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Marcolini chocolatier opens in Monaco

After opening thirty boutiques throughout the world, the famous Chocolatier Pierre Marcolini, moved to Monaco on the Boulevard des Moulins.

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Pierre Marcolini’s commitment in chocolate is total. The belgian chocolatier is internationally renowned and world Champion in pastry, seeking the best “crus”, the best cocoa beans. Marcolini travels the globe to meet himself the farmers. He still offers them a higher price than the market price “to secure the market.”

The Belgian Pierre Marcolini, opened his first store in Brussels in 1995. A decade later, he inaugurated outlets in Paris, London, New York and Kuwait as well as several in Tokyo and numerous ones in Belgium. Pierre Marcoloni is one of the rare chocolatiers roasting his own cocoa beans. For the search of quality and excellence, its artisans and himself are present at all stages of the processing, from the selection of the bean to the creation of chocolates “haute couture”. The secret is the fantastic creativity displayed by this master chocolatier. In his chocolates you can find unusual fruit, such as apple, pear, blackcurrent and melon and also rare ingredients for chocolate such as pepper, chestnut, tonka beans and even patchouli, sandalwood and oak.

Bombons de chocolat, carré, macarons, these are real avant-garde creations, exquisite and refined products.

Henry Borzi

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