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Twelve bûches for a Christmas in nature and with winter flavors

October 22, 2021 |

Mountains, snow, pines, and driftwood are some of the themes of the Christmas creations that we collect in our traditional ranking.More info

A bûche lollipop and more sweets from yesteryear, updated by Dalloyau

October 8, 2021 |

This year, the pastry chef Jérémy del Val proposes a bonbon Noel, including an artistic advent calendar.More info

La Cazette, the evocative bûche with a nod to hazelnut by Michael Bartoccetti

December 22, 2020 |

The pastry chef at Le Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris shakes up the codes once again with this creative piece.More info

Yann Brys draws inspiration from the Christmas tree and winter forests for the Evok bûches collection

December 18, 2020 |

The MOF has designed five Christmas logs that vindicate the essentials, traditions, and symbols.More info

Vincent Guerlais’ Christmas log, straight from the North Pole

December 17, 2020 |

The French chef surprises this holiday season with visual and tasty creations.
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Twelve Christmas bûches for a poetic and magical Christmas

November 23, 2020 |

Our traditional Christmas ranking returns another year with proposals that awaken our most emotional side.More info

The Christmas “cracker” by La Maison du Chocolat

October 1, 2020 |

Nicolas Cloiseau’s collection is explosive, XXL, and has a lot of chocolate.More info

Bûche Applelina with apple, vanilla and caramel by Emmanuel Hamon

November 27, 2019

The Breton pastry chef and chocolatier, who has just opened as director of the ABA school, proposes a perfect Christmas creation for the cold months.More info

Yann Brys designs Evok’s impressive collection of bûches

November 25, 2019 |

The MOF has designed five pieces that faithfully reflect the identity of five of the group’s hotels: Nolinski, Brach, Sinner, Cour des Vosges, and Evok.More info

Bûche B (o) uche, the trickster Christmas bûche by Francisco Migoya

November 22, 2019

The chef has used a silicone mold in the form of lips to create this piece that invites you to kiss it.More info