Ladurée‘s featured pastry for December is “la briochette praliné et or fin” (mini brioche with praliné and gold leaf).
This rich and buttery mini “brioche mousseline” is filled with old-fashioned praliné and topped with gold-leaf-covered toasted Piedmont hazelnuts.
It is the 12th and final dessert in Ladurée’s series of 150th anniversary pastries.
Ladurée was founded in Paris in 1862, when Louis-Ernest Ladurée opened his bakery on rue Royale (8th arr.). Following a fire in 1871, he reopened his store as a pastry shop. Today the company — most famous for inventing the double-sided macaron — has stores around the world.
La briochette praliné et or fin is available at Ladurée.
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