Glass indulges in the Pierre Hermé Paris Easter 2018 Collection

WITH Easter Sunday zooming up rapidly, the anticipation of a day indulging in chocolate is almos palpable. For many, a simple and generic store-bought egg awaits them on Easter morning. But for those with a taste for the luxurious, expert pâtissier and chocolatier Pierre Hermé Paris have launched an Easter Collection for 2018 that is simply not to be missed.

Oeuf Fragments Egg’s from the Pierre Hermé Paris Easter Collection 2018

Decadence is the key word here. The standout from the collection is the elegantly designed Oeuf Fragments Egg. Available in milk, dark or blond chocolate, the textures egg shells are artfully split to reveal a glistening gold inner. For those who feel Easter is a time for something a little more earthy, the François Pompon’s Rabbits & Hens collection is here to make your inner child flushed with joy.

The Pierre Hermé Paris François Pompon’s Rabbits & Hens collection

Inspired by the work of visionary 18th Century sculptor François Pompon, choose between a rabbit or a hen for a delightfully nostalgic taste of whimsy. If these options still aren’t quite what you seek this holiday, turn your attention to the Oeuf Infiniment Grand, a limited edition egg spectacular that combines artisan, hand-crafted quality with the finest Pure Origin dark chocolate from the Paineiras Plantation in Brazil. The result? A beautifully created lace chocolate egg, hiding a rather enormous 3kg supply of mini eggs within.

Oeuf Infiniment Grand


by Thomas Marrington

Pierre Hermé has two boutiques in London – in Covent Garden and Belgravia, as well as a concession in Selfridges and a macaron bar in L’Occitane’s new flagship store on Regent Street.

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