and Raspberry Saint-Honoré by Mori Yoshida

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It is difficult to grow tired of a classic as delightful as the Saint-Honoré, especially given all the variations of this dessert which can be found today. Unlike Philippe Conticini from la Pâtisserie des Rêves, Mori Yoshida opted to maintain the traditional shape of the Saint-Honoré, of which he offers a pistachio and raspberry flavored version. We obtained one in his beautiful – and resolutely contemporary – shop, and we examine it with our usual rigor. Continue reading “Pistachio and Raspberry Saint-Honoré by Mori Yoshida”

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Kashmir by Des Gâteaux et Du Pain

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After having experienced the bakery cum pastry shop Des Gâteaux & Du Pain’s Japanese inspired Gyokuro, we continue with Asian flavors with the shop’s Kashmir dessert. With its name and flavors, this pastry, created by Claire Damon, evokes India and its saffron fields. With such a promising décor, what else can we do but recline back and nonchalantly taste this dessert? Continue reading “Kashmir by Des Gâteaux et Du Pain”

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Gyokuro by Pain de Sucre

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Since a few years ago, Japanese flavours are having a growing influence on western sweets. Our casual interest in Japonism made ​​us choose in the parisian pastry shop Pain de Sucre a cake called Gyokuro for an audition by the Cake justice department. Minimalist in appearance, yet varied in flavors and textures, this dessert is precisely dissected by Robescake and we’re sharing with you our review. Continue reading “Gyokuro by Pain de Sucre”

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