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Pierre Herme, the Legend of Cakes

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Pierre Herme is the legend of Parisian confectionery realm, a pastry guru who has been awarded countless prizes of the world of patisseries. He is nicknamed the Picasso of Cakes. Cakes are his grand passion since the age of 14, which led to his being appointed the head pastry chef of Fauchon, the well-known Parisian gourmet shop at the tender age of 20. In 2001 he opened his first Paris shop; in keeping with the best traditions of French fashion houses, there are three separate collections on offer: Classics, the interpretation of the classic French pastry-work tradition; Collection which is presented twice a year, in March and September, and should be regarded as a manifestation of the sensations of the respective season via the medium of pastry, and Signatures, a compilation of the all-times best cakes ever created in the Collections series. M.Herme's little shop at 72 Rue Bonaparte reminds of a jewellery box, the show-window and shelves of which display... cakes. Needless to say, the design is as tempting as the taste.

72 Rue Bonaparte, 75006 Paris
Metro: Saint-Sulpice un Saint-Germain-des-Pres

185, rue de Vaugirard, 75015 Paris

www.pierreherme.com

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