French Easter Eggs – Would you crack and eat?

Taken from :
Madame Figaro

1. LeNôtre

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Limited Edition By Guy Krenzer – 75% cocoa, raw dark chocolate from Tanzania

2. La Manufacture de Chocolat de Alain Ducasse

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Turned and sculpted in dark and milk chocolate by Pierre Tachon for La Manufacture de chocolat.

3. Hugo & Victor

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Egg- “the Stork and the Fox”, hommage to the fables of La Fontaine, in milk chocolate from Ghana and dark chocolate from Tanzania and Vénézuela.
http://www.hugovictor.com

4. Jadis et Gourmande

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Graffiti Egg in milk chocolate on a dark chocolate base – 72% cocoa
http://www.jadisetgourmande.fr

5. Shangri-La Hotel

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Limited Edition – Toy Egg by François Perret, pastry chef of Shangri-La Hôtel, in Carupano dark chocolate, 70% cocoa
http://www.shangri-la.com

6. Henri Le Roux

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67 € l’œuf de 18 cm
Egg “Spin-drifts” from Henri Le Roux, 67% cocoa, sea salt, posed on a base in caramelized chocolate-covered almond nuts
http://www.chocolatleroux.com

7. A La Mere de Famille

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Egg Head by Julien Merceron, pastry chef at À la Mère de Famille. Creation in milk chocolate 36% et dark chocolate 68% of cocoa.
http://www.lameredefamille.com

8. Pierre Hermè

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Supreme Egg by Pierre Hermé : a hommage to Swiss artist Beat Zoderer. Creation in dark chocolate from Brazil, edited in 15 copies.

9. Fauchon

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Limited Edition,
“Egg Peacock” inspired by the paintings of Douanier Rousseau, in dark chocolate 70% cocoa from Venezuela.
http://www.fauchon.com

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