On Wednesday evening me and Carol had been invited by Fauchon to their presentation of the Bûche Noël that was held in the Bubble in the courtyard of the 5-star L’Hôtel de Du Collectionneur. First of all, how cool isn’t to be inside a bubble when it’s winter ? Funny to be “outside” yet inside a warm and cozy bubble, while trying the exquisite pastries and desserts from Fauchon. Looked like pieces of art, too pretty to be eaten….
Fauchon‘s Chef Pâtissier, Patrick Pailler, was also their, proudly presenting his masterpiece, the Bûche Noël 2014 (Yuletide log)…in fancy colours. Flavours ? Tahitian vanilla, passion fruit, mango and caramel-flavoured milk chocolate…perfect combination and a sparkling taste sensation :-) When I had an assiette with a portion of the Bûche Noël they informed me to begin with the white sphere, containing a crispy biscuit with 70% dark chocolate and a light milk and caramel mousse, a Tahitian vanilla-flavoured cream and a passion fruit compote….dreamy! The second sphere to eat was the redcoloured white chocolate filled with mango and passion fruit coulis…yummie! The third bubble, that I got with a stick in it, to have with my coffee was powdered with shimmering gold and filled with passion fruit caramel, delicious!
Fauchon – 26 Place de la Madeleine, 75008 Paris
Fauchon’s Bûche Noël 2014 from profile
Adorable Christmas hats /chapeaux de Noël
The Yuletide log looked like ball shaped candles
Fauchon’s Bûche Noël in a beautiful setting, inside the Collectionneur’s Bubble (la Bulle du Collectionneur)
Carol in action with her IPad
A kind pâtissier is preparing an assiette for me with a sample of the exquisite desserts…
And here, one portion of the Bûche Noël..mango and passion fruit coulis pouring out from the white chocolate sphere powdered in pink.
You could eat every part of it, even the “candlewick” which was crystalized sugar attached on whitechocolate…
Fauchon’s champagne with their signature pink and black motif
éclairs made by Fauchon for Hôtel du Collectionneur
My nails (painted with Chanels Rose Exuberant) matched the lampshades that were covered with pink rosepetals
The chef pâtissier, Patrick Pailler, proudly describing his Christmas desserts
The Bubble, where you also can have lunch and Afternoon Tea! Would love to return as I’ve heard they serve homebaked scones served with clotted cream (crème double), champagne from Moët & Hennessy and sweet treats from Fauchon !
Parisbreakfasts30 November 2014 at 10:53
It’s like being there all over again.
Beautiful pics…very dreamy.